Massachusetts, United States – The new year is synonymous with New Year’s resolutions. This tradition is far from dying out. Over 41% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions annually. Less than a year later, no more than 9% feel they were successful in keeping to their resolutions. The top 3 new year’s resolutions are all health-based, ranging from eating healthier to being more physically active and losing weight.
Today, The Meal Prep Jar aims to help people focus on their healthy New Year’s resolutions. This habit-forming platform promotes healthy eating habits, establishes a positive growth mindset, and encourages health-focused individuals to reach their goals.
The concept is surprisingly simple yet effective. Meal plans are created by health-conscious individuals, who include a picture of their groceries along with their receipts and the meals they plan to consume during the week. Then, they monetarily pledge to hold themselves accountable to follow their meal plans with fidelity. At the end of the week, The Meal Prep Jar reviews their meal plans and meal prep activities to pinpoint how they did.
“The magic is in meal planning,” says Kelly Kwawu from The Meal Prep Jar, “Participants can use the platform to monitor their progress. If they reach their goals, they get their money back. Reach your goals for 6 consecutive months and get an extra $50 bonus.”
Kelly is no stranger to meal planning. “I frequently struggled to consume proper nutrition. As my to-do lists grew longer, finding time to cook healthy meals became nearly impossible.” This motivated her to begin meal planning, and when she realized the benefits, she wanted to share them with others.
The Meal Prep Jar does more than help health-aware participants achieve their New Year’s goals. In the event participants fail to meet their health goals, 75% of their investment will go to Feed the Children, a leading nonprofit focused on alleviating childhood hunger.
Together people can achieve healthier habits, and should they fail in their goals, they still contribute to a healthier society.
About The Meal Prep Jar:
Started in 2022, The Meal Prep Jar helps health-enthusiasts stick to their meal plans. The Meal Prep Jar can help participants achieve their goals, whether they’re looking to gain weight, maintain weight, or lose it.
This habit-forming platform provides people with the necessary support, motivation, and a 3-step guide to stick to their goals. Even should they fail in their goals, the platform helps food-insecure children by donating a portion of their money to Feed the Children.