This was posted 1 year 3 months 8 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired 15% off Lite'n'Easy Online Orders with code NY1315%

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I know this is not for everyone, but I keep some of these meals in the freezer for when I'm 2 lazy to cook & I know plenty of people that have found their programs successful.

This is mostly for people that already use Lite'n'Easy or for people thinking about starting.

Some of the meals are hit and miss, but once you find the meals you like best they are rather tasty.

Thanks


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    Don't let any house sitters eat your supply though lol

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      1 house sitter doesn't like my comment :(

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    What's the price of a meal? 15% means diddly squat to me. How does this compare to the frozen meals and other refrigerated meals at woolies?

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      Lean Cusine etc works out to be much cheaper than the frozen dinners on offer from Lite N Easy, even with the 15% off. In saying that the quality of food might be a lot better from LnE, I'm not sure I've never tried it. And there appears to be a lot more variety. For those who use it often a great saving, but for whenever I'm in the mood for a quick frozen meal from the freezer, there's cheaper options.

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      I think it was around $7 - $10 for a dinner meal (depending on the quantity you buy). The quality is very good and they have no additives (except for any in the gravy they use for example).

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    I''m a little confused, each meal is per person right? So 5 dinners would be good for 2 nights for the wife and I with one left over?

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      one night you could have 2 meals, that way you don't have to worry about who eats the 5th meal on 3rd night.

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    I recommend the dinner only option as this is what I have used in the past. They are great quality for frozen meals (and I have been unable to find anything close in the supermarkets).

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    I wouldn't do it all the time, but it is good for a cooking holiday and the meals are quite nice. You can also order additional small sized meals if you like. I think they are good, way nicer than frozen dinners, though maybe a little too much on the carbs. Good for when my partner away, or for when going to the gym after work - they take about 9 mins in the microwave I think so just enough time for a shower when you get home and then eat dinner hassle free :)

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    I have to agree that its pretty good value, as they never really discount, IMO their meals are much better than the lean cuisine or Coles home brand ones I have had from the supermarket freezer, much fresher and overall tastier and larger, and typically on or under 500 Calories.

    For those asking on price http://www.liteneasy.com.au/nova/explore_pricing_qld.html (Box on left of page has the other states and t's)

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    first world food consumption

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    Probably not a bargain if you are looking for a cheap meal but good if you want to lose weight. Better quality than lean cuisine.

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    I can see why dinners might be the best option as the others are more like snacks at times or sandwiches. Do the dinners all have to be frozen? I dont have the space for that many dinners. I know there are a lot of new type of vacuum sealed meals that dont need to be refrigerated at all and have a shelf life of 2 years.

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      They are all frozen dinners. Lunch or breakfast menus are a combination of frozen and refrigerated, with a handful of things which don't need to be (cereal, crackers etc).

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    i might be going offtopic here but for some this might be very useful information.

    i had a look at quite a few meals, and they have few to many additives in their meals. I had a look at few and they all had yeast. It's not a MSG but yeast is used as a flavour booster just like MSG.

    02 Crumbed fish
    Crumbed Fish (27%) (Fish, Breadcrumbs (Flour, Gluten, Sugar, Salt, Yeast, Vegetable Oil, Colours (100, 160c)), Flour, Vegetable Oil, Water, Thickener (1404), Starch, Salt, Dried Vegetables, Flavours, Vegetable Gum (412), Mineral Salts (450, 500)), Potatoes, Carrot, Beans, Corn, Seasoning, Sunflower Oil

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      Isn't using yeast in bread to make breadcrumbs is ok? It's not like it's been used as a separate booster.

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        it's a yeast extract which is used to boost the flavours.

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      only 27% is fish? whats the rest?

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        potatoes, carrots, beans, etc.

        I think the 27% refers to meal IN TOTAL. I may be wrong.

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    yummy microwave dinners!

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    only reason u lose weight with this is the total cals per day. look at it. 1200 1500 1800. ofc with these figs its under the majority of people's maintenance level.

    but srs nh.

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    I was on it for 6 weeks and lost 6kg. (Years ago). Kept it off too.

    The important thing you learn from the program is portion control, the right types of food to snack on and when you should eat (5-6 small meals + snacks per day). I think it's great.

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    Dinners look pretty big to me http://www.liteneasy.com.au/nova/food_dinners.html or at least not small!

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      I suspect they're using small plates and small forks in these photographs. I have no experience with eating the meals but have seen my grandparents eating them (easier for them than cooking each night) and I have noted the meals look quite small on full size dinner plates, and much larger on this website.

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    I did Lite N Easy for years (I lost over 50kgs in that time - I am even on there website with my wife who lost 30 odd kgs) By the way still kept the weight off 3 years later which is the first time ever, it teaches you portion control.

    The food is great, we still do dinners all the time and am back on it for a month after Chrissie and its easy to get back in to.

    The portion size is fairly big (I was 130kgs so knew about larger food portions) and I find it really quite fresh. It is not all microwave food (But alot of it is) but they seem to be able to make it like its not been microwaved somehow. All in all I recommend it for anyone and from personal experience is much better than Lean Cuisine and the like.

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      I agree!!!!!

      Lean Cuisine and other frozen crap from the supermarket doesnt come close to Lite N Easy!

      I'm also doing dinner option at the moment, and with a piece of fruit or salad the portion size is fine. "Normal" portion sizes these days are FAAAARRRRR too big. People scoff stuff down their throats too fast infront of tv and dont listen to their gut when it tells them they are full.

      Drink water with dinner, eat a little slower (actually chew your food, dont just seagull it!), and it wont take very long to realise how stupidly big portion sizes are these days. No wonder we are all getting fatter.

      Btw- 6kg down, and that's over last 3 months with Xmas! It really does work folks. Portion control and just a little excercise.

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    A friend bought us some of these when I was undergoing chemo and they were fantastic. Supermarket frozen meals don't come close. These tasted like real meals and even filled my hubby. Bought some recently for the in-laws when she broke her collar bone and they were very happy with them too.

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