What It’s Like to Subscribe to Sakara Life
Read reviews further down the page, too, for more personal experiences.
How Sakara Life Works
Subscribing to Sakara Life is subscribing to a lifestyle.
When you join, you choose how many meals you want Sakara Life to provide, and they will ship you a set menu of meals each week, as well as Detox Tea for daily use and a supplemental probiotic. While a subscriber, you can also access Sakara wellness coaches for any support. The meals are predetermined and you don’t need to do any choosing each week, it just shows up at your door and the meals are ready to eat.
The diet is likely a big change for most people, so your body will probably have to adjust to the diet as you work towards dietary goals.
Example Sakara Life Recipes
On the Sakara Life menu you’ll find all vegan dishes of a wide variety such as:
- Sedona Chili bean medley, poblanos, yellow lentils, chipotle + Olive Oil Cornbread
- “Anti-inflammatory” Veggie Masala with veggies, sauteed greens, turmeric-ginger masala
- Banana protein bread with berries
- Sakara Bibimbap with brown rice, vegetables, kimchi, goji-chili sauce
- Ethiopian plate with turmeric lentils, spiced eggplant, garlic spread, injera flatbread and awaze sauce
- Classic superfood granola with spirulina-infused green goddess mylk
Pricing Options Breakdown
Sakara Life’s prices are higher than the average meal subscription, but on top of the quality and flavor of the ingredients you also receive tea, supplements, nutritional balancing, and coaching.
Pricing for Sakara Life is also complex, and depends on three things:
- Which meals you choose between breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- How many days per week you choose between 2, 3, or 5 day options
- Whether you subscribe or simply order one week - subscribing offers a small discount
Prices here represent what we saw for one person receiving lunch and dinner as a subscription, plus the tea, supplements, and coaching.
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Sakara Life Pros and Cons
- Health oriented vegan recipes carry a lot of flavor
- Supplements to maintain nutrition
- Easy to order and easy to eat with little prep needed
- Can be a major shift in diet that you should be ready for
- Not for those who want to cook
What Diets Does Sakara Life Accommodate?
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What Else You Should Know About Sakara Life
Sakara Life offers some unique programs and products above and beyond their subscription.
Detox Program: This is a limited space program which fully immerses you in the Sakara Life for 5 days. All meals are provided by Sakara Life, and you also have daily check-ins with a health coach.
Bridal Program: If you’re looking for a healthy food plan before your wedding, Sakara Life offers a four-week version of their normal subscription in addition to one month of meditation + yoga and gifts from Sakara and their partners that might help you prepare for your wedding.
Sleep With Sakara: Sakara Life believes sleep starts with nutrition, and this limited-edition program offers three weeks of their normal subscription, sleep essentials, and expert coaching focused on sleep.
Shop With Sakara: You can also find a shop offering supplements, snacks, tea, beauty products, and more via their clean boutique.
Is Sakara Life Worth It?
If you’re interested in a healthy lifestyle where the food you eat is central to your well-being, fueled by organic, vegan meals - and you have the budget to afford it - then Sakara Life is a great option for you.
If you aren’t prepared to join the Sakara Life-style, you aren’t willing to go vegan, or you are just looking for a more cost-efficient way of providing ready-to-eat meals, then Sakara Life is probably not for you.
How Sakara Life Compares
There are a few other key meal subscriptions that help understand where Sakara Life fits in the marketplace. If you want a lot of options fast, try checking out our list of meal subscriptions.
Sakara Life VS Freshly: These are both prepared meal subscriptions, but Freshly is worth checking out if you’re looking for more classic non-vegan recipes and/jor something more affordable.
Sakara Life VS Factor_: These are both prepared meal subscriptions that cater to healthy eating lifestyles, but Factor_ is tailored more to Keto diets and would be more affordable. Factor_ has vegan options as well but would be more limited.
Sakara Life VS Purple Carrot: These are both plant-based, vegan options, but Purple Carrot offers ingredients for you to cook yourself in addition to prepared meal options, so you can cook for yourself if you prefer your ingredients delivered whole. Both options are more affordable than Sakara Life, but there are no “extras” that come with it.