Newsflash: whether you like it or not, it’s detox time. New Year, new you…yadda yadda.
Maybe you’re the perfect picture of health and didn’t indulge over Christmas, in which case, rack off. You’re making us feel guilty.
If you are like us, though, and can barely spell the word temptation, let alone avoid it, then help is at hand!
New Year’s detox resolutions are like a shining, glimmering oasis when you are lost in the desert of Christmas gluttony; easy to make, but keeping to them is hard work.
Which is where the ‘resolution support crew’ over at Youfoodz comes in, with their real-food, no-diet take on detoxing.
If you haven’t heard, Youfoodz is a fresh and fab’ healthy food delivery service that brings tasty—chef-made—meals right to you.
A simple online order and you can stock up on breakfast, lunch and dinner for…well, forever, really.
The weekly meal plans make things ridiculously easy—you can just scour their website (which is packed full with drool-inducing options), and pick and choose as you like. Meals range from the ‘Pure Convenience’ (we like the sound of that!) plan, to the ‘Clean and Lean’ and ‘Urgent Fat Burner’ for the serious health nuts.
Youfoodz even caters completely to paleo and gluten-free folks. Cool, huh?
Our money’s on the ‘Feel Sexy 4 2015’ plan that includes two snacks (choc peanut butter goodie balls, anyone?) and two meals daily, but if you’d prefer to handpick your dishes, you can do that too. The Jamaican jerk chicken, Huon honey-ginger glazed salmon or breakfast filo muffin are our picks of the impressive menu. Best of all, YouFoodz dishes are never, ever frozen!
If you live in Brisbane, then your Youfoodz order will be delivered on a Thursday or Friday—with orders closing on Wednesday—and everything will be brought straight to your workplace or home address, fresh as, clearly labelled and ready to be gobbled down.
Sound good? Yeah, we thought so too!
To get started, visit the Youfoodz website, and use code yfurban20 to receive $20 off all first time orders (over $99).
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