After giving Diet-to-Go a fair trial, I decided it was time for this meal delivery kit service to go (excuse the pun!). It was relatively easy to cancel my Balance plan subscription, although it took slightly more effort than some of the other meal delivery kit services on the market.
Even with all of Diet-to-Go’s benefits, which I write about in my full-length review, this diet meal plan can leave something to be desired if you’re looking for cheaper, fresher, or vegan meals.
Fresh n’Lean’s meal plans, for example, work for most dietary requirements like Paleo and Keto. What’s more, all its meals are organic, free-range, and gluten-free. On the other hand, Veestro’s weight-loss meal plan is completely vegan, while Nutrisystem’s diet plans are, on the whole, cheaper than Diet-to-Go’s.
I’ll talk a bit more about alternatives later, but first, back to canceling your Diet-to-Go subscription.
You have two choices: call the helpline or send an email. Personally, I want to spend as little time on the phone as possible, so I just shot off a quick email and it was taken care of with no problems.
As with all meal delivery service subscriptions, you have to cancel your membership by a specific time or risk being charged for a delivery you don’t want, and certainly don’t want to pay for. With Diet-to-Go, you have until Monday at 12 pm EST to cancel if you've chosen the local pickup option, or Friday at 12 pm EST if you’ve gone for the home delivery route.
Finding the right meal delivery plan can take a little bit of trial and error – especially when it comes to meeting your health goals! If Diet-to-Go isn’t the one for you, there’s likely another company out there that’s an even better fit for your lifestyle, budget, and taste.
To help you in your quest for the perfect diet meal plan, here are three of the top Diet-to-Go alternatives well worth trying out.
No matter which plan you choose, you’ll get a delivery of fresh meals every Friday in fully recyclable packaging. Store them in the fridge, then heat them for three minutes when you’re ready to eat, and you’re all set. If you only want to order meals for lunch, simply deselect the breakfast and dinner options – ideal if you want the flexibility to cook some meals yourself or eat out.
While you can choose the best plan for your needs, you can’t pick specific meals, so if you like to have full control over what you’re eating, this might not be the company for you. However, if you’re willing to let go and see what you get, it’s well worth giving Fresh n’Lean a try.
Veestro is so healthy, just writing about it makes me feel like I’m doing my body good!
The meals are made with mostly (96%) organic ingredients. They’re non-GMO, vegan, and cooked by chefs in Los Angeles. There’s plenty to love here. Given that its main selling point is it’s vegan, you might think there wouldn’t be any further breakdown, however you can choose specific plant-based plans depending on your goals, like Veestro’s Weight Loss Plan.
I tested Veestro to find out what this plant-based meal delivery service had to offer. To see what I thought, read my full-length review here.
Nutrisystem is big on choices. Lots of choices. While it can be a bit overwhelming figuring out exactly what you want to eat, it tends to be cheaper than many of the other weight-loss plans. Taking time to narrow down exactly what you want is well worth it.
Find out more about my experience in my Nutrisystem review
When it comes to dieting, there are lots of meal plans out there, each offering something slightly different. If Diet-to-Go isn’t working for you, it’s easy to pause or cancel your orders and try something else instead.