A review of Pinnacle eAt food delivery service
Healthy eating isn’t just a fad—it’s a lifestyle change which starts from self-motivation, and builds up from encouragement in results. So when we came across Pinnacle eAt, a healthy meal delivery service, we put our self discipline to the test. Cha Siu Papers Times’ Faye Bradley tried Pinnacle eAt for one week’s worth of meals.
About Pinnacle eAt
Pinnacle eAt believes in flavours, varieties and nutrients in supporting a journey towards healthy diet and lifestyle. The meal delivery service offers four macro and calorie-calculated meal options each day—which includes meat, seafood, and two vegetarian meals, using a balanced mix of Asian and Western cuisine to cater for every palette. The service is flexible too, with options to accommodate for any allergy or dietary restrictions and if desired, low-carb and no-carb meals.
Pinnacle eAt provides door-to-door service from Monday to Friday and delivery is made between 9:30am and 12:30pm.
How it Works
Pinnacle eAt sends a link each week and the normal cut off time is Wednesday midnight the week before. We picked our personal goals on the initial form which gave options for building muscle, body conditioning or losing weight. My goal was to lose weight and my partner chose the same option. When you receive the menu link, you can choose up to four meals, and each day has options for meat, seafood, and two vegetarian dishes. Each week the menu changes so the following photos are for reference.
Here are some of our favourites during the week…
Chicken Pesto Bowl
Male: 601kCal (56g protein, 34g calories, 27g fat)
Female: 511kCal (47g protein, 29g calories, 23g fat)
Thai Style Fried Seafood Spaghetti with Celtuce & Bean Sprout
Male: 601kCal (43g protein, 62g calories, 18g fat)
Female: 511kCal (36g protein, 55g calories, 15g fat)
Chickpea Falafel with Tomato, Cucumber and Cumin Turmeric Couscous
Male: 490kCal (21g protein, 93g calories, 4g fat)
Female: 416kCal (18g protein, 79g calories, 3g fat)
Black Truffle Mushroom Risotto with Asparagus and Edamame
Male: 551kCal (18g protein, 91g calories, 7g fat)
Female: 441kCal (14g protein, 73g calories, 5g fat)
Barbecued Chicken Whole Wheat Wrap
Male: 604kCal (48g protein, 42g calories, 37g fat)
Female: 513kCal (41g protein, 36g calories, 29g fat)
Vegan Goulash with Cous Cous
Male: 472kCal (15g protein, 79g calories, 11g fat)
Female: 401kCal (12g protein, 67g calories, 9g fat)
Although we had chosen weight loss as the personal goal, the meals were not bland at all and were completely energy sufficient. This is the first time that I have properly tried a meal plan so it was encouraging to see that it is achievable and self-sustaining to live on a healthy meal plan. There are obvious benefits with having a meal plan—time constraints and letting the experts do it for you, but it is of course great to learn what works best for you as an individual on a fitness journey.
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