I cook for my clients. I am an ardent lover of cooking grilled dishes, so I offer only dishes that are cooked on the grill for my clients. I bought my grill using the site https://bestgrill.reviews/best-wood-pellet-grills/ that recommends best wood pellet grills and other grills. I have a very high-quality grill with which I cook really tasty dishes for my clients, so all my clients agree to try the dishes that I cook. I have a good reputation as a cook who knows how to deal with a grill and with meat.
I do not prepare meals for clients. I do have recipes for quick meal prep and I have a RD in my network for referrals. I occasionally go to clients homes to show them how to organize their food and to educate them on the foods that they are buying. Including grocery store field trips to help them learn how to avoid processed foods/low nutrient density foods, etc.
Conversations about food within the context of the mind / body connection always come up. I do share recipes from time to time. My last blog was my recipe for a vegan soup, for instance. But meal prep is even more complex than meal planning. I don’t feel I have the background to be able to make complex decisions that would change client to client based on goals, health histories, current medications, allergies and interactions, and personal taste. Aside from the necessary knowledge there are also issues of insurance and liability. I know my insurance would not cover this. And of course, if one starts preparing the actual food one would also need to do research on local laws regarding food safety requirements for food prep.
I do know of a few studios that offer juice packages. But one is a very large concern and has all the licensure in place, and the other has a deal with an outside company. That seems like an easier business model, assuming one feels comfortable with the company that prepares the food/drink being offered.