Each diet plan selected can be customised according to things such as your personal statistics, current physical condition and activity levels. It can be personalised to whether you are a vegan or not, if you have any allergies such as gluten, also including the option for halal and kosher recipes only. You can even tell the planner that you prefer to only drink smoothies or a smaller meal in the morning. Once your diet plan is set up, the meal planner automatically finds recipes to match the diet plan criteria. Have a look at the suggested recipes that are produced for you automatically and adjust until you get what is right for you.
Your Personal Diet Planner
Use Our Automatic Meal Planner To Serve Up Recipes For Your Personalized Meal Plan. Create Diet Plans For Weight Loss, Bodybuilding, Paleo, Vegan, Keto, Custom Macros and much more!
Frequently Asked Questions
This depends mainly on how fast your weight loss is. If you notice that your weight loss has started to stall you made need to set up a new plan with a lower calorie requirement (or increase your daily activity instead and stick with the same plan).
We suggest that you eat the number of meals that you are comfortable eating and that fits into your daily schedule. Normally, we recommended 3 meals a day and a healthy snack or two. If you are an athlete it may be worth paying a bit more attention to the timing of your nutrition before and after training sessions.
To lose weight you don’t necessarily have to go to the gym but we would recommend at least trying to be more active during the day and increasing the amount of walking you do. Best results tend to come from people who also undertake a basic weight training and cardiovascular exercise programme. The main point to take away here though is that you don’t need to exercise excessively to get results!
Custom Diet Plans For Your Needs
Custom Nutritional Targets
We take the hard work out of setting up your nutritional targets but in some cases you may want to make some adjustments.
Once your diet is set up we allow you to edit the nutritional targets for each individual day.
Adjust a huge amount of criteria from calories, protein, fats, carbohydrates, sugar, fibre and much more.
Does your meal plan need to be Vegan, Gluten-free, Halal or is subject to any other form of dietary restriction?
By adjusting our Ingredient Filter you can program the automatic generator to only find foods suitable for your personal needs
Adjust Meal Preferences
Would you prefer your main meal of the day to be lunch?
Would you rather have your breakfast to be a meal replacement drink because you don’t have much time in the morning?
You can adapt our recipe finder settings to ensure that we find the most appropriate recipes.
Save Time & Eat Better
This is where we make things much easier for you...
Calorie counting or setting yourself any other nutritional targets is no use if you don’t know what to eat.
We take this issue away by doing all the calculations for you and provide you with a full week’s worth of recipes tailored to both your nutritional and personal needs!
Powerful Recipe Search
Instead of using our automatic recipe finder you may wish to enter recipes manually.
We allow you to do this with the help of our powerful recipe search tool.
You can set the criteria to return any type of recipe you wish, including only returning recipes that do or don’t contain a particular ingredient we also let you search recipes by all their nutritional values.
After your meal plan has been created you can check out our shopping basket function which lets you know all the ingredients you need to make the recipes and how much of them.
Once you are happy with the list and have removed any ingredients you don’t need you can then export the shopping list to a PDF for you to either print off or have on your phone when you go to do your shopping.
Choose A Diet Plan Right For You
Flexible dieting is our recommended diet plan for the majority of people. Many alternative diets are very prescriptive, with very rigid rules and little compatibility with people’s tastes and preferences. There are some rules of course but as the name suggests, the rules are nowhere near as rigid as other diets tend to be. Flexible dieting opens up people’s choices as there is little emphasis on making people only eat certain types of food (although eating a variety of foods and vegetables is encouraged). The diet is essentially based on establishing a daily calorie target (the most important factor in weight control) and slightly looser target ranges for Protein, Carbohydrates and Fats whilst still allowing you to eat the foods you enjoy.Read more
The 5:2 diet is a weight loss diet. Essentially you eat the same amount of calories you would usually have to maintain your current bodyweight for 5 days a week and on the remaining 2 days you eat very few calories (almost fasting). This will result in a weekly calorie deficit that helps you lose weight whilst still eating “normally” for the majority of the week. The diet is quite easy to adhere to compared to many other diet plans and makes some social situations easier if you occasionally go out for dinner with other people who aren’t dieting.Read more
The Zone Diet is best known as a weight loss diet (although it remains popular with many crossfit athletes who are looking to maintain or gain weight for sport performance purposes). To follow the diet you need to stick to a set ratio of 40% of your daily calories coming from carbohydrates, 30% from protein and the remaining 30% from fats. Although we allow you to choose how many meals and snacks you wish to have the diet recommends that you have 3 main meals and 2 snacks or 5 smaller meals each day.Read more
We provide meal plans for the first two phases of the Atkins Diet. The first phase of the Atkins Diet is essentially a Protein Sparing Modified Fast (read more here). It is a very rapid, but short term method of losing weight and almost entirely involves only eating high protein foods and vegetables for a period of 2 weeks. This diet may be difficult to follow on a vegetarian diet (without mainly consuming meal replacement drinks) and if you still wish to follow the Atkins Diet it may be best to start on Phase 2 instead.Read more
Our low fat diet meal plans are overall very similar to the Flexible Dieting meal plans except there is an emphasis on the plan containing lower levels of fat. This plan is flexible and is suitable for weight loss, weight maintenance and weight gain.Read more
Our low carb diet meal plans are overall very similar to the Flexible Dieting meal plans except there is an emphasis on the plan containing lower levels of carbohydrates. This plan is flexible and is suitable for weight loss, weight maintenance and weight gain. If you undertake large amounts of exercise or you are a vegan this may not be suitable for you.Read more
The protein sparing modified fast diet (PSMF) is a very low calorie diet, based on a prolonged fast, and is used for rapid weight loss. With a typical calorie allowance below 1,000 per day, its intention is to induce a state called ‘ketosis’, where the body is forced to utilise its fat stores as fuel. Calories would largely be drawn from lean protein sources, with minimal amounts from fats and carbohydrates. The high amount of protein helps reduce muscle loss and wastage.Read more
This is the traditional macro nutrient split used, and still used, by many who wish to follow a diet to compliment their bodybuilding training. The macro nutrient split is 40% Protein, 40% Carbohydrate and 20% Fat of total daily calories. In our meal wizard we have built in a little more flexibility to these percentages in order to make the diet easier to follow.Read more
This is the best option for people that want total control over all aspects of their diet plan and nutritional targets. If you prefer to set up your own completely custom diet plan from scratch or wish to find meals that fit the criteria and macros that your nutritionist has given you then this meal planner is for you.Read more