Balanced Diet


This diet holds a really high standard!

Is our sales hit - a balanced, healthy and tasty diet with the right balance of nutrients. Before the courier starts delivering the set of 5 meals straight to your door every day, we first try to get to know the recipient as well as possible.

Our team of dieticians gets to know their diet and lifestyle, e.g. how often they exercise. Finally, we establish the caloric needs for the whole day and agree on the diet's goal.

What is a Balanced Diet?

A balanced diet is a diet that allows you to consume all the nutrients your body needs without exceeding the recommended amount of calories. A balanced diet should consist of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean protein, dairy products and healthy fats. It also includes water, coffee or tea with meals and snacks. This balanced diet is essential for weight loss as it helps to keep you hydrated and provides essential nutrients for your body.

How to Stay on Track with Your Balanced Diet Plan?

Sometimes it can be hard to stay on track with your healthy meal plan when you are faced with many choices. A healthy menu planner can help you stay on track and avoid any temptations that might derail your diet. A healthy menu planner - also known as a food diary - is a tool that helps individuals stay on track with their diet. It provides them with the information they need to make informed decisions about what they should be eating. A healthy menu planner is a digital tool that helps people maintain their balanced diets by providing them with the necessary information, such as nutrient intake charts, calorie charts, and shopping lists. Fortunately, we do all this work for you! Start a healthy diet and lose weight with Powermeal’s food boxes!

What types of products are used to create the Standard diet?

Animal and plant origin products provide protein in the Standard diet: poultry, beef, pork and all their varieties, sea fish and those from inland waters, all kinds of leguminous vegetables (lentils, chickpeas, beans, etc.), dairy products. In turn, carbohydrates are provided by all kinds of grains: groats (buckwheat, couscous, barley, bulgur, etc.), rice (white, brown, jasmine, wild, basmati, etc.) and low-processed flour products: whole grain pasta, wholegrain bread. The primary fat sources are olive and oil, dairy products, grains (sunflower, pumpkin seeds, sesame, flaxseed, etc.), nuts (cashews, walnuts, hazelnuts, etc. almonds, coconut, etc.), and marine fish.

What not to eat on a balanced diet?

Food on a diet should be limited to what is good for your health and not what tastes good. It is important to know that there are some foods that you should avoid on a diet. Here are some of the foods that you should avoid on a balanced diet:
• Fried food,
• Refined sugar,
• Alcoholic beverages,
• Processed meat,
• Saturated fat.

For whom is the Standard diet - healthy eating full of vitamins and minerals?

The Standard diet is the most frequently chosen nutrition plan by customers. It is ordered equally by women and men of different ages, with varying goals regarding body shape, health, and life's sporting side. A significant advantage of the Standard diet is its flexibility. Our team of dieticians can adapt it to the nutritional needs of each individual. Thanks to that, our customers' plates are filled with carefully selected products that taste great and provide a full range of dietary values every day. See for yourself and order the diet to suit you. We recommend contacting our dietician, who will be happy to help you adjust the Standard diet to your needs.

Fat tissue reduction

Improvement of health

Growth of muscle mass

Better condition