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3 Healthy Food Options Delivered To Your Door

04/01/2010 12:53 | Updated 22 May 2015

With obesity levels still on the rise in children, now is as good a time as any to embark on a healthy eating diet for you and your family.

Easier said than done when you've just spend the last few weeks on a diet of giant roast dinners, chocolate, and Baileys.

One of the simplest ways to improve your diet is to ensure you get at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables each day.

For your convenience, I've rounded up the best options for kick starting that healthy diet, and they all deliver right to your door.

I've been a fan of Graze for a couple of years now. Graze is a recyclable box filled with healthy snacks of your choice. The box is small enough to fit through your mailbox, so you can get it delivered at home or to your workplace.

Each box contains up to 3 portions of your fruit and vegetables a day, and is supported by the NHS 5-a-day campaign.

The snack range includes fresh fruit, olives, dried fruit and nuts, seeds and savoury snacks and costs from £2.99 (about the cost of an average shop-bought lunch). The first box is half price too, or use my discount code of J2199KP for your first box free!

Abel and Cole have been around for over 20 years, and is the supermarket alternative for anyone tight on time. All of their products are sourced locally and seasonally, and they offer a wide variety of organic products.

Have a look at their organic children's food range for the kids, and the fruit and vegetable boxes for a healthy alternative to the office donuts. They've even got a specific box for weaning toddlers and babies for £10.95

For a luxurious treat for you, head to Soulmatefood's website. The company offers you the opportunity to choose a diet menu based on your needs, and they'll send over all the meals you'll need.

It's not cheap, starting at £25 per day, but it takes the effort and shopping out of sticking to a weight loss diet. The food itself looks surprisingly tasty too.

They've also got healthy diets for pregnant women to ensure they get the best nutrition possible for their baby, and one for post-baby bodies too.

Got any other healthy eating options that get delivered straight to your door? Let us know!

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