The websites for Eating Well magazine and Whole Foods Market offer weekly meal menu planning tools. The E-Meals website provides a subscription based meal planning service, while the Net Mums parenting site helps moms prepare budget friendly, family menus.
The Whole Foods Market website puts a healthy spin on weekly meal planning, with a variety of options to meet specific goals. The Great Grains meal plan centers around brown rice, quinoa and whole grains. There is also a Healthy Comfort Foods meal plan that puts a healthy spin on traditional comfort cuisine.
Eating Well's menu planning guide also promotes health, with meal planning for individuals with diabetes. The planner offers five menu options based on various daily calorie levels. The featured meals limit refined grains and require minimal added sugars. They are designed to promote a consistently healthy blood sugar level.
On the E-Meals website, customers pay a monthly fee for weekly menus and corresponding shopping lists. The plan features a variety of menu choices, including kid friendly options, slow cooker dinners and budget conscious meals. E-meals also offers vegetarian and gluten-free meal planning.
Net Mums provides meal plans that work for busy mothers who are concerned about budget and convenience. The site's menu planner includes meals that feed large families on a tight budget.