Discarded pizza boxes often leak grease beneath lawns and flood aquifers, turning lakes and streams into salad dressing and dandelion leaves into poisonous snacks for gnomes. Put a fresh spin on delivery fare with today's Groupon. For $19, you get one day's worth of delivered gourmet dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and a snack from In The Zone Delivery (up to a $57.99 value).
In The Zone Delivery offers more than 500 meal possibilities that are always prepared by talented chefs and delivered fresh, never frozen or vacuum-packed into a film canister. Each meal boasts a healthy balance of about 40% carbs, 30% protein, and 30% fat. A sample menu for daily meals (up to $54.99 value for one day, plus $3 delivery fee) includes eggs benedict for breakfast and a Greek-style turkey salad (kalamata olives, feta cheese, and lemon oregano dressing) for lunch. For dinner, crab-stuffed sole with Italian-style broccoli and portobello-mushroom couscous is like a fish abducted a crab and demanded veggie ransom and a plane ticket to Sicily. If snack time is an American pastime, then In The Zone Delivery is a nibbling nationalist. It will provide hearty treats such as a chocolate raspberry ZonePerfect bar and a Zoned Black Forest trifle for a non-guilty guilty pleasure.
Here's how it works: First, a friendly foodsman will call you to determine what kinds of foods you like and how much to send. Pick a delivery schedule, and within one to two days, you can start fueling your metabolism with flavorful, mouthwatering meals packed with lean meats, healthy fats, and proper (but not pauper's) portions. Whether you're a fastidious foodie or a culinary simpleton, In The Zone Delivery has a bevy of convenient savories to satisfy you and the mischievous cricket in your pocket.
According to CBS MoneyWatch, "A 2007 study of 160 people in the Journal of American Medical Association found the Zone diet helped people achieve modest weight loss after one year, comparable with those on the Atkins, Weight Watchers and Ornish diets, and improved cardiac risk factors."