Why Good EATS

Effective. Affordable. Tasty. Simple.

Good EATS stands for “Effective, Affordable, Tasty and Simple.” This epitomizes everything we wanted to accomplish with this awesome meal plan made with your health in mind.
No More Worrying About Shopping, Planning or Cooking

The Good EATS program was developed to be the solution to all of the aforementioned problems. For starters, having a meal plan in place ensures that you don’t have to worry about grocery shopping, planning out meals, cooking or even cleaning in some situations! Also, and perhaps most importantly, the meals that are prepared by our professional chefs have been developed by a nutritionist meaning you can rest assured that you are eating the most high quality ingredients with none of the bad stuff.

All you have to do is sign up, choose the frequency of your meal plan (one, three and five day options), choose from hundreds of meal combinations, and either pick up your meals or have them delivered to your door for even more added convenience. It really is that simple to change the way you eat, feel and look!

Personal Coaching with Good EATS

Ok, so you are probably thinking that there are a lot of meal plans out there and you’d be right. However, Good EATS provides the added benefit of help along the way. Where traditional meal plans often go wrong is with their lack of accountability that comes from no real human contact.

With Good EATS you not only get nutritionally sound, amazingly delicious food delivered to your door, you also get the following:

• Weekly interaction with a Nutrition Coach
• 30-60-90 Day consultations and check ups
• Access to a Nutrition Coach during business hours

So what does this Nutrition Coaching cost you ask? Nothing. This is built into Good EATS low cost and is an integral component that we offer because we care about your results and want to see you succeed. We are pretty sure our competitors don’t offer that!

THE GOOD EATS PROGRAM VS. THE OTHER GUYS

Good EATS manages to provide some of the best food in the meal planning industry plus nutritional coaching and still maintains one of the lowest weekly costs out of anyone. Consider this, the average American spends $151 a week on groceries. Out of those costs, about $16 is wasted because of spoiled food. That equates to over $830 per year on wasted funds.
Put that money to good use with a Good EATS meal plan that is backed by our 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.
So, why Good EATS? Convenience. Nutrition. Coaching. Affordability. The choice is simple. Choose Good EATS.

COST

FRESH OR FROZEN

RESULTS TRACKING

CERTIFIED BY THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AND DIABETIC SAFE

$139 to $189 / WEEK, NO MONTHLY COMMITMENT

FRESH DAILY

YES

YES

$445/ MONTHLY

FROZEN

NO

NO

$99 ENROLLMENT FEE + MONTHLY FEES + COST OF FOOD (APPROX $200 A WEEK)

FROZEN

YES

NO

$149 – $399

PRE-PACKAGED

NO

NO

$170 – $898

FRESH WEEKLY

YES

NO

Good EATS manages to provide some of the best food in the meal planning industry plus nutritional coaching and still maintains one of the lowest weekly costs out of anyone. Consider this, the average American spends $151 a week on groceries. Out of those costs, about $16 is wasted because of spoiled food. That equates to over $830 per year on wasted funds.

Put that money to good use with a Good EATS meal plan that is backed by our 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.

So, why Good EATS? Convenience. Nutrition. Coaching. Affordability. The choice is simple. Choose Good EATS.

Good EATS: Balance, Variety & Moderation

Balance

Cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Helps guard against cardiovascular diseases, including hypertension (high blood pressure), stroke, and hyperlipidemia (high blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels).
  • Helps reduce inflammation, endothelial dysfunction (problems with the inner linings of blood vessels), thrombosis (blood clots)
Reduced Sodium
  • The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend limiting sodium to less than 2,300 milligrams (mg) per day.
  • Many Good Eats meals are approximately 480 to 600 mg of sodium or less that fit into the guidelines for sodium control.
  • At least one serving of Vegetables or Fruit
  • Fruits and vegetables are nutrient dense with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber.
  • Antioxidants help protect the body from oxidant stress, diseases, and cancers.
  • Soluble dietary fiber helps lower cholesterol and insoluble fiber aid in digestive health.
Whole Grains
  • Whole-wheat pasta, whole wheat wraps, brown rice are packed with nutrients including protein, fiber, B vitamins, antioxidants, and trace minerals (iron, zinc, copper, and magnesium).
  • A diet rich in whole grains has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, type 2 Diabetes, obesity, and some forms of cancer.
Lean Protein
  • Lean ground beef, lean ground turkey, chicken and fish selections offered to help build muscle and maintain immunity without increasing saturated fat linked to increased cholesterol.
Variety

Breakfast
  • Protein pancakes and protein oatmeal provides the combination of whey and casein protein found in cow’s milk, which offers reliable nutrition to restock glycogen stores, promote protein synthesis and repair muscles while providing beneficial nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D and vitamin A.
Salads
  • Leafy green salads, rich in folic acid, vitamin C, potassium and magnesium, as well as containing a host of phytochemicals, such as lutein, beta-cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin, and beta-carotene.
Wraps
  • Whole-wheat wraps provide a good sources of fiber to aid digestion, calcium to assist bone health and a good source of manganese, a mineral that your body relies upon for normal brain and nerve function.
Entrees
  • Stir-fries, Thai dishes, BBQ dishes offer significant sources of potassium, dietary fiber, calcium, and vitamin D, which are nutrients of concern in American diets.
Pre/Post-Workout Meals
  • Energy bites, rice bowls designed to be low in fat and higher in carbohydrates with moderate protein.
  • For strength training, the recommendation is a 2:1 carb to protein ratio. Strength trainers break down more protein during workouts so they need to replenish that with a pre or post workout meal that helps them do just that.
  • Endurance training on the other hand, works best with a 4:1 carb to protein ratio as endurance athletes need more energy and this is supplied by carbs.
Low-Carb
  • Lettuce Wraps, low-carb entrees tend to have low energy densities because of both their high water and their high fiber contents which may increase satiety
Paleo
  • Zucchini noodles and cauliflower rice entrees mimicking the late Paleolithic era by excluding dairy products, cereals, refined cereals, refined sugars, refined vegetable oils, fatty meats and salt. This has lead to a lower glycemic load, more vitamins and minerals.
Moderation

Snacks
  • Mini plates, protein cookies, paleo brownies, and other snacks help stabilize metabolism and normalize blood sugar.

Smoothies

  • One of the major benefits of vegetable smoothies is that several servings of vegetables and fruits may be consumed in one sitting. According to theHarvard School of Public Health, you should aim to consume at least nine servings of vegetables and fruits each day.
  • Increased fiber intake promotes healthy digestion, prevents blood sugar spikes after eating and helps lower blood cholesterol.

Juices

  • Juicing benefits the body since it may absorb the nutrients faster and gives your digestive system a rest from working on fiber.
  • Juicing may reduce risk of cancer, boost immune system, help remove toxins from the body, aid digestion and help with weight maintenance.

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Good EATS Cafe

80 Merrick Road
Amityville, NY, 11701
631.464.4277