What plans do you offer?

PlateJoy offers a range of dietary plans and preferences, including the PlateJoy Path, Low Carb, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Flexitarian, No Red Meat, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Whole-food diet, Low Sodium, and more (many of these plans can be combined). You can learn more about our plans below!

Not sure what plan to choose? You can easily try them out and edit your preferences anytime during your PlateJoy membership.

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PlateJoy Path: a new eating plan that promotes nutritious food groups to nourish you and your family. It’s designed by our team of nutrition experts. Select the PlateJoy path under the "My Plan" section of your meal preferences.
*Please note that the PlateJoy Path cannot be combined with Low Carb, Paleo, or Mediterranean plans. If you would like to follow these plans and don't have them available, de-select the PlateJoy Path option under the "My Plan" section of your meal preferences.

Low Carb meals are moderate carbohydrate options and provide meals that are under 50g net carbs per meal  

Paleo meals exclude all grains and legumes (like beans and peanuts). You can combine this plan with our Dairy-Free plan, or include some dairy if you prefer. 

Mediterranean meals minimize saturated fat (less than 10% of calories from saturated fat) and focus on heart-healthy fats like olive oil and nuts. 

No Red Meat meals exclude beef, pork and lamb.

Pescatarian meals exclude beef, pork, lamb, and poultry.

Flexitarian meals limit meat and seafood. We will try to make the majority of your meals vegetarian, but your other preferences will determine the total number of vegetarian meals available to you. 

Vegetarian meals exclude meat and seafood. While it includes eggs and dairy by default, you may exclude these if you'd like.

Vegan meals exclude all animal products (meat, seafood, eggs, dairy, honey).

Whole-Food Diet: meals focus on whole ingredients, like unprocessed proteins and vegetables. This plan excludes refined sugar and pre-prepared ingredients, like hummus or pesto. It also offers the option to exclude refined grains, like bread and pasta.

Gluten Free meals exclude products commonly containing gluten. (We recommend checking the label of all products if you have a gluten allergy, as some brands may be made in a facility that is not certified Gluten Free.)

Dairy Free meals exclude products commonly containing dairy.

Kosher meals exclude non-kosher foods like shellfish and pork, and do not combine dairy and meat. (We recommend checking the label of all products, as some brands are not certified Kosher.)

Pregnant/Nursing meals exclude foods that commonly carry foodborne illness, according to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Low Sodium meals limit sodium to 1,500 mg per day, per the American Heart Association guidelines



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