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Weight loss meal preps delivery
Chef-crafted, low calorie diet food,

delivered anywhere in Switzerland and Liechtenstein

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How does low calorie diet foods delivery work?

Enjoy low calorie meals, make your diet last
Choose your diet and meals

Choose your diet and meals

Balanced, Low carb, Keto

Our chefs cook

Our chefs cook

with seasonal ingredients

Delivery by SwissPost

Delivery by SwissPost

in a special cooler box

Warm up in minutes

Warm up in minutes

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Design principles of meal preps for weight loss

  • Keto and low-carb meals
  • Meals – designed by our nutritionist and cooked by our chefs with gastronomic training
  • 300 to 450 kcal per dish
  • Recipes full of taste and flavour
  • Ingredients cooked to perfection by our chefs
  • Compostable vacuum-packed sachets preserve the chef’s expertise and freshness.
  • Easy to warm up in a bain-marie in the microwave

 

Successful weight loss starts with delicious food

Low-carb, low-calorie meals 300-450 kcal
Keto meals <br> 10-20g carbs

Keto meals
10-20g carbs

Poultry, fish and lean meat with vegetables

Low Carb meals <br>20-35g carbs

Low Carb meals
20-35g carbs

Less strict, also includes pulses and whole grains

Mix & Match <br> weight loss meals

Mix & Match
weight loss meals

Proteins, side dishes and soups

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Slimming menus - Keto and Low Carbs

We include nutrition and good cuisine

  • Culinary and nutritional approaches that maximise taste and optimise nutrition: spices, textures, gentle cooking techniques.
  • 300-450 kcal
  • Seasonal vegetables
  • Healthy fats: vegetable oils, coconut milk, nuts
  • Fermented foods rich in probiotics
  • Lean vegetable and animal proteins
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We exclude the "yo-yo" effect

  • Boredom. Our menus, which change weekly and are inspired by world cuisine, have been designed to overcome boredom.
  • Cravings. It's not always easy to follow a strict keto diet for a long time. With Allcook, you can gradually introduce healthy carbohydrates such as wholegrain cereals and legumes.
  • Hunger. The pleasure of eating reduces hunger and improves metabolism.

How we cook and deliver diet meals

Nutrient-dense, low-calorie food
ingredients cooked separately

Gentle flavoursome cooking

cooling down

Cooking level control with rapid cooling

vacuum pack

Packaged in compostable vacuum sachets

food and box

Delivered with SwissPost in a cooler box

ingredients cooked separately

Gentle flavoursome cooking

cooling down

Cooking level control with rapid cooling

vacuum pack

Packaged in compostable vacuum sachets

food and box

Delivered with SwissPost in a cooler box

Our customers about Allcook

Meet our chefs and our nutritionist

They design and cook your meals
Benoit Thorey, Allcook kitchen

Benoit Thorey, Allcook kitchen

Our executive chef and founder of Allcook comes from prestigious establishments in Europe and Switzerland, such as La Réserve Genève, where he honed and perfected his skills.

Aurelia Corbaz

Aurelia Corbaz

a nutritionist specialising in micro-nutrition, helps her patients to adopt a healthy diet that combines the pleasure of eating with nutritional balance. Thanks to her holistic approach, she guides her customers towards better eating habits.

Sarah & David, Ragi

Sarah & David, Ragi

A Franco-Spanish couple, they studied hotel management and psychology. In 2020, they decided to leave their professional careers to follow their passion for healthy, sustainable food, Ragi, artisan fermented foods and drinks from Lutry (VD).

Madame Kim, TerraSoja

Madame Kim, TerraSoja

produces fresh TOFU in Coinsins (VD) from organic soya beans. Once you've tasted its Tofu, it will become your daily source of protein thanks to its texture and flavour.

Meet our chefs and our nutritionist

They design and cook your meals
Benoit Thorey, Allcook kitchen

Benoit Thorey, Allcook kitchen

Our executive chef and founder of Allcook comes from prestigious establishments in Europe and Switzerland, such as La Réserve Genève, where he honed and perfected his skills.

Aurelia Corbaz

Aurelia Corbaz

a nutritionist specialising in micro-nutrition, helps her patients to adopt a healthy diet that combines the pleasure of eating with nutritional balance. Thanks to her holistic approach, she guides her customers towards better eating habits.

Sarah & David, Ragi

Sarah & David, Ragi

A Franco-Spanish couple, they studied hotel management and psychology. In 2020, they decided to leave their professional careers to follow their passion for healthy, sustainable food, Ragi, artisan fermented foods and drinks from Lutry (VD).

Madame Kim, TerraSoja

Madame Kim, TerraSoja

produces fresh TOFU in Coinsins (VD) from organic soya beans. Once you've tasted its Tofu, it will become your daily source of protein thanks to its texture and flavour.

Our partner for professional support

Our partner for professional support

Acupuncture
Traditional Chinese Medicine
(TCM) in Geneva

Chinamedic by Didier Jolivet: a unique program that combines a low-carb diet with acupuncture for healthy weight loss. The program includes personalized coaching, nutritional balance, and Allcook Kitchen® menus. Transform your life and lose up to 4kg/month!

