eMeals Launches 500 Calorie Meal Plan

eMeals Low Calorie Plan for weight loss

We all want to cut calories, but we do not want to lose our favorite recipes! The holidays are a classic time where diets and even healthy lifestyles tend to go out the window. If you’re ready to still enjoy your favorite classic recipes but cut the calories and eat healthier, you are in luck! eMeals solves your problem by offering 500 calorie meals that feature your family favorites!

Eating slim doesn’t have to mean cutting out your favorite foods. With the eMeals Low Calorie plan, enjoy a varied meal plan with your favorite dishes, from pizzas and pastas to salads and steaks, all with less than 500 calories per serving.

This meal plan includes a grocery list itemized by section of the store, 7 healthy main dish recipes and sides, and is a simple tool to help you get organized and lose weight in 2014! You can choose to get this meal plan for a family or for 1-2. Each recipe and meal as a whole is broken down with a calorie count to help you track and measure your goals. It’s never been easier to achieve your goals for healthy eating, discipline, and organization!

Start your year off on the right track by trying out our 500 CalorieĀ sample plan here.

12 thoughts on “eMeals Launches 500 Calorie Meal Plan

  1. Lyndsay

    I am interested in how much processed food this meal plan contains. I have been using the clean eating plan for most of this past year and am very satisfied with it, but this new low cal plan is tempting me. I’m hesitant to switch and then find out that it contains a lot of processed foods, then not be able to switch my plan back to clean eating for another month. Can you offer any insight to what kinds of foods this plan offers overall over the long-run?
    Thanks :)

    1. Jessica Cox, RD

      Hi Lyndsay – The Low Calorie plan contains very few processed ingredients, but is not 100% clean. You can now switch plans multiple times per month, so feel free to try out Low Calorie and switch back to Clean Eating if you desire. Thanks!

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  3. Gayle

    What’s the main difference between the low fat plan and the low calorie plan? I’d like something is low cal and not high in fat. I’m looking to not only lose weight, but a plan that will also help me to sustain the proper weight once I reach my goal.

    1. Jessica Cox, RD

      Gayle – The Low Calorie meal plan provides the calories for each entree and side dish to help you monitor your daily calorie intake and work toward your weight loss goals. It is loosely based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and will therefore generally have a healthy amount of fat. Feel free to try it, and you can always switch back to low fat if you find that plan better suits your individual needs.

  4. Michele

    I have been enjoying the clean eating plan for my family for the last several months, but now I need to buckle down and lose some weight after the holidays. Which plan is best for losing weight while still eating mainly fresh, unprocessed foods? Is the Portion control or low calorie the best option?

    1. Jessica Cox, RD

      Michele – The Low Calorie meal plan and Portion Control meal plans will both help you cut back on calories. The Low Calorie meal plan will likely contain less processed foods than the Portion Control and will provide the calories for each entree and side dish to help you monitor your daily calorie intake and work toward your weight loss goals. Please try it and let us know what you think!

  5. Nate

    I’m interested in signing up for one of your plans, but noticed that the samples don’t contain nutrition information. I do Weight Watchers and am wondering if any of the plans contain information on calories, fat, and fiber, etc. so I can calculate points.

  6. Janice

    I joined emeals many years ago and was very satisfied with the meal plan options. I could choose (example) a low fat diet and add other preferences such as quick, pre packaged, low sugar (?), etc. I am not seeing those options advertised or suggested now when I look at the meal plans. Is the more personalized version no longer available or do I need to register and pay before seeing these options? I am now diabetic with other issues. Thank you

  7. Shari

    I would like to see the fat content, calorie count, and same info for the Low fat program like is listed for Low Calorie!! I feel better informed with this information.

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