The Mass Meals Story
Mass Meals was created to save my father’s life.
My life was rocked when my father had a heart attack. Doctors told me he needed a heart and a kidney transplant. In order to get on these lists to receive these surgeries he had to lose 85 lbs to be eligible. With the doctors, nutritionist at Stanford Hospital and my knowledge of food we created what is now called The Mass Meals Program.
My father was also insulin dependent diabetic, so salt was an issue.
We created a low sodium multi meal diet to help speed up metabolism.
This diet is created to loose stored fat while building lean muscle mass. With in three months we reached our goal of weight loss and reversed the need of a kidney transplant strictly with the diet. As a result of the meal plan he was able to pull and lessen up on medication. I then applied the diet to myself, friends, family, receiving amazing results.
We have put together simple ingredients, process, and program to really help people lose weight, put on lean muscle, control sugar levels, and even reverse surgeries. I have seen our diet do wonders with diabetics and pre diabetics. The key to our diet is portioned, low sodium, multi meal system.
Food Is The Answer
Disclaimer: Always consult a qualified medical professional before beginning any nutritional program or exercise program.
WHAT WE DO
Design fresh and healthy meal programs to help you reach your health goals. Use the very best ingredients that are seasonal, locally-sourced and all-natural. Prepare healthy, gourmet, hand-crafted meals. We are committed to providing personalized attention to you along with a dining experience comprised of a broad variety of bold flavors & rich textures.
WHY WE DO IT
While Medicine is the Science of Disease, we believe Nutrition is the Science of Health. Regardless of your health status, enhanced immune function & dietary nutrition, made possible by MassMeals food programs, will work towards your personal health & wellness goals.
Mass Meals Encourages:
A breakfast of oatmeal and peanut butter, a fatty meal early in the day, two alternative meals and a low-sodium shake for the last meal of the day. It is also recommended to drink at least a gallon of water every day.Get Started Today