23 February 2017


A little while ago, I got the opportunity to try the Eat Fit Food Clean + Lean program. With two little toddlers, there's no denying that days can be hectic, and even more so at dinner time, when things are often rushed - and consequently, it is easy to fall into the trap of cooking quick fix meals that gets dinner on the table in a hurry. That said, I always make sure that my kids are looked after and eat healthy and nutritious food, and the kids always come first, and sometimes finding the time and energy to do so for yourself, can be tricky. So when I was offered to try the Eat Fit Food program, I was naturally excited.

Eat Fit Food makes food, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, prepared by chefs using the finest quality ingredients from local farmers, and all meals are portion and calorie controlled with zero additives, no refined sugar.

The food is delivered to you in insulated cooler bags - though unfortunately, I live too far out in the outer suburbs of Melbourne, so they company was not able to offer delivery -and I guess, this is my only gribe. Yes, my suburb used to be an old STD code, but it is no longer, and is classified to be within the Melbourne, so really feel the company need to readdress this issue.

Anyway, the food comes in plastic containers, ready to be tipped onto a plate, heated in the microwave and then eaten.

And I have to say that I was very impressed. Everything looked incredible, and so healthy to.

The meal plans change all the plans, and when you sign up, you basically select the meals you want, so you can be sure that you'll only get food you want and like.

I got a of food already selected for me, and still I was absolutely loving it. Some of the things I had during the five days included;

  • Corn fritters with tomato jam and baby spinach (breakfast)
  • Baked eggs florentine with pinenuts and tomato jam
  • Cocoa pops with vanilla cashew milk

  • Chicken, pea, broccoli and white bean goodness bowl with shaved coconut
  • Spicy beef burrito with salsa, tomato, sour cream and tasty cheese
  • Portugese crusted salmon with ancient grains, cumin coya and Dutch carrots
  • Butter chicken with sweet potato, broccoli, brown rice and cucumber raita

  • Thai Prawn laksa with capsicum, snow peas, bean shoots and coriander
  • Quinoa and black bean salad with lime dressing
  • Smoked salmon and green pea quinoa pasta with parmesan and macadamia kale pesto
  • Tandoori Chicken with north Indian slaw and mango, mustard seed yoghurt

  • Fruit
  • Eat Fit Food Cleanse Bar
  • Trail Mix
  • Apple and banana bread with psyllium
  • Crackers with semi-dried tomato hummus
  • Beetroot, goats cheese and pine nut macaroon
  • Lemon, ginger and tahini protein balls

Common for all meals, were that the serves were decent, so every meal left you fully satisfied until the next meal. And everything was simply so fresh and healthy, with gorgeous flavours.

My biggest issue is that I snack a lot during the day, especially during my 'down-time' when my two little boys are taking their nap - but with the Eat Fit Food program, I was simply so full, and the allocated healthy snack was enough for me to not want more.

I didn't expect a huge change, and while I did not weigh myself before and after the program, - over the cause of the five days, I found that I generally felt better and wasn't as tired and drained, in short, I think, because I ate healthier - and consequently I also felt that I was less bloated.

The program really reinstated that eating healthier food has an amazing effect on your body and well-being, with benefits after just a few short days - and it has helped me re-think my eating habits.

The Eat Fit Food is not the cheapest programs, and yes, you can cook cheaper yourself, but if you're short of time, or simply want a kick start to a healthier lifestyle, then I highly recommend that you give Eat Fit Food a go. They are several programs available, including cleanse, so there's bound to be something that matches your requirements and health goals. There are also heaps of tips and suggestions on their website, as to how much water you should drink, how to snack etc, which is very useful.

For more information visit Eat Fit Food online

* Products have been kindly provided for consideration, and have reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

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