Diet Chef 28 day hamper - breakfast, lunch, dinner & snack £95 @ Groupon
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Diet Chef 28 day hamper - breakfast, lunch, dinner & snack £95 @ Groupon

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Found 10th Jul 2013
Okay so this sort of thing isn't for everyone but it's a great price reduction none-the-less...

RRP £245

28-day fully customised diet hamper

Includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack for each day

P&P extra £4.95 charged by Diet Chef not to Groupon.

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I actually think this sounds quite good for those that want to lose up to a stone in weight over the 28 days... Has anyone used them before? have a friend who may be interested but don't wanna recommend if no good...

Just under £100 is not really expensive for food for 28days however I'm sure it could be done for a lot less and the snacks they use just have fruit instead.

Aren't these the TV advert people who say you have to add your own fresh fruit, veg and salad?

For me £25 a week for not even all the food and for just one person is not that cheap.

If you really can't cook, ready meals all have pre counted calories and you still only need to add fresh veg to those.

Here we go again! Just eat sensibly and exercise. Don't waste your money.

Original Poster

I have used it before. Yes they suggest adding vegetables and fruit. Yes depending on your meal choices you might want to add your own portion of rice or pasta. Yes you may have to add your own milk. But its great for those who need help with portion control. Also good as the meals don't require refrigeration. We all know what we should or shouldn't eat and that exercise should be part of a healthy lifestyle but we all know smoking and drinking too much alcohol is bad for us but some people out there need some help. As I said this sort of thing isn't for everyone.

Just be aware if you buy this you are automatically enrolled into a subscription for more hampers, so remember to cancel if you don't want to be re-billed!

discoinferno

Here we go again! Just eat sensibly and exercise. Don't waste your money.


So simple, eh? If only people with weight problems had thought of that idea.

The advantage of something like this is that it's easier to stick to it. When you cook food for yourself it's too easy to have larger portions than you should, or to have second helpings (and please don't just patronisingly say "well don't do that then"), especially if it tastes really good.

Four quid a day is hardly "wasting your money". That's less than one ready meal from M&S, and probably not a lot more (maybe less) than you'd spend if cooking everything fresh.

The refrigeration issue would be helpful but just for cost, Asda have a range of Weight Watchers meals at 3 for £5. The chop suey and Thai curry ones are actually quite nice.

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Dodge62

So simple, eh? If only people with weight problems had thought of that … So simple, eh? If only people with weight problems had thought of that idea.The advantage of something like this is that it's easier to stick to it. When you cook food for yourself it's too easy to have larger portions than you should, or to have second helpings (and please don't just patronisingly say "well don't do that then"), especially if it tastes really good.Four quid a day is hardly "wasting your money". That's less than one ready meal from M&S, and probably not a lot more (maybe less) than you'd spend if cooking everything fresh.



Yes - it really is that simple! I bought a bike for about £80, stopped buying crisps and biscuits, ate jacket potatoes instead of chips and lost over a stone within a year (yes, it is better if it's a gradual thing). If you need advice, get it from your GP for free. And, yes, all this for less than £4 a day.
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