Chow Club - Past Boxes
So you want to try the surprise monthly meal box, but you just can't handle certain flavors, or you want some of the surprise gifts but didn't order in time - this is for YOU!
Grab one of our past boxes. Only certain ones are available and only in limited quantities, we also only have the 30 meal option. The specific contents of these boxes CANNOT be changed, meaning you are not able to ask for flavor swaps or exchanges, sorry. Unfortunately, the past boxes do not include any of the benefits that come with subscribing to the Chow Club, like free shipping or access to secret new stuff. To get those benefits, you'll want to subscribe to the regular Chow Club monthly box.
Also unlike our regular Chow Club, this particular product CAN be returned, but only if ALL of the components are intact and unused. If you have questions about what that means, please contact our customer service team. These ship right away.
What's in the previous boxes? Check out some of these videos or look at the photo that accompanies the month you select (we do not have a written list of the contents of each box, sorry).
What is “Keto”?
If carbohydrates are available, your body will burn that first. If carbs are not available, your body will burn fat & your fat stores! “Keto” (scientifically known as “Nutritional Ketosis” but usually referred to as just “keto” or a “ketogenic diet”) involves restricting your diet to moderate protein, very low carbohydrates and high fat. It’s similar to the the Atkins diet, but with more solid science. When you are consuming enough protein to keep muscles happy, restricting carbohydrates as low as possible and making up the rest of your calories in fat, your body switches into a fat burning mode. Your liver will begin converting fats into energy molecules known technically as “ketone bodies” – which is where the name of the diet comes from. People end up with MORE energy and vitality on a ketogenic diet. Muscle cells are finally gaining energy instead of all the fuel getting stored away in fat cells because of insulin, specifically insulin resistance.