You select the recipes you’d like to make based on your families dietary restrictions (it is gluten-free and casein-free friendly) and let their system know how often you’d like to cook, when you shop, and how many servings you’d like. Their software instantly creates a meal plan and shopping list based on your preferences, from which you can modify or add to. It is that easy!
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In simple terms, Real Plans helps you create a highly customized weekly meal plan by choosing from their database of nearly 2,000 recipes.
You can also input any additional foods you may be avoiding (great for those who have sensitivities to things like coconut or the nightshades), as well as how many servings you’d like to make and other factors that help customize your plan.
Based on your selections, Real Plans provides you with a detailed shopping list and cooking timetable along with the recipe instructions, all of which are always at your fingertips thanks to the free app that accompanies the service.
For all of those people who have been reluctant to change their diet this is the answer for you. It takes all the work and confusion out of the equation and you can sit down as often as you like to home cooked meals designed especially for you and your child. This program caters to every kind of diet out there. Stop wasting time and try it out for 1 month. Let me know what you think.
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