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By Julianne Simpson
Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN
LiveFit Foods delivers healthy and fresh, chef-prepared meals directly to your door. All of the meals you’ll receive from LiveFit are made from real food and natural ingredients. You can save time in the kitchen and choose healthier options at the same time. Get started >>
What We Like
Wide selection of prepared meals to choose from including KETO, vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free
Easy to prepare: all meals can be ready in 4 minutes
No subscription necessary
What We Don’t Like
There is a $50 minimum to order
Delivery is only on Tuesdays/Thursdays (and Sundays for the GTA and London areas only)
Portion sizes can be small for some meals
LiveFit Foods Reviews
LiveFit has a wide selection of meals to fit your healthy-eating goals and lifestyle. You can choose meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and they also have options for snacks, desserts, and some grocery items.
The LiveFit website will also suggest meals for you based on your current healthy living goals, which they call “Journeys”. Some of the goals include fat loss, weight loss, and gaining muscle mass. There are also chef-prepared meals that cater to KETO, gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan diets as well as various soup and juice cleanses.
For our LiveFit reviews, we ordered Coconut Chicken with Spinach Rice, KETO Cajun Shrimp Jambalaya with Creamed Spinach, KETO Spring Roll Soup, Beyond Teriyaki BBQ Beef, and Vegan Coconut and Date Energy Bites. Get started >>
LiveFit Foods Unboxing by MealFinds
The meals arrive in an insulated cardboard box and are kept cool with a couple of ice packs. Once you receive your box, store the meals in the fridge. The meals will remain fresh for 7 days.
If you’re not planning to eat your meals within the week, you can safely store them in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Once you’re ready to eat, the meals can easily be heated right in the packaging in either the microwave or oven. We heated our meals in the microwave and then transferred them to our own plates for serving. Get started >>
Coconut Chicken with Spinach Rice
This dish is full of seasoned chicken which is simmered in a coconut tomato sauce. The chicken is served over jasmine rice with sautéed spinach.
The Coconut Chicken meal was a solid dinner option. The chicken was tender and the coconut flavour of the sauce really shone through! We would have loved to have more of the chicken! The rice and spinach were seasoned well and the texture was good after being heated in the microwave. Get started >>
KETO Cajun Shrimp Jambalaya with Creamed Cabbage
This meal is KETO friendly and is chock full of shrimp and chorizo sausage in a rich tomato sauce. The jambalaya is served alongside a bacon creamed cabbage.
The jambalaya was our favourite meal in the box. The shrimp were plump and juicy and the sausage was pleasantly spicy. Although we didn’t taste any bacon in the creamed cabbage, it was tender and paired great with the zesty tomato sauce.
We could have eaten more helpings of this delicious dish! Get started >>
KETO Spring Roll Soup
Another KETO friendly meal, the Spring Roll Soup has all of the flavours of spring roll filling in a bowl. Ground pork, cabbage, onions and red peppers are plentiful in this gluten-free soup.
This soup was bursting with flavour. It tasted exactly like the inside of a spring roll! There was plenty of ground pork and the hints of ginger and garlic were great additions to the vegetable base. This soup would make a great option for lunch. Get started >>
Beyond Teriyaki BBQ Beef
This meal offers teriyaki BBQ beef flavours with a plant-based twist. Garlicky teriyaki BBQ sauce is tossed with vegan beef and served alongside brown rice and steamed broccoli.
We went meatless for this meal and we weren’t disappointed! The Beyond Beef ground beef has its own unique flavour that worked really well with the sweet and salty teriyaki BBQ sauce. The vegan beef was piled on top of generous portions of both brown rice and broccoli. Get started >>
Vegan Coconut and Date Energy Bites
These energy bites are packed with oats and coconut and lightly sweetened with Medjool dates. They make a great on-the-go snack.
The coconut flavour really stood out in these bites, as well as the nuttiness of the oats. The sweetness from the dates was less prominent, so if you’re looking for more of a sweet treat, these balls may not be for you. Get started >>
LiveFit Foods Reviews: Cost
You don’t need a subscription to order from LiveFit, although there is a $50 minimum for ordering.
Snacks and desserts range from $2 for individual portions up to $50 for multiportion snacks
LiveFit also offers a Subscribe & Save option which lets you save up to 10% on your entire order, plus free shipping. In order to qualify for Subscribe and Save, you must have a minimum of 14 meals in your cart. You can also select how often you would like to receive deliveries and your subscription can be canceled at any time. Get started >>
You don’t need a subscription to order meals and there’s a wide variety of meals to choose from and they include KETO, vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. The meals are also so simple to prepare and can be ready in under 4 minutes.
While there isn’t a subscription required to order from LiveFit, there is a minimum order of $50. Although, you shouldn’t have any difficulties finding enough tasty meals to meet the order requirements. Some of the portion sizes may feel a bit small, but you could easily add a healthy salad to make it a larger portion. You’ll also want to plan ahead when ordering as deliveries are only made on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays (specifically for the GTA and London areas).
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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