Frequently Asked Questions-FAQ’s

How should I store the meals?

Keep all meals refrigerated until ready to eat.

What order should I eat the meals in?

Just eat a breakfast a lunch and a dinner each day. The first half of the week, eat weekday-part 1 meals before beginning weekend-part 2. Likewise, for the second half of the week, eat weekend-part 2 meals before starting the next weeks weekday-part 1 meals. We encourage you to eat salads and fish meals towards the beginning for freshness.

How should I heat the meals if applicable?

Meals can be warmed up in the microwave, traditional oven or on your cooktop. Although most all of the containers are microwaveable safe, we recommend you place meals on a microwaveable safe plate.

Can we choose which meals we want?

No, and we don’t do this to punish you we do it so that we can keep our costs down and pass that savings on to you.  However, there are four different weeks of menus so you’ll only have the same meal about once per month. Everyone is on the same week at the same time. The only difference is portion sizes for the different calorie plans.

Can I cancel my order?

You may cancel your order for the upcoming week as long as it is before 7:00 PM Thursday the week before.

How much weight can I expect to lose?

Everyone’s body is different and weight loss is a matter of caloric intake vs. output. A good goal to shoot for would be 1-2 pounds per week at the start of any diet. The losses may slow down after some of the initial weight loss.

What if I have a medical condition like diabetes or heart disease?

You should seek advice from your doctor to see if The Fresh Plan is right for you. All the nutritional information may be found on our website at

What if I go out to a restaurant for a meal?

Go enjoy! Be smart about what you order e.g. salad with dressing on the side, grilled fish or chicken and have fruit for dessert. Watch your portions!

When do I need to order my meals?

Thursday by 7:00 PM for the upcoming week.

How are the daily calories calculated?

Calories per day are based on a weeks daily average of three meals per day.

The Fresh Plan Nutritional Info

Nutritional analysis based on a daily average

The Fresh Plan nutritional analysis