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LOSING WEIGHT HAS NEVER BEEN SO EASY, TASTY OR AFFORDABLE

Our dedicated culinary team of chefs and dietitians do all the cooking and prep work for you. Allowing you to quickly reach your goals in the most delicious way - without even feeling like you're on a diet.
With more than 60 delicious, nutritious dishes to choose from, you really can make this the year you lose weight and keep it off. Pop by one of our 80 stores to grab breakfast, lunch or dinner to go.

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What’s Up With Sodium?

Americans are consuming up to 6,000 mg of sodium a day and the majority of that sodium comes from eating highly processed and packaged foods.

This is well above the American Heart Associationrecommendation of 1,500 mg to at most 2,300 mg a day. Current research is discovering dozens of connections between disease and excessive salt consumption, but hypertension or high blood pressure remains one of the more serious side effects. 1 out of 3 Americans have hypertension which can cause silent tissue damage for years until causing a heart attack, stroke, or even kidney failure.

My Fit Foods is committed to offering delicious, low-sodium meals.  We are rolling out an updated menu across the nation featuring an overall 30% decrease in sodium. Read More>

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My Fit Foods' Fit Tip

What’s Up With Sodium?

Americans are consuming up to 6,000 mg of sodium a day and the majority of that sodium comes from eating highly processed and packaged foods.

This is well above the American Heart Associationrecommendation of 1,500 mg to at most 2,300 mg a day. Current research is discovering dozens of connections between disease and excessive salt consumption, but hypertension or high blood pressure remains one of the more serious side effects. 1 out of 3 Americans have hypertension which can cause silent tissue damage for years until causing a heart attack, stroke, or even kidney failure.

My Fit Foods is committed to offering delicious, low-sodium meals.  We are rolling out an updated menu across the nation featuring an overall 30% decrease in sodium. Read More>