Most people attribute their difficulty in keeping a healthy diet plan with their lack of time to prepare their meals—either due to busy schedules or not having enough interest to move around the kitchen.
“The temptation to cheat mostly comes from the lack of time to prepare their meals. But when they do have time, they tend to prepare the same meals over and over again,” pastry chef, consultant, food stylist, and food writer Pixie Sevilla elaborated.
Thankfully, food delivery services have now become an option to those wanting to switch to healthier diet. And why not, having food delivered on anyone’s doorstep is undoubtedly a huge time saver in today’s fast paced world.
Apparently, this claim is not solely based on convenience. A study published in the medical journal Obesity Research suggested that food provision is an effective strategy to weight-loss patients.
“Better results might be achieved if more direct approaches were taken to make environmental changes by providing food to participants,” the study suggested.
Doctor Ryan Capitulo, an obstetrician-gynecologist and assistant professor, is one of the many Filipinos who can attest to the efficacy of keeping their diet plan—which eventually led to shedding off unwanted pounds—with the help of food quality delivery services.
Capitulo weighed more than 300 pounds and suffered from hypertension when he availed Cohen Meals on Wheels, the food delivery service exclusively offered to the followers of the Cohen’s Lifestyle Program. The lifestyle program follows a personalized and rapid weight-loss program through nutrition.
Like most clients, he did not have a knack for cooking so he ordered food from the food service, which delivers customized food to clients following the guidelines of the Cohen program.
“I don’t know how to cook and I don’t have the time to prepare my own meals. This has definitely helped me follow my meal plans and lose weight,” Capitulo admitted.
Aside from convenience, Capitulo also said that buying food from the company was cheaper compared to his usual food expenses. “Oftentimes, I would spend P3,000 to P5,000 just for food,” he related.
Happy and satisfied with the food delivery service, Capitulo was able to follow his dietary plan. As a result, his weight has also dropped significantly dropped—he lost 88 pounds in 4.5 months.
Now, those who think that a healthier lifestyle can’t be “delivered” to one’s doorstep could think otherwise.
To know more about Cohen Meals on Wheels, visit www.CohenLifestyle.com.ph