Is BistroMD Worth The Cost?





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Published on May 22, 2011

What up world?!?! I was asked a good question by my uncle Jay, and the question was available for everyone to see on one of my many facebook wall posts. Here is the question from my uncle Jay.

"I noticed the site is $180 for meals and snacks for one person for 7 days. Question? Why not just buy the food and cook it?!"

Since I had already asked myself this question beforehand I was prepared for it. I presented my argument to BistroMD prior to this event, and they made sense to me. We then thought it would be a good idea to make a video on the subject. Hence the video you see here was created.

Comments • 9

Interesting video, thanks for sharing. I liked you sharing the cost of vegetables, but could you not have shared the cost of the chicken and other items you bought? It would help viewers see what you really spent for your meals (minus, of course, time, prep, etc.). Good for you, btw, I'm looking into this for my mother in law, who is full of self-hate because she cannot seem to lose the weight she wants to.
This comment is for people looking to lose weight. When u actually make a plan like sit down for a good 2 hrs and think. Think about one meal plan that means breakfast lunch dinner and one snack idea. Then write the foods for those categories, make a list and eat the same thing everyday. Make sure you are getting your vitamins if not then get a multivitamin. Workout and in a year you will see damn I lost so much weight. Fitness is a lifestyle
Michael Duff
People underestimate how important it is to really enjoy the food you're eating when you're on a diet. The cost is pretty high but if the alternative is cheating or not dieting I'm willing to pay it. And that's how you put a kid in a video by the way. Adorable.
It would be a shame for you not to melt fat when these other people do it easily with Fat Blast Blueprint (Google it).
Hey, Frank, i recently subscribed but gonna have to disagree with you on this one. The video comes off like you're pitching a product as do some of the comments below. You're talking 750$ a month just for frozen foods with high sodium. You could get healthy choice with half the sodium for 1$ a meal, 3 meals a day 3x30 days that's 90$ a month with half the sodium. That's 660$ a month or ~$8000 dollars a year saved. I've lost 50lbs of fat so far eating 1$ meals, great progress though =)
Leona Rodriguez
but...i love to see men in the store grocery shopping :/
ur so adorable. i couldnt pay attention
Mimi Holtz
I agree with you! I was shopping/cooking/cleaning up for my adult children and husband. Now they are taking care of themselves (as they should) and I am able to do things I enjoy with the time I save. Add the savings in gas (I'm not driving to the grocery store) as well as the reduced stress. I was even able to have the meals shipped to another state when I had to go to take care of my mother after surgery. I'm losing weight, am wearing smaller clothes, and continue to enjoy the meals. 
Priscilla Charite
Hey this was really informative. I have been thinking about signing up for this but I feel like I never know if it is really helpful. 
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