These days, I’m a busy woman. My weekdays are packed, and as the summer brings about busy weekends, lavish vacations and endless patio drinks, I’ve found myself with less time on my days off, too. Often, I use Sunday as meal prep day, but lately, that’s not always an option.
I weighed the idea of a meal delivery service for a long while before placing my first order. On day one, though, I was hooked. I quickly realized that healthy food delivery is a lot more economic than I thought. After all was said and done, it barely cost more than my usual grocery run. And I didn’t have to cook anything!
I opted for the salad and juices from the Goods is Good, a local food delivery service that also hosts classes and offers take-out. I asked an expert if the meal plan was really enough, and it turns out that the Goods is packing a ton of nutrients into these meals. The salads and juices contain more than enough fibre, grains, protein and, okay, a lot of fibre. After a day of eating the meal delivery, you feel full, satisfied and, over time, the body’s balance is restored… Well, at least on weekdays 😉
Now, when my schedule gets crazy, I don’t end up just grabbing whatever is convenient because there’s no time to cook. Instead, I’m eating healthy meals that someone else has made with genuine love and a whole lot of consideration for my body’s needs.
Have you tried the Goods? Any other Toronto meal delivery services you swear by?