Eatology is a diet program that was created to mimic the paleo diets of our ancestors. This includes eating a variety of fruits, vegetables, lean meats and seafood. Research has shown that a paleo diet can significantly reduce degenerative diseases and provide balanced energy throughout the day.
The Eatology diet is defined as a “lifestyle” not a diet and provides 80 percent of the foods a person should be eating while trying to lose weight and build muscle mass.
When a meal “block” is ordered, it consists of food for 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 5 dinners.
There is then a snack list included that allows for snacks throughout the day as well as suggested zone meals to be eaten the other two days of the week.
The meals come in two different sizes. There is a 2-block meal for women as well as a 3-block meal for men. This simply provides men with more protein, carbohydrates and fat. All of the meals are created on the basis of a balanced ratio of those three items. The company also prides themselves on offering gluten-free meals and the items have no preservatives and no refined sugars. The focus is on lean means and low glycemic carbs.
There are over 450 different entrée options. Each week, a new set of meals are prepared and sent out to the customer. This allows a variety of foods to be sent, ensuring people do not get bored with eating the same foods over and over again. This diet is also able to cater to food allergies and welcomes people to send in new food ideas.
The Rise ‘n Dine breakfasts include such items as eggs benedict and olive frittata while the Lunch Box lunches include items including fish ceviche and Roman chicken. The Dinner Table is dinner items with protein and starch, such as eggplant lasagna or bacon cheddar meatloaf with mashed potatoes. Testimonials written from past and current customers of the program have raved about how flavorful and filling the food is.
The meals are sent out on a weekly basis. This allows all of the food to be sent as fresh as possible. It is all packed in dry ice and ready to go into the freezer. The meals can be microwaved or placed in the oven for preparation each week. Customers are not committed to recurring billing. They can order by the week or by the month and stop at any time they choose. Even if a person orders food by the month, it is still shipped on a weekly basis.
Along with the food is free nutritional training. This is support to ensure everyone is capable of meeting all of their goals. Eatology feels that communication is key. They offer phone and text support at all hours of the day to allow people to voice their concerns and obtain assistance whenever they feel they have hit a wall. The program also encourages the use of food logs. Those who keep food logs are more likely to maintain the weight loss and the logs will be reviewed by the program nutritionists when sent in. All customers are given an email address to send their food logs into for review.
In addition to the packaged meals and the nutritional training, there is also the suggestion to “sweat” once a day. They do not have a specific workout plan but encourage everyone to do cardio or something each and every day to get their heart rate up.
Instead of issuing Eatology Coupons, the company provides nationwide shipping for just $15. This can be as much as $50 for other national diet meal services, depending on where you live in the country.
A Good Value
I ordered the 5 Large Lunch and Dinner Meals for $51 without using a Eatology Coupon. The thought the price per meal was a little better than other diet services. The food was good, and I certainly didn’t feel like I was eating diet food.