Chef's Diet offers healthy gourmet meals and snacks for weight loss and sustained weight. The company claims to deliver to celebrities and athletes who want to look and feel their best. They adhere to a strict 40/30/30 policy with their meals: 40% carbohydrates, 30% protein, and 30% favorable fats.
On their website, they list a number of celebrities who have used their meal. Here are a few of the celebrities who have used and endorsed Chef's Diet.
- Angelica Bridges
- Rick Fox
- Jennifer Garner
- David Boreanaz
- Steven Tyler
There are also a number of magazines that have featured the diet:
- Woman's Day
- Life & Style
- Modern Bride
- Bride & Groom
- El Classificado
Chef's Diet has same-day service in the New York tri-state area and in Southern California. Other areas of the U.S. may be eligible for weekly deliveries.
Food from Chef's Diet is designed to leave people feeling full and satisfied. Very few people report feeling hungry on this diet, especially after the first week as their bodies adjusts. Chef's diet prides itself on offering healthy meals that people don't have to spend hours preparing for themselves. Plus, most people report that the food tastes great.
With Chef's Diet, you don't get to customize your menu. On top of that, you can't actually see what food choices they have on their website. You have to call in, find out what food options they have, and order your food then.
Chef's Diet is very expensive, depending on which plan you choose. Special diabetes and vegetarian options are especially costly.
The Bottom Line
The Chef's diet doesn't have a lot of information about their diet on their website, and they are difficult to get ahold of. We wish we could see all the food options they have as well as any health perks offered. Overall, if you sign up to do Chef's Diet longterm to lose more than 20 lbs., it seems like this diet could be worth it.