BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Need to jazz up your Paleo breakfast or lunch? Can't stomach another dry hard-boiled egg or bland chicken breast? The nation's largest online meal planning service eMeals saves you from the diet doldrums with new Paleo breakfast and lunch options. Available as add-ons to its popular Paleo dinner plan, the new eMeals Paleo breakfast and lunch plans provide a full day of meal planning with easy, affordable recipes plus weekly grocery lists delivered digitally every seven days. (Goodbye, French toast and grilled cheese: hello, Baked Eggs & Avocado and Jerk Chicken Lettuce Wraps!)
With subscriptions starting at just $5 a month, eMeals' Paleo dinner plan has been one of the company's top sellers since it was introduced two years ago. Mike and Christina Smith of Seymour, Indiana, subscribed in September 2013, a month after beginning their Paleo journey. Through a combination of eMeals Paleo menus and CrossFit workouts, the couple lost a combined 175 pounds over the next year.
Now subscribers to eMeals' Paleo dinner plan can add breakfast and lunch menus for $3 and $4 a month, respectively. Each week the breakfast plan provides five Paleo-specific breakfast ideas, while the lunch plan supplies five creative weekday recipes. You get quick, easy and seasonal recipes developed by culinary professionals, complete with prep and cook times. The plans also have recipe cues like "Skillet Meal" and "Prep Ahead" to guide your daily choices, along with ongoing variety that helps you stick to the Paleo regimen.
Bonus: you can try before you buy. Simply go to www.emeals.com/meal-plans/paleo/, click on 'Try Us,' and download 14 days' worth of Paleo Diet menus and shopping lists free of charge. If you like the program, you will receive each week's menus sent straight to your email inbox and eMeals mobile app.
If caveman cuisine isn't your thing, you can also choose from more than 50 other eMeals menu options including Weekly Classic, Clean Eating, Kid-Friendly, 30 Minute Meals, Slow Cooker, Vegetarian, Mediterranean, Low Calorie, Low Fat, Portion Control, Low Carb, Gluten Free and Diabetic programs.
It's a way to simplify meal planning, streamline grocery shopping, and save more than $1,000 a year on family grocery bills thanks to efficient ingredient use throughout the week, advance planning that avoids impulse and extra purchases, and menus coordinated with grocery store sales and seasonal specials.