If you’re anything like me, nutrition is the most challenging part of living a healthy lifestyle. And to add to my junk food temptation – it’s Reeses’s egg season (which are far superior to the OG Reeses’s cups.) I’m not a great cook, so trying to plan and prepare healthy meals is an anxiety-inducing process. I used to spend hours every Sunday in the kitchen preparing meals for the week ahead, then I discovered Longevity Life, and it’s made my life so much easier.
Longevity Life is simple, easy, and delivered right to your doorstep. Unlike other meal services, Longevity comes without chopping, slicing, or dicing. You don’t have to follow a recipe or even turn on the stove. Each meal comes fresh and ready to eat.
Every week you log in and select your meal options – which feature selections like chicken bacon ranch, steak fajitas, and shrimp penne alla vodka. You can choose weekly or bi-weekly delivery to accommodate your schedule. Longevity’s signature neon containers are microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe. Every meal can be found in the MyFitnessPal app for those who like to track macros.
Having macro-friendly meals in the fridge makes reaching my goals one step easier. I choose the bi-weekly option since I have to work in the office every other week, and having healthy lunches saves me time and money when I can’t prepare food at home.
Want to try it for yourself? SweatNET members receive 15% off their first order!
I’m Katie Robb – fitness writer, SweatNET Ambassador and personal trainer. If I’m not filling my weeks with Broadway-themed Peloton workouts, you can bet I’m writing about the hottest fitness studios in Pittsburgh. My blog, So Fetch Fitness, captures my passion for health and wellness while highlighting the best places to sweat throughout the Steel City.