Photo: Kettlebell Kitchen
I'm in a committed relationship with intuitive eating, but I've seen a side effect with the IIFYM lifestyle: I find the math behind prying open , Shredding, Backward Diet, Carb Cycling, etc. Fascinating, but ultimately not worth it When I was invited to try the food delivery service Kettlebell Kitchen, it seemed to me the perfect opportunity to eat like a brother for a week without my having to eat macro portions had to calculate, plan meals, and you know, Cook.
KBK offers different types of menus to choose from, or you can order à la carte, including Paleo, Keto, Vegetarian and Whole 30 options, one for endurance athletes and one for weight loss and you are easy to pause or cancel. I've been sticking to a "build" plan that aims to boost muscle growth gluten, dairy, soy and refined sugar down the line. (Psst: Try adding these muscle-building foods to your diet to get more definitions.)
After logging in, I'll give you a few statistics about my target weight, current weight, exercise program, dietary restrictions, and whether or not I want to count calories. I decided to have my meal selected for me via an auto-completed option. But there were enough possibilities that I could refuse certain meals without repetition. I also went with the options that sent me three meals for six days, which cost $ 1
The following week, I took my food in a CrossFit box, which serves as the company's pick-up point (surcharge is also available) , The taste of the food surprised me pleasantly. The meat was really juicy and not dry and everything tasted fresh. There were a few misses – zucchini and waffles are never well heated – but nothing big. (See also: I had received keto meals to see if dieting was easier)