Urban Remedy brings a 3-day keto meal kit to Silicon Valley – for $210

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The keto diet is soaring in popularity in the startup mecca Silicon Valley. And if you’re too busy working to have time planning out your meals, you can now buy a 3-day keto meal kit by Urban Remedy.

So how much is it? Only a pricey $210, meaning a cool $2,000 per month:

Business Insider: Silicon Valley’s favorite diet is now available in a three-day meal kit that costs $210 — we gave it a try

This is not likely to help remedy the perception that a keto diet is expensive. However, it really does not have to be. Check out our guide to low carb and keto on a budget.

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3 comments

  1. Cate Sier
    Keto seems to be working so far, but with limited food choices that are quick and easy to prepare. What do working people do when they don’t have time to create all these fancy keto recipes? Every keto website promotes weekly meal planning and shopping and a batch of recipes- some even charge a fee to send you this already prepared! I don’t have a lot of leisure time outside of work, parents, seriously ill adult children and my grandchildren. I take an hour to myself in the morning to do some yoga, prepare my breakfast and lunch, and get ready for work. Weekends are not much different. How about a meal plan that doesn’t require preparing lengthy recipes or odd ingredients to help put those that just need something they can easily prepare and eat.
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  2. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Keto seems to be working so far, but with limited food choices that are quick and easy to prepare. What do working people do when they don’t have time to create all these fancy keto recipes? Every keto website promotes weekly meal planning and shopping and a batch of recipes- some even charge a fee to send you this already prepared! I don’t have a lot of leisure time outside of work, parents, seriously ill adult children and my grandchildren. I take an hour to myself in the morning to do some yoga, prepare my breakfast and lunch, and get ready for work. Weekends are not much different. How about a meal plan that doesn’t require preparing lengthy recipes or odd ingredients to help put those that just need something they can easily prepare and eat.

    Most of our meal plans call for having dinner leftovers for lunch the next day specifically to help cut down on time in the kitchen! These are also lunches that pack and heat well.
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/recipes/lunch

  3. Pat
    I have never in my life spent less time cooking and preparing food than on keto. So simple, fast and delicious. Examples: I prepare a large bunch of pulled pork in a slow cooker - then I have meat for a whole week or longer. Every morning I add some spinach, asparagus, olive oil, avocado. That's all I eat with occasional slice of cheese here and there. Even simpler option: replace pulled pork with pieces of fried bacon and hard boiled eggs.

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