Nutritious Foods

Nutritious Foods: All Types of Entrees

Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Asian, Italian and Southwestern. Low-carb, pre-workout and post-workout. With over 100 menu items you are sure to find a combination of foods that you’ll love. A full suite of menu items means that you’ll forget you’re dieting and actually doing good things for your body without sacrificing hunger.

Learn a little bit more about the foods we have hand-picked and expertly crafted in our kitchen so that you can bring them home to yours.

Breakfast

Breakfast and the old wives tale of being the “most important meal of the day” is certainly true. Guess that is means it’s not a wives tale after all!

Some studies have shown that those of us who skip out on breakfast become so hungry that we end up compensating for lost calories by doubling or tripling the normal amount of calories upon our next sitting. This can lead to weight gain and is why we have designed a robust breakfast menu special for you.

Breakfast is the jumping off point for the rest of the day and actually kicks your metabolism into high gear. Research shows it can actually help you stay thinner than if you skipped this meal and went on with your day. With Good EATS we designed our breakfast menu with every lifestyle in mind. You can choose from sit down meals like apple cinnamon protein pancakes, peanut butter chocolate chip pancakes, and strawberry banana pancakes to an assortment of egg white breakfast wraps, hearty breakfast bowls or venture into more quick-and-easy meals like vanilla, chocolate or strawberry protein shakes. You can also try other convenient breakfast options such as apple cinnamon or banana peanut butter protein oatmeal bowls.

Lunch & Dinner

Lunch and dinner are where things really get exciting. You can choose to eat a variation of different foods for these meals and what may be one day’s dinner you might choose for the next day’s lunch.

Salads: Choose from a nutrient-rich selection of salads packed with calcium, fiber, folate, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, Vitamins A and C and more. Top off your salads with an assortment of proteins like chicken, steak, shrimp, cheese and turkey.

Pasta: Pasta is a staple in many of our Good EATS diets because many of the nutrients contained (from our whole grain pastas) contribute to a healthy diet. Benefit from great tasting menu items that help diversify your macronutrient profile with zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, B vitamins and more. Whole grain pasta, a complex carbohydrate, offers health benefits such as:

  • Reduced risk of asthma
  • Healthier carotid arteries
  • Reduction of inflammatory disease risk
  • Lower risk of colorectal cancer
  • Healthier blood pressure levels
  • Less gum disease and tooth loss

Entrees: For a balanced meal of veggies, grains, proteins, carbs and healthy fats, look no further than our entrees. Each of our entrees provides at least one significant source of potassium, dietary fiber, calcium, and vitamin D, which are nutrients of concern in American diets.

Pre & Post Workout Food Options

What you eat before and after your workouts can greatly contribute to your results. For meals or snacks prior to a workout you’ll want to ensure that you’ll have enough energy to perform at your best. These food options have been designed with your bodies needs in mind.

For post workout consumption, you’ll want to eat foods that can restore your stores of glycogen (carbs). You’ll also want to consume solid amounts of protein to replenish your muscles and rebuild what was lost during your workout.

Other Meals

Wraps, Low-carb Meals & Snacks: Good EATS menu items also includes options for wraps, low-carb diets as well as snacks. These options may it easy to stick to a diet that will contribute to your goals.