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Paleo Box Meals Delivers Delicious, Healthy Food To Doorsteps

Everybody wants to eat healthy and stay fit, but some of the food you have to eat to do so can makes things difficult.

If this is the way you feel, Paleo Box Meals may be the remedy to your problem.

Paleo Box Meals is a healthy food delivery service which was started by Eatontown resident Rudy D'Ambrisi with the goal of creating delicious food made with quality and fresh ingredients that is also healthy.

"Paleo is based on the notion that for optimum health, modern humans should revert back to eating real, fresh, never frozen, unprocessed foods that are more beneficial and healthful to the human body," according to the Paleo Box Meals web site. "The foods that we provide are both grass-fed and organic as we acquire the freshest products in the area directly from D'Ambrisi Wholesale Foods Warehouse."

"My primary goal is for all of my customers to bask in the same positive experiences that I have had after delving into this lifestyle," D'Ambrisi said.

He started Paleo Box Meals after not getting the results he wanted during his workout routines because of the fact that he was eating processed foods. Once he did some research on paleo, he began prepping his meal in this style.

"Within a few short weeks, I shed extra body fat and my performance in the gym quickly skyrocketed," he said.

D'Ambrisi then began making the meals for his friends and families and after some positive feedback, he came up with the idea for Paleo Box Meals, which continues to expand.

"It only took a few weeks for Paleo Box Meals, our Tinton Falls area meal prep company, to grow too large for my own hands," Dambrisi said. "After hiring a team of chefs and a fleet of refrigerated trucks, I knew I was now able to serve my customers to the best of my ability."

The menu of items offered by Paleo Box Meals continues to expand as well. Some of the choices include buffalo-style chicken, boneless short ribs, grass-fed burgers infused with bacon bits and homemade chicken sausage. Sides include green beans, cauliflower rice, asparagus and sweet potatoes.

There are also weekly specials such as sausage and spinach muffin frittatas.

All the meals are flash frozen to stay fresh and just need to popped into the microwave for a few minutes before they can be eaten.

Meals must be ordered by Fridays at 10 p.m. for delivery on Sunday and Monday to your home or participating gym.

All orders can be placed by visiting www.paleoboxmeals.com.

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