Frequently asked questions

  1. Reduce your carbohydrate intake: Avoid refined carbohydrates such as white bread, pasta, and sugary snacks. These foods can cause blood sugar spikes, leading to increased hunger and cravings. Try Allcook’s keto slimming meal delivery, which offers 9 to 20g of carbohydrates per meal.
  2. Intermittent fasting: Try intermittent fasting, which involves restricting your diet to a specific time slot each day (for example, the 16/8 method) or fasting occasionally for 24 hours. This method reduces calorie intake and improves fat burning. Try intermittent fasting meal plans for weight loss delivered to your home anywhere in Switzerland.
  3. Increase your protein intake: Protein helps you feel full and satisfied, so include lean protein sources such as chicken, fish, tofu and beans in your meals. This can also help preserve muscle mass during weight loss.
  4. Limit snacking: Try to stick to three balanced meals a day and avoid mindless snacking between meals. If you need a snack, opt for something nutritious like fruit, vegetables or a small handful of nuts.
  5. Drink green tea or coffee: Green tea and coffee contain compounds that can boost metabolism and increase fat burning. Just watch out for added sugars and high-calorie creams.
  6. Stay consistent: Consistency is essential for rapid weight loss. Stick to your healthy eating and exercise programme, even at weekends or on special occasions.
  7. Practise a sport for at least 5 hours a week.
  8. Stay motivated: Find a strong reason why you want to lose weight and keep that motivation at the forefront. Whether it’s to improve your health, boost your self-confidence or set a positive example for your loved ones, having a clear goal can help you stay focused on your journey.

Losing weight after pregnancy is a common goal for many young mothers, but it’s essential to adopt a safe and gradual approach to preserve your health and that of your baby. Here are a few tips to help you lose weight after pregnancy:

    1. Be patient: Your body needs time to recover after giving birth, so be patient with yourself and treat yourself during this time. Try to lose weight gradually rather than trying to lose weight quickly.
    2. Breast-feed: If you can breastfeed, it can help you lose weight after giving birth. Breastfeeding burns extra calories and can help your uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size more quickly.
    3. Eat nutrient-rich foods: Focus on nourishing your body with nutrient-rich foods such as fruit, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains and healthy fats. These foods provide essential nutrients for you and your baby while promoting weight loss.
    4. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated, especially if you’re breastfeeding. Water can also help you feel full and avoid overeating.
    5. Pay attention to portion size: Pay attention to portion size and avoid eating for two. Listen to your body’s hunger and satiety signals and stop eating when you’re full.
    6. Exercise: Start with gentle exercise such as walking, swimming or postpartum yoga once your healthcare provider has given you the green light. As you regain strength and endurance, gradually incorporate more challenging exercises such as weight training and cardio.
    7. Set realistic goals: Set yourself realistic and achievable weight loss goals. Aim for a weight loss of around 1 to 2 pounds a week, which is considered safe and sustainable.
    8. Get enough sleep: Try to get enough sleep whenever possible, even if this can be difficult with a newborn baby. Lack of sleep can disrupt hormone levels and increase cravings for unhealthy foods.
    9. Take it easy on yourself: Remember that your body has undergone significant changes during pregnancy and childbirth. Focus on self-care and be kind to yourself throughout the postnatal period.
    10. Find out how Allcook can help you lose weight after giving birth.

Losing weight during and after the menopause can be difficult because of the hormonal changes that affect metabolism and body composition. However, it is entirely possible if you adopt the right approach. Here are a few tips specially adapted to this stage of life:

  1. Choose whole foods: Choose nutrient-rich whole foods, such as fruit, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains and healthy fats. These foods provide essential nutrients while helping you feel full and satisfied.
  2. Pay attention to portion size: Pay attention to portion size, as calorie needs can decrease during and after the menopause. Use smaller plates and eat mindfully to avoid overeating.
  3. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Thirst can sometimes be confused with hunger, leading to unnecessary snacking.
  4. Strength training: Incorporate strength training into your routine to help build and maintain muscle mass. At rest, muscle burns more calories than fat, which can help boost your metabolism.
  5. Cardiovascular exercise: Regular cardiovascular exercise such as walking, swimming, cycling or dancing can burn calories and improve your heart health.
  6. Manage stress: Chronic stress can lead to weight gain, particularly in the stomach area. Practice stress-reduction techniques such as meditation, deep breathing exercises or yoga.
  7. Get enough sleep: Aim for 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep every night. Poor sleep can disrupt hormone levels and metabolism, making weight loss more difficult.
  8. Limit your intake of sugary and processed foods: Reduce your intake of sugary snacks, processed foods and refined carbohydrates. These foods can lead to blood sugar spikes and contribute to weight gain.
  9. Be patient and persistent: Weight loss may be slower during and after menopause, but don’t be discouraged. Concentrate on making gradual and lasting changes to your lifestyle.

