Poor nutrition is the leading cause of illness in this country.
It is also one of the main lifestyle risk factors for developing a chronic condition. Many people undervalue what they eat and its impact on their overall health. Smart nutrition choices can help control chronic illnesses such as:
Medications, treatments and doctor and hospital visits related to chronic diseases can be costly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 90% of the nation’s $4.1 trillion in annual health care spending are for people with chronic and mental health conditions.
Mom’s Meals Chronic Care Program
A chronic care meals program is designed to prevent hospital admissions through medically tailored nutrition.
By identifying individuals or groups who are at an increased risk for emergency department and in patient use and then providing chronic care meals, it can help:
- Bring their condition under control
- Prevent avoidable hospitalizations
- Remain independent in their home
Those who receive our meals can count on:
- The power of choice, so they actually eat the meals they receive
- Nationwide delivery to any address
- Tailored nutrition solutions with nine condition-specific menus to support recovery
- Standard-setting Quality and Safety Made with high-quality ingredients and uncompromising food safety, meals will keep in the refrigerator for 14 days
- Convenient ready-to-heat-and-eat meals
Medically Tailored Meals
With nine condition-specific menus and 60+ meal options, there are numerous tasty choices to make. Designed by professional chefs and registered dietitians in USDA-approved kitchens, all our medically tailored meals are made with high-quality ingredients.
Designed by professional chefs and registered dietitians. Meals taste great and support the nutritional needs of most common chronic conditions.
Meals are packaged for storage in the fridge for up to 14 days. Heat, eat and enjoy in minutes.
Meals are delivered to any address, nationwide.
Select meals from an array of options based on preferences and needs.*
*Initial deliveries will have a variety of meals based on dietary preferences.
We understand your clients and treat them like they are part of our family.
I just wanted to tell you how easy it is to make your tasty meals for dinner each night. Three days a week, I come home from dialysis tired and hungry. In less than five minutes from fridge to plate, I have a great tasting meal ready to eat. My husband has diabetic diet needs and I have renal diet needs, so we order our meals and put them in the fridge separately. Mom’s Meals makes mealtime a lot easier in our household.
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