Eat healthy with new meal prepping business in La Jolla
by DAKOTA CAMPAGNA 
Published - 03/18/19 - 10:56 AM | 1891 views | 3 3 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Surf & Turf: Grilled locally sourced flat iron steak, sautéed jumbo shrimp, seasoned green beans, winter squash mash, and homemade chimichurri. 

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Surf & Turf: Grilled locally sourced flat iron steak, sautéed jumbo shrimp, seasoned green beans, winter squash mash, and homemade chimichurri. Courtesy photo
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Peak Fitness Meals is a new food delivery service in La Jolla Cove, on Prospect Street. Started by Brendan and Abby Cleary, the business was first rooted in Denver before branching out to San Diego. “We first started meal prepping just for neighbors in the apartment community,” said Abby Cleary. “We were cooking out of our small studio apartment kitchen, and within just a week we started getting orders from all these random people around Denver, so we very quickly moved into a big commercial kitchen.”

There are three kinds of diet meal plans to choose from, based on peoples’ different kinds of lifestyles: Classic, Paleo, and Keto, according to Peak Fitness San Diego's website. The Classic meal plan is designed for those who would like to “maintain their current weight.” The Paleo meal plan is designed to “help you lose body fat and tone up.” The Keto meal plan is designed to “induce a state of ketosis, ideal for reaching your fitness goals.” Each meal plan ranges between $10 and $14 dollars, and you have options to choose between one meal a day, all the way up to five.

While the Clearys have always been in athletics and physically active throughout their whole lives, healthy eating and being fit isn’t their primary motivation behind this business. “We’re mainly passionate about helping people,” said 
Abby Cleary. “Our services help so many people save time, save money, and lose weight. Meal prepping also saves food from going to waste.”


They are always staying busy, as they have over one hundred clients, as well as a kitchen staff that they manage, so there is no time for relaxation. They have a kitchen team who works overnight on Saturdays that prep the meals for Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. They then work again overnight on Wednesdays to prep the meals for Thursday and Friday, all to be sent out for delivery to clients. They deliver twice a week, and only locally, in both San Diego and Denver.

Peak Fitness prides itself on a few factors in regards to other meal prep companies. “One of the things that makes us stand out compared to others is that we actually don’t have any freezer storage,” said Cleary. “We really pride ourselves on freshness. All of our produce and protein is delivered to our kitchen the day that it gets prepped and cooked.”

For more information on how to begin a new, healthy lifestyle through meal prepping, check out the Peak Fitness Meals San Diego website at peakfitnessmealssandiego.com.
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Lindsey12345
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March 18, 2019
This makes me happy to read!! I absolutely LOVE Peak Fitness Meals -- Super convenient, Extra Delicious, and Reliably healthy :) The constant changing menu is a big win for me - I love the variety so I never get bored with my meals. No preparation required -- pop it in the microwave or reheat on the stove for a banging meal in under 5 minutes.
EilahMae323
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March 18, 2019
I'm so happy to see this write up on Peak Fitness Meals! I go to the gym with the owners and they are such good, hard working people. A lot of members at the gym have been using their service. I haven't tried their hot meals yet but their nut butter balls are sooo yummy!
Libby4361
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March 18, 2019
My cousin uses this service in Denver so I signed up for Peak Fitness Meals a month ago when I found out they have a second location here in San Diego. I've already lost 8 pounds!! The food is delicious!
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