|By PR Newswire||
|January 6, 2014 06:00 AM EST||
NAPLES, Fla., Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading diet delivery service, bistroMD, has been rated the Top Meal Delivery Diet Program, by NextAdvisor.
BistroMD was the only company to receive a perfect 5 star review by NextAdvisor, and was titled the industry leader in home diet delivery for taste, nutrition and ingredients. BistroMD was rated number one in the matchup against other companies including Diet to Go, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, Medifast as well as 17 Day Diet Delivery, a sister brand to bistroMD, who received second place with 4.5 stars.
The head-to-head taste test conducted by NextAdvisor.com is part of their annual, independent review of the best diet delivery companies. Twelve individuals participated in this blind taste test over a three-day period, rating each dish for taste and appearance. Each individual rated the meals numerically on a scale from 1 to 10 with one rating for taste and one for appearance.
BistroMD is no stranger to the diet meal delivery arena. As a leader in the diet delivery industry, the company possesses the combination of expert knowledge on the topic of weight loss, as well as the proven ability to deliver the highest quality great-tasting food. BistroMD's founding physician, Caroline J. Cederquist explains the success found using the program, explaining, "At bistroMD we use the nutritional platform I have developed for my patients and deliver entrees that perfectly fit my proven science for healthy weight loss. These entrees provide more than calorie control; they are nutritionally balanced to allow your body to target fat."
BistroMD provides weekly delivery of physician-designed, chef prepared entrees. Members enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner for under $25 a day delivered right to their door.
For additional information about the NextAdvisor 2014 taste test awards, please visit http://www.nextadvisor.com/diet_services/index.php or to learn more about bistroMD, please visit www.bistroMD.com, www.facebook.com/bistroMD and www.twitter.com/bistroMD.
About Dr. Cederquist:
Dr. Caroline Cederquist is a board certified bariatric and family practice physician whose expertise is in metabolic correction. Dr. Cederquist began her career as a family practice physician, and after observing that too many of the problems faced by her patients were directly related to their weight, she developed bistroMD. BistroMD challenges the popular notion that dieting involves sacrifice in terms of food choices, taste and convenience by providing great-tasting real food. Utilizing Dr. Cederquist's unique nutritional foundation, bistroMDhas emerged as the clear leader in diet delivery and specialty meals programs in America. Dr. Cederquist is a past trustee on the board of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians and has been a guest on national daytime television shows including Dr. Phil.
BistroMD was conceived from Dr. Cederquist's real-life experience working with patients who have struggled with their weight their whole lives and are sick of fad diets, misinformation and mixed messaging on how to lose weight and keep it off. They are hungry for a lifelong solution that tastes delicious and satisfies their appetite for real and fresh food. With the convenience-centric working professional in mind, bistroMD delivers fresher than fresh delectable entrees right to one's door. The care given to every entree that the bistroMD chefs create, coupled with an individualized and ongoing consultation with one of bistroMD's Registered Dietitians, is a winning combination in achieving safe, successful and educated weight loss without feeling deprived of great taste.
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