Spend less time
meal plans and more time

Easily find, personalize and share professionally created meal plans and recipe collections with your clients.

After talking to hundreds of Health Professionals, it was clear that meal planning was a tedious, almost painstaking task but also a key to positive client outcomes.

Using Meal Garden will make creating and sharing meal information easy for you and your clients.

How it works

find the right meals

Using filters based on any combination of dietary needs, health conditions and specific macro-nutritional make-up, you’ll quickly find the meals that best suit your client.

All the meals have complete and accurate instructions and helpful notes making it easy for clients with limited culinary experience.

“What I like best about Meal Garden is the quantity and variety of healthy, whole-food recipes that allow me to put together meal plans that are both enticing and healthy.”
— Pamela Frank, Naturopathic Doctor

PErsonalize Them for your clients.

Once you’ve found what you need, Meal Garden will make it easy for you to create visibly pleasing and easy to engage with packages for your clients.

You’ll save plenty of time because Meal Garden will automatically create the necessary pre-preparation instructions, shopping lists and nutritional break-downs for you.

“I like how it can be personalized based on lifestyle, food preferences, specific nutrition needs as well as cooking interest and abilities.”
— Andrea Miller, Registered Dietician

Share it with your client

Empower your client with a flexible, mobile ready online app where they can access and interact with the meals you’ve prepared for them.

In-app communications, complimentary reading material and notes plus the ability for your clients to adjust plans and add to collections all lead towards long-term success for your clients.

“My clients love how flexible the Meal Garden system is. They can create highly customizable meal plans in minutes and they really enjoy having access to my curated collection of recipes.”
— Natalia Stasenko, Dietitian