Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I purchase Right Course meals?

Right Course meals are offered in Texas at 279 HE- B stores. What are the Right Course meal varieties? There are four (4) varieties of Right Course meals. Glazed Chicken Breast & Southwestern Style Rice with Black Beans & Corn Meatloaf in Tomato Sauce with Lima Beans Spaghetti & Meatballs with Broccoli Florets Salisbury Steak with Green Peas.

How were Right Course meals developed?

Right Course meals were developed with Right Course’s Executive Chef and Registered Dietitian. By pairing a classically trained chef with a credentialed dietitian, we created meals that are smart, delicious and convenient.

How does Right Course fit into my diabetic lifestyle?

Right Course meals provide 18-32 grams of complex carbohydrates. Meatloaf, Spaghetti, and Chicken & Southwest Rice varieties each provide two servings of complex carbs, while Salisbury Steak provides one serving. Complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains and beans, are used to increase the fiber content, keeping you full longer.

What is the meaning of the pie chart on the Right Course meals?

The pie chart shows the ratio of calories from protein, carbohydrates and fat in each Right Course meal. Protein, carbohydrates and fat are known as macronutrients. The size and number in each piece of the pie is an easy visual reference to number of calories from each macronutrient: Protein (4 calories per gram), Carbohydrates (4 calories per gram), and Fat (9 calories per gram).

Is the pasta whole grain?

Yes, we only use whole grain pasta in the Spaghetti & Meatballs with Broccoli Florets meal. We use complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains and beans, to increase the fiber content, keeping you full longer.

Is the rice a brown rice or a white rice?

We use only brown rice in our Right Course meals.

Are the Right Course ingredients good for me?

Right Course utilizes clean ingredients to help you avoid artificial ingredients, such as DATEM, high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated oils, and nitrates. We also use whole grains, such as brown rice and whole grain pasta to provide complex carbohydrates and avoid spikes in blood sugar caused by simpler carbohydrate foods.

Where can I find the nutritional information for Right Course meals?

The nutritional information is located on the package of each meal and the Right Course website www.right-course.com.

Why is the cost of Right Course meals more expensive than other single-serve meals?

The quality, clean ingredients in each Right Course meal are more expensive. We have kept the price per meal as low as possible while keeping the flavor profile delicious.

Can I prepare the meals in a toaster oven?

We recommend a microwave oven or conventional oven to heat Right Course meals. We do not recommend a toaster oven due to its proximity to the heating element.