Your insurance might cover this healthy meal plan service - here's how PlateJoy Health works
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- Many of us want to eat healthier, but diets are notoriously hard to stick to.
- PlateJoy wants to make healthy eating a lifestyle, not just a diet. To do this, they offer totally personalized meal plans that'll keep you on track with your health and wellness goals.
- While its plans cost money, if your insurance covers it or if you're at risk of type 2 diabetes, you may have access to their new plan called PlateJoy Health for free.
- Keep reading to see how PlateJoy Health works.
Many of us aspire to eat healthier. Yet for most of us, these aspirations usually stay as just that, never translating into real action. While in theory we really do want to be healthier, with busy schedules and so many other things to prioritize, it's easy to let a diet fall to the wayside and grab quick and easy foods instead, even if they offer no nutritional value.
PlateJoy is a service that makes healthy eating more feasible by curating meal plans catered to your specific preferences and needs. After you answer an in-depth questionnaire, PlateJoy will create a weekly menu and a grocery list based on what you need to buy and what you have in your pantry. You can even connect to Instacart to have these ingredients delivered right to your door. So, in the end, all you have to do is cook your meals.
For some, eating healthy is more than just a matter of losing weight or feeling more energized - it's a matter of health itself. That's why PlateJoy recently launched PlateJoy Health - a free program specifically designed for individuals at risk of type 2 diabetes.
Eating a more balanced, nutritious diet is one of the most common recommendations doctors give to patients to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes. Since so many diets fail, PlateJoy Health takes a different approach, offering a meal plan of healthy recipes that fit in with individual's schedules, locations, and eating preferences, so they can adopt a healthier lifestyle overall.
PlateJoy's meal plan service isn't free, but if you're at risk of type 2 diabetes, it might be. Many insurance plans will cover 100% of the cost of PlateJoy Health. If you're eligible, you'll not only get a free PlateJoy meal plan membership, but a free Fitbit and wireless scale, so you can track your activity and weight loss.
If your insurance doesn't cover the service, or you're not at risk of type 2 diabetes, you can still purchase the service for $89 (for a three month plan) or $119 (for a six month plan). And, if you sign up right now, you can save $10 on your purchase of a PlateJoy membership.
Sign up for PlateJoy Health for free (if eligible) or $89 for a three month plan or $119 for a six month plan (if ineligible) >>
If you're interested in joining PlateJoy Health, here's a walk-through of what you can expect:
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