How to lose weight fast
  1. Reduce your carbohydrate intake: Avoid refined carbohydrates such as white bread, pasta, and sugary snacks. These foods can cause blood sugar spikes, leading to increased hunger and cravings. Try Allcook’s keto slimming meal delivery, which offers 9 to 20g of carbohydrates per meal.
  2. Intermittent fasting: Try intermittent fasting, which involves restricting your diet to a specific time slot each day (for example, the 16/8 method) or fasting occasionally for 24 hours. This method reduces calorie intake and improves fat burning. Try intermittent fasting meal plans for weight loss delivered to your home anywhere in Switzerland.
  3. Increase your protein intake: Protein helps you feel full and satisfied, so include lean protein sources such as chicken, fish, tofu and beans in your meals. This can also help preserve muscle mass during weight loss.
  4. Limit snacking: Try to stick to three balanced meals a day and avoid mindless snacking between meals. If you need a snack, opt for something nutritious like fruit, vegetables or a small handful of nuts.
  5. Drink green tea or coffee: Green tea and coffee contain compounds that can boost metabolism and increase fat burning. Just watch out for added sugars and high-calorie creams.
  6. Stay consistent: Consistency is essential for rapid weight loss. Stick to your healthy eating and exercise programme, even at weekends or on special occasions.
  7. Practise a sport for at least 5 hours a week.
  8. Stay motivated: Find a strong reason why you want to lose weight and keep that motivation at the forefront. Whether it’s to improve your health, boost your self-confidence or set a positive example for your loved ones, having a clear goal can help you stay focused on your journey.
How to lose weight after pregnancy

Losing weight after pregnancy is a common goal for many young mothers, but it’s essential to adopt a safe and gradual approach to preserve your health and that of your baby. Here are a few tips to help you lose weight after pregnancy:

    1. Be patient: Your body needs time to recover after giving birth, so be patient with yourself and treat yourself during this time. Try to lose weight gradually rather than trying to lose weight quickly.
    2. Breast-feed: If you can breastfeed, it can help you lose weight after giving birth. Breastfeeding burns extra calories and can help your uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size more quickly.
    3. Eat nutrient-rich foods: Focus on nourishing your body with nutrient-rich foods such as fruit, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains and healthy fats. These foods provide essential nutrients for you and your baby while promoting weight loss.
    4. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated, especially if you’re breastfeeding. Water can also help you feel full and avoid overeating.
    5. Pay attention to portion size: Pay attention to portion size and avoid eating for two. Listen to your body’s hunger and satiety signals and stop eating when you’re full.
    6. Exercise: Start with gentle exercise such as walking, swimming or postpartum yoga once your healthcare provider has given you the green light. As you regain strength and endurance, gradually incorporate more challenging exercises such as weight training and cardio.
    7. Set realistic goals: Set yourself realistic and achievable weight loss goals. Aim for a weight loss of around 1 to 2 pounds a week, which is considered safe and sustainable.
    8. Get enough sleep: Try to get enough sleep whenever possible, even if this can be difficult with a newborn baby. Lack of sleep can disrupt hormone levels and increase cravings for unhealthy foods.
    9. Take it easy on yourself: Remember that your body has undergone significant changes during pregnancy and childbirth. Focus on self-care and be kind to yourself throughout the postnatal period.
    10. Find out how Allcook can help you lose weight after giving birth.
How to lose weight during and after menopause

Losing weight during and after the menopause can be difficult because of the hormonal changes that affect metabolism and body composition. However, it is entirely possible if you adopt the right approach. Here are a few tips specially adapted to this stage of life:

  1. Choose whole foods: Choose nutrient-rich whole foods, such as fruit, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains and healthy fats. These foods provide essential nutrients while helping you feel full and satisfied.
  2. Pay attention to portion size: Pay attention to portion size, as calorie needs can decrease during and after the menopause. Use smaller plates and eat mindfully to avoid overeating.
  3. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Thirst can sometimes be confused with hunger, leading to unnecessary snacking.
  4. Strength training: Incorporate strength training into your routine to help build and maintain muscle mass. At rest, muscle burns more calories than fat, which can help boost your metabolism.
  5. Cardiovascular exercise: Regular cardiovascular exercise such as walking, swimming, cycling or dancing can burn calories and improve your heart health.
  6. Manage stress: Chronic stress can lead to weight gain, particularly in the stomach area. Practice stress-reduction techniques such as meditation, deep breathing exercises or yoga.
  7. Get enough sleep: Aim for 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep every night. Poor sleep can disrupt hormone levels and metabolism, making weight loss more difficult.
  8. Limit your intake of sugary and processed foods: Reduce your intake of sugary snacks, processed foods and refined carbohydrates. These foods can lead to blood sugar spikes and contribute to weight gain.
  9. Be patient and persistent: Weight loss may be slower during and after menopause, but don’t be discouraged. Concentrate on making gradual and lasting changes to your lifestyle.