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The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan

The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan

Lose weight on the 17 Day Diet with the convenience of meals delivered by Bistro MD.

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  • Established: 2010
  • Founder: BistroMD
  • Headquarters: Naples, Florida
  • Accessibility: Online
  • Diet Type: Low-carb, low-calorie
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Celebrity Endorsements: Dr. Phil, The Doctors

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The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan is a meal delivery program available through BistroMD, in partnership with The 17 Day Diet. This meal plan works with the diet book The 17 Day Diet by Dr. Mike Moreno, otherwise known as Dr. Mike.

With The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan you will receive meals delivered each week directly to your home. All of the meals are designed by doctors and prepared by chefs. Each week you get seven days of breakfasts, lunches and dinners. The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan follows the guidelines of The 17 Day Diet with the added benefit of convenience. With these meals, you don’t have to count calories or worry about cleaning up after cooking. You will receive the nutrition you need to get results. The meals are tailored to each of the four cycles of the 17 Day Diet plan.

The meals are made with the freshest ingredients possible. Every meal is properly portioned so you don’t have to worry about overeating. Your meals will ship automatically at the beginning of each week so that you receive it before you run out of food. You can change or cancel your order at any time. If you have certain preferences where food is concerned, that’s OK. You can customize all of your weekly menus to meet your preferences so you don’t have to worry about eating foods you don’t like. There are deadlines that must be met if you’re going to make changes to your order. All meals are shipped via FedEx sealed in dry ice.

  • Automatically delivers meals weekly
  • Follows the guidelines of The 17 Day Diet
  • Food created by chefs
  • BistroMD is a trusted meal delivery provider
  • Meals can be customized to meet your preferences
  • Able to accommodate those with certain food allergies
  • Foods are prepared with the freshest ingredients available

  • Meal delivery program doesn’t include exercise advice
  • Must purchase book to have full understanding of The 17 Day Diet program
  • Can be much more expensive than preparing your own meals
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The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan is totally food-based. You will receive meals weekly, delivered to your home. The meals are in accordance with the four cycles of the 17 Day Diet. If you have certain food allergies or health issues, you can customize your meals to meet those needs. The foods you receive are the perfect portion sizes and you will receive meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. A sample few days on The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan is shown below:

  • Day one: Breakfast omelet; Shrimp and chicken gumbo; Old world beef bourguignon

  • Day two: Mixed berry crepe; Philly inspired chicken cheese steak; Pork tenderloin with olive tapenade

  • Day three: Breakfast omelet; Blackened tilapia; Fish paella


There is no exercise information given with The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan since it is a meal delivery plan. There is a 17-minute daily exercise routine contained in The 17 Day Diet book though, as well as via a workout DVD that you can buy with the book. Click here to preview the 17 Day Diet workout.


If you are interested in following the 17 Day Diet, The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan might be a great option for you. It allows you to follow the diet without having to do any of the cooking. This is a great option for those that want to follow the diet but may not have the time to prepare their own meals. The meals you will receive with The 17 Day Diet Meal Plan will allow you to stick with the diet and the different cycles it includes. Being pressed for time is no longer an excuse when you can have meals delivered directly to your door.

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would like to know if Ms. Maria Scribellito could send me a copy of the diet list the doctor gave her.

posted Jan 2nd, 2013 7:47 pm



The diet is good when followed by the book but my big complaint is that you need to search the web for vegetarian alternatives. Sorry, but I am getting proteined out eating eggs and lean protein 3x per day.

Also, maybe my palette is off, but the BistroMD plan does not taste good. It tasted more like hospital food and not restaurant food.

Here is my BistroMD feedback:

1) I received dishes for 7 days that are Chicken or Turkey three times per day. There are lots of negative reviews of this diet plan from 2009/2010/2011 and they seem to still be accurate. Chicken 3x per day and lots of carbs (sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, fruit chutney) that you aren't allowed in the book. Most of the dishes are about 25-30g of carb and 20-30g of protein and 5-10g of fat and 3-7g of fiber. There are lots of negative reviews of this diet plan from 2009/2010/2011 and they seem to still be around food quality, selection and carbs not allowed in the book.

It is pretty obvious the foods are not prepared for this diet, they are a subset of the foods on the standard BistroMD diet. So why are we paying more money for a limited version of the existing diet. I paid $190 for 1 week and I think the standard program is like $150 for 1 week. For example I received all crepes for breakfast that contained chicken or sausage.

2) The food tastes odd and it due to really funky spices being used. You should follow the instructions to defrost the night before or else you will end up with mushy, runny and wet food. Not sure why but you end up with a pool of water in the bottom if you microwave when frozen. It tasted so much like hospital food that I found myself eating handfuls of greens with it in order to freshen up the meal.

Personally I think that frozen Kashi dinners taste much better than these.

3) I keyed these into Weight Watchers and this is what I got for the first two days:
Day 1: 24 points
Breakfast: Chicken and Mushroom Crepes (9 pts)
Lunch: Roasted Turkey and Fruit Chutney (7 pts)
Dinner: Grilled Chicken Breast Pomodor (8 pts)

Day 2: 18 points
Breakfast: Spinach Ricotta Crepes with Turkey Sausage and Sweet Potatos (5 pts)
Lunch: Meditteranean Chicken (6 pts)
Dinner: Grilled Chicken Breast with Garlic Veloute Sauce (7 pts)

4) My recommendation: the BistroMD diet plan delivers 900-1000 calories per day, really needs so fresh vegetables to make it feel fresh, and doesn't really follow the diet.

