With Personalized Meal Plans
Step 1. Select a diet
Step 2. Enter your calories
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With a quick, thorough assessment, we’ll understand your dieting goals, body type, and what style of diet you prefer to eat.
We’ll ask what allergies you have, your favorite foods or foods you avoid to best suit your taste palette.
We’ll whip up a meal plan perfect for you. It’s that simple!
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Meta Nutrition’s meal planner removes the dread of planning your healthy meals. Just input your info and start enjoying the food you love. Each meal is customized to your body, selected diet style, your allergies, and what foods you love or dislike.
We automatically track calories and macros so you don’t have to!
Over 12,000 lab-analyzed foods with detailed nutrition facts to ensure our tracker is as accurate as possible. You can personalize your database with custom foods anytime you wish.
Each meal is easy to prepare, tailored to your goals. Simply click, cook, and enjoy the food you love. It’s that effortless!
Our algorithm sorts out the healthiest foods with the help of registered dietitians to make sure you’re getting the best out of your diet.
Input your exact details, select a diet, and food preferences to create meal plans specifically designed for you.
Our system is quick to start, easy to navigate, and we make nutrition simple for anyone looking to improve their lives.
Macro-nutrients such as fat, protein, and carbohydrates are calculated in full for the day. No more stressing over eating too many carbs or not enough protein!
Upload your favorite recipes for the community to use in their personal meal plans, or browse our collection of recipes submitted by other users for fun new ideas in your own food journey
Coming soon - Input dietary information from all people in your household to the meal plan generator to ensure when sitting down to eat every meal is perfect for everyones needs.
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Meta Nutrition's goal is to untangle the confusing mess of meal planning to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. We strive to be the smartest meal planning platform available.
Nov 23 2020
By: Rebecca Goodrich - MS, RDN, LDN
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Nov 16 2020
By: Rebecca Goodrich - MS, RDN, LDN
Thanksgiving, as we know, is a national holiday that is celebrated once a year and is enjoyed with the presence of our family and friends. During this holiday we give thanks for all that we are grateful for while enjoying a delicious feast. Thanksgiving can be overwhelming to some, while others may have difficulties in one way or another. Whatever space that you may find yourself in, is completely okay and should not be judged. Some of the more popular Thanksgiving dishes that are frequently consumed are yams, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, pies, cornbread, and turkey of course!
Sept 21 2020
By: Julie Tang - MS, RDN
Lactose intolerance stems from an inability to digest the sugar molecules found in dairy products. The sugar molecule is called lactose and the enzyme that our body uses to break it down is called lactase. Those with lactose intolerance know first-hand the uncomfortable symptoms that can follow a dairy meal. Some of the symptoms of lactose intolerance which include gas, bloating, nausea, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal discomfort, can be present 30 minutes to 2 hours after a meal.
Sept 7 2020
By: Ranier Castillo - MS, RDN, ACSM-CPT
As more research continues to be published on diet interventions, short-term diets and supplements have been shown to not be beneficial when working towards a healthier lifestyle (1). Instead, the data is showing exercise with nutrient-dense and caloric balanced meals, regardless of lifestyle diet (e.g. Ketogenic, Paleo, Vegan, etc.), have been shown to be promising on improving one’s overall health (2).