Today I have a review for you of Factor 75; my favorite meal delivery service. I have reviewed Factor 75 actually twice in the past, and so I am linking that article below so check it out.
It’s got a couple of pictures and more information if you want to have some more details. But in this video I just want to give you a quick overview of why I like Factor 75 so much and why I think it’s one of the best meal delivery services in the country.
Factor Meal Delivery Service Review
The premise of Factor 75 is — and that’s where the name comes from — that 75% of your fitness comes from what you eat. So the better you eat the fitter you are, the healthier you are. Diet is not something that you want to do for two weeks as a New Year’s resolution. It’s a lifestyle. It’s something that you want to commit to until you drop dead, hopefully just of old age and not of a chronic disease or a metabolic disease like Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, and many of the other leading causes of death.
Factor 75 meals are naturally gluten-free, meaning they do not use any ingredients that contain gluten. However, they use a shared kitchen so cross contamination is theoretically possible. And if you suffer from Celiac disease, I would encourage you to reach out to Factor 75 before you place your order. (music plays) (FACT # 2 displays on screen) Now my goal as a blogger and as a healthy lifestyle enthusiast, and also Factor 75 (storer ? 1:57) is to put you on a better path towards a healthier life.
And an easy way to do this is to fix your diet basically; to remove certain unhealthy foods and add healthy foods instead. Over all when you sign up with Factor 75 you can pick a frequency; basically how many meals you would like to have delivered per week. You can pick four, six, eight, twelve or eighteen.
The more meals you get, the less expensive the meals are. So it starts at about $15 if you order 4 meals per week. So if you order 18 meals per week then the meal price drops from $15 to $11. That’s very reasonable considering the quality of meals that you are getting. Now, the type of meals that you can choose from include ketogenic. So those are high fat and low carb type of meals. You can pick paleo meals that are also very healthy with clean ingredients.
You can get dairy free meals. Obviously if you pick paleo then dairy is implicit because dairy is not allowed on paleo. You can pick spicy or regular meals. So if you like it spicy then those are certainly the ones that you can choose from. Then there is the low carb option. Low carb is a step down from keto. So if you want to ease it in and reduce your carbs slowly then the low carb meal is certainly an option for you and it would be my recommendation.
(TASTE displays on screen) What about taste? Well, I mean obviously everyone has a different taste but I can tell you that I’ve loved every single Factor 75 meal that I’ve had so far. I’ve tasted them on two separate occasions. My family likes them. My wife likes them and my wife is typically…she is a little bit more picky than I am. Let’s put it that way. And she liked the meals very much and the kids like them as well.
(DELIVERY displays on screen) Factor 75 delivers Monday through Wednesday with FedEx. So you get those meals, I think overnight really, relatively quick. So they don’t….and the temperature remains intact and they remain cool in that box, obviously. You can cancel and pause the subscription any time. But in a nutshell, if you want to try meal delivery services, if you have never tried one maybe, if you are looking for healthier meals and for improving your diet maybe then I would highly recommend you give Factor 75 a try. It’s my favorite meal delivery service and you won’t be disappointed.
I am going to link that down below as well. If you use that code then you get 40 bucks off. That is split into two times $20 for your first two deliveries. (music plays) (MEAL PREP displays on screen) All right, so I’ve just come back from workout, and I’m super hungry. Now it’s time to eat. So I’m going to share some of the Factor 75 meals that we’ve got in the fridge.
As I mentioned before we’re going to leave to Europe in a couple of days so our fridge is almost empty as you can see; not much in there anymore. But we’ve got a couple of Factor 75 meals. So let’s pick the ones that we want to use. They are all keto. I’m going to have a pork tenderloin, and I am going to have chicken parmesan. All right so those are the ones I’m going to have. We don’t have a microwave.
We have a steamer. We’re going to steam them. I think it’s going to be much better. All right. The steamer is ready so let’s get the food out. It smells very good. Just to recap what we’ve got here. I’ve got those two here so we can see what we’ve got here. We’ve got the chicken parmesan which has 680 calories, and 40 grams of fat, 63 grams of proteins. It’s relatively high in proteins. And some people think that excess of protein can kick you out of ketosis but that is absolutely not true.
It is a myth. There is no scientific evidence. The process of gluconeogenesis which is the process which converts non-carb sources into glucose is demand driven and not supply driven. That means if you eat more protein than what you need, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to end up with more glucose in your body. So 63 grams of proteins is no issue. And we have 13 grams of net carbs.
The other one is a pork tenderloin with a cabbage casserole. We’ve got 540 calories. Yes, and I’m going to eat both because I’m really hungry. We’ve got 39 grams of fat, 37 grams of protein and only 8 grams of net carbs. This might not look as yummy as it is and as it smells. I’m very much looking forward to digging in.
I’m going to enjoy this meal with a nice glass of red wine, even though we have a mix of chicken and pork. And also red wine, technically is not keto but it does not keep me out of ketosis by having a glass of wine. So I’m totally fine with it. It makes me happy. So let’s see how that is. I’m going to finish it up, and I’ll let you know how it is.