BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- January is the cruelest month for anyone trying to keep an "eat healthy" New Year's resolution, with old eating habits dying hard and temptation looming on every grocery shelf. But now there's new help for cleaning up your eating act: the free Clean Eating Challenge Jump Start Guide from online meal planning service eMeals.com. Downloadable at http://blog.emeals.com/clean-eating-challenge/, this collection of 21 breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes and other support tools puts you on the path to better eating and a healthier lifestyle.
- Easy recipes focusing on fresh vegetables and fruits, whole grains and lean proteins – from Raspberry Oatmeal Pancakes to Turkey Sausage Breakfast Burritos for breakfast, Almond Chicken Salad Melts to Squash & Chickpea Couscous for lunch, and Garlicky Red Wine Brisket to Tilapia Puttanesca for dinner;
- An explanation of the benefits of clean eating;
- A food diary for tracking your first week of meals;
- And a 15% discount code for a weekly subscription to eMeals' Clean Eating or Slow Cooker Clean Eating Meal Plan.
Interested in exploring other eating styles to aid your New Year's self-improvement efforts? eMeals also offers Low-Calorie, Paleo, Mediterranean, Portion Control, Low-Fat and Natural & Organic programs, along with Classic, Low-Carb, Gluten-Free and Vegetarian options. Each plan delivers seven make-at-home menus and corresponding shopping lists straight to your computer, smartphone, or password-protected page on the eMeals website every week for as little as $5/month – saving hours of meal planning drudgery as well as enabling easy once-a-week shopping.
Meal plans are available for couples or families, and for breakfast and lunch as well as dinner. You can also specify a store such as ALDI, Kroger, Publix, Safeway, Target, Walmart or Whole Foods to take advantage of sale prices that help shape eMeals' weekly menus.
eMeals' service has helped hundreds of thousands of people get dinner on the table quickly and affordably since 2003. For a full eMeals program description and sample menus for each of the service's 50+ different meal plans, visit www.emeals.com/how-it-works. To subscribe and sign up for the service's mobile app, visit https://emeals.com/account/signup.php.