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Have you tried a HOME DELIVERY KIT.

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Sparking Past Health Challenges & Aging
Lots of health challenges. I’m not 60 anymore. I thought I wouldn’t have major health issues before I was 80, let alone 70.

emoticon We purchased a motorized wheel chair the end of August. I used it a few days later to go to a funeral. It made a huge difference.
I have been slipping and sliding ever since. I need to be on a LOW SODIUM DIET.
No Fries emoticon / Can do that. But it doesn’t mean I can have emoticon Or emoticon .
Eating Out isn’t a good option. Even professional chefs go crazy with salt.

We decided to try a meal delivery kit when I received a discount offer from the Hungry Girl Newsletter. I entered one of their recipes in the Spark Recipe. It showed about half the sodium as shown by the company. HUMMMMM.
So, I only used about 1/3 of the seasoning packet.

Our First Meal from HOME CHEF last evening:
The meal was an Oven Ready Shrimp Risotto Recipe From HOME CHEF.
I found a company that provides a Low Sodium Menu, but it costs 50% more.
From what I read on line, some people considered the HOME CHEF servings too small.
I thought it was lacking in the low-calory veggies. So, I made a late afternoon chopped salad.
We decided that it was enough food for the two of us. DH will be 75 in 31 days. But he tends to snack every couple of hours.

Not sure if we will keep doing this after the special runs out.
Have you tried any of the companies that provide this type of service?

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Member Comments About This Blog Post
    No I have not tried home delivery meal kits. I live alone, and I think the meals are set up more for 2+ people
    26 days ago
  • LINDA!
    I have not tried this. But it sounds like such a great idea.
    41 days ago
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