I like the diet in general but I recommend you cook the food yourself and also look to interweave vegetarian options if you are feeling proteined out. In 5 days, I lost 3lbs and my boyfriend lost 7lbs by following the book and preparing meals ourselves. I recommend choose 3-4 meals per week, cook them in advanced and then repeat them with a variety of vegetables and interchange them for lunch/dinner if you don't have the time to cook everything.

posted Apr 22nd, 2012 7:47 pm


Perhaps the best and easiest diet I've ever did. Lost 35 pounds in 3 months and didn't few hungry at all, also no time to go to the gym.
I did order the BistroMd plan since I can't cook a simple egg and I'm still with them, switched to their regular plan though. The food is great and it really works.
You don't need to order the food if you can cook, but if you can, it's very practical.. just put the food in the microwave and you are good to go. Also they taste like fresh food, not at all like the frozen food you buy at the super market.

posted Mar 22nd, 2012 6:54 pm


I lost 42 lbs in 90 days. I started to eat what I wanted again I have only gained 2 lbs in 3 months. I am starting to loose my hair, I am 58 now, is this part of the diet to do so?

posted Feb 27th, 2012 5:10 am

maria scribellito


If you need the food plan from the book , my doctor printed me out a simple meal plan. I love it and i'm so full afterwards. the food is cheap. you can email me and i will give you the plan my dr printed me from the 17 day diet out the book if you can't afford the book. I am also on social security. I will be happy to share.

posted Feb 21st, 2012 6:37 pm



On the 17 Day Diet, can you have a high protein drink on days that you don't have time to stop and eat? 17 day diet

posted Nov 21st, 2011 12:51 am



I am a vegetarian. Are there meal options for following this on a vegetarian diet? I like the idea of the meals since it simplifies life! However don't know if there is such an option for vegetarians.

posted Jul 15th, 2011 4:39 pm


Ok people please pay attention, you DONT have to buy any prepackaged food. you can get the book at barnes and nobles for $13 dollars, or walmart for $18 dollars, the book will tell you what to eat, very simple!! you can find sample menus online.

posted Jul 12th, 2011 1:48 am

Jane Dorman

Medication will not allow me to eat grapefruit or drink the juice. what should I substitute?

posted Jul 5th, 2011 10:46 pm

jerry h

day one i weigh at 242 lb. on day six i was at 232 that 10 pounds in six days, never this happy and confident

posted Jun 16th, 2011 8:01 pm



Love the diet, have not really been jumping on and off the scale so do not know exact amt of weight I have lost. Today is my 18th day and going to progess to cycle 2. I do know I am feeling very encouraged, I have lost a size in clothes which equals minus pounds. I am 58 yrs old and metabolism had slowed to a turtles pace, even tho I am a nurse and stay active, it wasn't enough to keep me burning. Have found this diet very helpful to get me motivated and feeling more energetic. Found a simple aerobic video for beginners and mix that up with a walk every couple of days and am fortunate to have a pool to incorporate a swim every few days. I am very busy and work double shifts a couple times a week, keep up with the grandkids. Meal planning is not easy but doable if you want to do this. After all it is your physical and mental health at stake. So, stay positive, smile and make the effort. It is paying off for me. Thanks Dr. Moreno.

posted Jun 11th, 2011 8:58 am



Nowhere in the book that says you have to buy food from them.

posted May 31st, 2011 9:06 pm



I just stated the diet, so I cant comment on results yet, but I purchased the book from B n N for only13$. You dont need the DVD just exercise (walk) 20 minutes a day. Buy a large bag of chicken breast and a bunch of veggies and fruit, and your ready to go!

posted May 31st, 2011 9:05 pm


All well and good, but what if you're on fixed income and your rent is more than two thirds of your income? I would love to eat the way this diet advocates, and have tried similar health plans, the trouble is, I get too low on funds, and have to revert back to buying bread and kraft dinner type meals. And no, there is no one I can share a place with and share the cost of food. So I guess that means if I'm not already diabetic, it's certainly in my future since I can't change my diet unless my income changes. I am not able to hold down a job due to my health.

posted May 5th, 2011 11:58 am


has worked to lose those few winter pounds quickly before the summer clothes season. rarely hungry and easy to follow.

posted Apr 28th, 2011 6:23 pm


OMG PEOPLE!!!! You guys are killing me!! Research the doggone diet, there is nothing that says you have to buy meals, IT'S AN OPTION!!! All you have to do is buy the book and follow directions. Better yet, get a friend or two, split the cost and you all can share the book. All I'm saying is don't knock it with only hear-say information. Read it, try it for yourself, and then make your judgement. It's like any other diet book or plan, you have to dedicate yourself and do your part. There is no method out there that will do it for you with lasting results. I'm just saying...

posted Apr 17th, 2011 11:06 pm



Can you eat Weight Watchers foods on the 17 day diet? I have read a few comments where people are saying that you dont have to eat the food....just eat the ww diet foods? Is this Weight Watchers?

posted Apr 8th, 2011 2:10 pm


The 17 Day Diet is NOT a meal delivery plan. You can certainly sign up for the meal delivery plan, as one of these services is working in conjunction with this diet. This diet is based off of a BOOK...not just a meal delivery service. Sheesh.

posted Apr 7th, 2011 2:32 pm



posted Apr 7th, 2011 9:19 am


Hi, I just started the home delivery from Bistro, for the 17 day diet. I am on my forth day. I HAVE GAINED 2 POUNDS ! I am a little concerned I bought the food, and its not cheep. I am worried I will not be loosing anything but money in my bank. Has any one else GAINED WEIGHT on the Bistro/17 day meal delivey?? ? ???????????? What do I do??

posted Apr 4th, 2011 1:16 pm


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