I had been working with a nutritionist and lost 50 pounds from June through September on my own by exercising and cooking for myself. I started losing steam in September though with 30 pounds left, because I was so tired of cooking for myself and having to think constantly about what to eat/what not to eat/when to eat/how much to eat, etc,,, it was exhausting. So I decided to give Good Measure Meals a try in October. It'sa no brainer. You pick the food up twice weekly (on Mondays and Thursdays). I take the meals out of the bag and make little stacks for each day and store them in my fridge in a line. When it's time to eat the appropriate meal, I pull it out and heat it either in the oven or on a plate in the microwave. It is delicious. It also makes you wonder how you can possibly only be eating 1,200 calories per day (the plan that I am on). This morning I had a vegetable tart covered in cheese, a turkey sausage pattie, a piece of toast with butter spread and jam, and halved apricots. I could barely even finish it all. It was incredibly filling. I haven't had a bad meal yet, and I am a picky eater. It's nutritionally sound. A team of nutritionists developed it, and there's no way I would eat this many vegetables and fruit servings on my own because of the time it would take to prepare them. I don't know what the other poster was talking about referring to ""too much bread""... there is bread sometimes (carbs are NOT bad for you!) and all of their breads are whole wheat.
Pros: No brainer, delicious and fresh gourmet food, convienent pickup locations in Atlanta
Cons: Expensive (just over $600 per month for the 7 day 1200 calorie plan)