Mail order meals

(anonymous187) #1

Wondering if anyone here has used one of those mail order meals? Sun basket looks like they have a gluten-free and paleo option that may fit into the keto lifestyle.

(G. Andrew Duthie) #2

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with doing it, if you can verify that the ingredients are in keeping with your goals, and you like the convenience and are willing to pay a premium for it.

For myself, while I do a LOT of online shopping, and certainly purchase plenty of dry goods on Amazon, etc., I prefer to get most anything produce-related in a store where I can see it and examine it.

I’ve made a few exceptions, including ordering some steaks and bacon from a place that sells only grass-fed beef (shipped in a cooler packed with ice packs), and they were fine. But for the most part, we just keep a stocked kitchen for the stuff we might need (seasonings, etc.) and purchase other stuff as we need it.


I recently tried several products from Quest Keto and the Real Good Pizza Company and I was happy with the ingredients, taste and macronutrient profiles, but they are far too expensive for me to use regularly.

The Adapt Your Life products were also very good, well they were too good because I ate the entire box… twice.