I'm glad that outfit comes with a mask, 'cause frankly I don't want to know who it is. (Can you imagine if that was your boss?)
So I tried my first week of Diet-To-Go meals, veggie 1200 calorie plan. I get to pick up meals locally so it's convenient. Not bad. The price is the best I could find, and the meals seem fresh and are EXTREMELY convenient which I love.
I never have to worry when I get hungry, as a preplanned meal is just a trip to the fridge away. Psychologically this is quite comforting knowledge. Meals take 0-40 seconds to prep, because many can be eaten cold with your hands. Perfect for this lazy dish washing adverse bastard!
The quality reminds me a little of better tasting cafeteria or hospitable food except with fresher veggies. It sounds negative, but it's not really. I think actual hospitable food pretty good for what it is. I'm just used to a lot of ethnic food, spicy and even pungent dishes, and eating out a lot. I have no complaints about the food, I'm just not raving about it either. Meals come with nutritional info.
If I needed to for health reasons, i could definitely stick to this.
If I don't lose weight in another week, I'll probably try another company or else just go back to my habits. In the meanwhile, I'm learning a lot about portion control. 1200 calories is REALLY LITTLE! I eat WAY more than 1200 calories normally I think and I don't even drink a lot of coffee drinks or junk food. I also don't think I eat an inordinate amount of food for my age and gender either -- just the 'average' portion size. If you go out and eat, you'll probably get 3x the portions of any meals I'm getting.