|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 06:07 AM EDT||
BOCA RATON, Fla., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fresh Meal Plan, Florida's fastest growing at-home meal delivery company, is lifting the veil on what NFL players really eat. In this case, the Miami Dolphins menu is in the spotlight, as the team's first scrimmage is scheduled for August 3rd and Fresh Meal Plan (FMP), the team's official meal plan provider, is assisting them in getting physically primed to play the season - Paleo style.
"At any given home game, we cumulatively feed the Miami Dolphins and their coaching staff a hefty 90 lbs. of grass fed bison, 60 lbs. of chicken, 80 lbs. of sweet potatoes, 60 lbs. of fresh spinach, and 40 lbs. of fresh broccoli," says Fresh Meal Plan CEO, Marc Elkman. "A tall order, but nothing our kitchen can't handle," he says, "especially when you take into consideration that we've been producing the team's meals in and out-of-season for three years now, and all the while still servicing our 2,250 non-NFL clients each day."
Knowing that eating a nutritionally sound diet can add years to an athletes' career, the company's goal is to keep each Dolphin properly fueled both pregame and post-game, and #91, Cameron Wake, Three-time All Pro and a Dolphin's DE, couldn't agree more.
"NFL players can suffer multiple physical injuries throughout a season, so we have to stay as flexible and conditioned as possible," says Wake. "Eating right - before and after each game - is just as paramount to our health as our daily workouts are."
So what else does a Dolphin eat besides pounds and pounds of meat, poultry and salad? Paleo Coconut Cakes, of course. "Yes, even tough athletes can appreciate a delectable dessert," quips Cameron.
For more information on Fresh Meal Plan and their offerings, visit them online at www.freshmealplan.com. To schedule an interview with CEO, Mark Elkman, or Executive Chef, Patrick Delaney, contact the Media Representative below.
About Fresh Meal Plan
Founded in 2011, Fresh Meal Plan is Florida's fastest growing home meal delivery program that hand-delivers freshly prepared meals to its clients' doorsteps two to three times per week. Serving Traditional, Paleo and Vegetarian choice plans, each meal typically contains between 350-450 calories. Fresh' dishes are never frozen, canned or packaged, and contain no additives or preservatives. Currently available in South Florida and Orlando, Fresh Meal Plan will be debuting delivery to the Tampa / St. Petersburg market in the summer of 2014, with the long-term goal of servicing the greater New York City area by Spring of 2015. For more information on Fresh Meal Plan, or its founders Marc Elkman and Patrick Delaney, please visit www.freshmealplan.com.
SOURCE Fresh Meal Plan
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