If spiralized sweet potatoes infused with the nutty, rich flavor of brown butter weren’t already tasty enough; we up the flavor factor to “amazing “by adding shiitake mushrooms, leeks, sweet peas, and a touch of lemon. However, after we top this dish with a few shavings of paper-thin parmesan curls, you have yourself a fantastically flavorful gluten-free pasta dish!
Our Texas Red BBQ Chicken with Black Eyed Peas & Cilantro Rice starts with a marinade of authentic Texan spices like chipotle chilies and smoky cumin. After each juicy cut of fresh chicken has been fully infused with this rich flavor, each breast is seared on our grills to lock in that distinctive flavor, then slow finished in our ovens at a low heat.
Inspired by the warm breezes that blow off the Caribbean Sea, the sounds of crashing waves on the shores of Old Havana, and the distinctive smell of flavor-infused, char-grilled meats, our Cuban Flank Steak with Mango Steak Sauce embodies the rich tapestry of Cuban Cuisine.
Our Thai Grass-Fed Beef and Vegetables may be low in carbs, but it’s definitely not low in flavor! After one bite of this stir-fried work-of-art, you’ll wish you had ordered at least one more!
Packed with farm-fresh protein and heart-healthy fats, our Garlic Pecan Chicken Breast & Maple Glazed Carrots is yet another great example that simple and delicious make a perfect culinary marriage.
When trying to eat healthy, Mexican food may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Mexican food tends to have poor meat quality, while being high in refined carbohydrates, gluten, and additives. At Metabolic Meals, we enjoy putting our own spin on dishes that traditionally are not the best for you.
At Metabolic Meals we strive to satisfy our customers by using healthy, sustainable foods while also giving them a nutrition plan that improves health, fat-loss and performance. By strategically alternating low-carb meals with moderate-carb meals, you can improve insulin sensitivity, increase metabolic rate and have more energy to power through your day!
There are a lot of great burger ideas out there, but nothing quite compares to the good ‘ole burger and fries duo. The blend of seasoned, juicy grass-fed beef and crunchy fries is what the child in you wishes he could eat every day. Well, you (and your inner child) are in luck because our Grass-Fed Beef Burger, Garlic Aioli & Sweet Potato Home Fries is your childhood favorite all grown up.
For generations, American mothers have affectionately prepared meatloaf to fill their family’s bellies and hearts. Honestly, when you think of comfort food, can you imagine any other dish? Our chefs at Metabolic Meals took this nostalgic staple and raised the bar by incorporating high-quality ingredients like grass-fed beef, gluten-free old-fashioned oats, free-range eggs and fresh herbs and spices. And if that blend of top-notch ingredients weren’t enough, our Executive Chef personally prepared a slow simmered, grass-fed beef bone broth to bathe each hearty serving of meatloaf – adding even more of that home-cooked experience.
It’s a new year, and with it comes resolutions to eat healthy and lose weight. When people think of the word “diet,” they think restrictions. Diets today are built on the idea that you have to exclude certain foods or macronutrients (protein, fat, or carbohydrates) to achieve optimal health or lose body fat. Each diet contains different “off limit” foods. For example, a paleo diet contains an extensive list of foods that are approved or to be avoided — items like grains, legumes, dairy, sugar, and alcohol.
The past few years have seen a shift away from specific diets and an increased focus on calories and macronutrient goals. This approach to nutrition is known as flexible dieting or “If It Fits Your Macros” (IIFYM) and gives you the chance to enjoy your favorite foods — within reason — instead of excluding them. The basic premise of IIFYM is that you have a target calorie, macronutrient, and fiber goal for the day. Once you’ve calculated your macros, the foods you choose are up to you based on your dietary preference.