If your primary goal is to find a diet program-centric meal delivery service that’s not Freshology for a change but something more specific and allergy-friendly, then BistroMD is for you.
For starters, they have an FDA-approved gluten-free meal plan, something which Freshology is unable to provide. Adding to that, BistroMD has a vegan meal program too with meals that are 100% free of dairy, eggs, meat, and fish. Again, Freshology lacks a vegan menu.
Just like Freshology, BistroMD focuses on reducing the total number of calories we consume every day. It offers frozen meals that cater to a wide variety of health concerns such as heart health, diabetes, keto, low carb, menopause, low sodium, and metabolic reset.
Nutrisystem offers weight loss-friendly premade meals, just like Freshology and BistroMD. Therefore, for some people, it is not easy to choose one over the other. But there are noteworthy differences between Freshology and Nutrisystem that have an impact.
For example, Nutrisystem has gender-specific diet plans for men and women. Both plans emphasize weight loss and weight management. Additionally, they feature meal plans for diabetes, a meal plan for people over 55, and a partner program that serves 2 servings each per meal.
I would say that Nutrisystem is more weight loss-oriented as they allow you to enter your gender, height, and weight to provide you with an accurate weight loss meal plan.
I also found that Nutrisystem’s meals are relatively higher in protein value than Freshology. But both follow a similar structure of eating times, portion size, and delivery windows.
Freshology and Diet-to-Go have more similarities than differences. So, when you talk about the better choice for menu variety, price, customization, prep time, and delivery, it’s a tie between both meal delivery services.
Diet-to-Go offers meal plans for a balanced diet, low-carb diet, Mediterranean diet, and vegetarian. On the plus side, both Diet-To-Go and Freshology offer meal plans specific to women and men.
For weight loss, women require a daily caloric consumption of 1,200 calories per day. For men, it’s just a little higher up to 1,600 calories per day.
Both meal services allow swapping out meals, low-prep meal options, and somewhere between 10 and 35 meals per week, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.