Customized Meal Plans

This is a meal planning service, created for busy individuals who want to eat fresh, healthy meals, while saving time and optimizing expenditure. We tell you exactly what to eat and when, based on your preferences, taking into consideration foods you dislike and like. Our meal plans rely on simple, healthy, homemade meals using fresh seasonal produce.

We also include a customized grocery list, healthy recipes and of course our constant support and motivation to help you stay on track.

We aim to provide you with health and happiness, every day of the week!
4 TYPES OF CUSTOMIZED Meal PLANs
  • Gluten Free
  • Gluten Free

    Gluten is the protein component found in most grains like wheat, rye, barley etc. In the recent past, individuals diagnosed with celiac disease/those with intolerance towards gluten, had this compound to blame for their problems. Going gluten-free could also be beneficial to those who suffer from digestive problems or even bloating. It’s designed to sustain healthy blood glucose levels, curb cravings, encourage fat loss, and provide energy with adequate nutrition.

    What’s included?
    Meat, Seafood & Eggs (if applicable), Vegetables, Fruits, Dairy, Nuts, Oilseeds, Pulses and Selective Grains (e.g. Oats)

    What’s excluded?
    Wheat & Gluten in any form.

  • Dairy Free
  • Dairy Free

    These days’ cows are raised in over crowded farms. They’re force fed to make them fatter. Consequently they get sick and have to be fed a number of antibiotics, if not hormones to keep them healthy. Even skimmed milk, although lower in calories and fat may not be as healthy as you think it is. For starters, you absorb fewer nutrients without the fat in the milk. Then there’s added to sugar, to enhance taste. So if you’re considering giving the dairy-free life a shot or are lactose intolerant, this one is for you.

    What’s included?
    Meat, Seafood & Eggs (if applicable), Vegetables, Fruits, Pulses, Nuts, Oilseeds, Almond/Soy/Coconut Milk and Grains

    What’s excluded?
    Milk & Milk Products

  • Vegan/Vegetarian
  • Vegan/Vegetarian

    While a non-vegetarian diet has it’s place, being vegetarian has it’s own benefits. A plant based diet is solely capable of provide your body with most of the nutrients it needs. That too, without factoring in some of the unhealthy aspects of an animal based diet, like cholesterol and saturated fat. Most vegetarian sources are incomplete sources of protein as opposed to animal sources ,which are complete. However, combining two vegetarian proteins can complete the amino acid profile of the dish.

    We ensure you get a vast variety and the adequate nutrients lacking in a typical vegetarian meal plan. Eating healthy has never been this delicious and easy.

    Vegetarian diet excludes
    Meat, poultry and seafood.

    Vegan diet excludes
    Meat, poultry, sea food animal products. That entails animal milk and eggs.

  • Paleo
  • Paleo

    Any version of Paleo we come across today, is a meager estimate of the real thing. Basically, if the caveman couldn’t eat certain foods neither can we. Yes, that includes our favorite breakfast cereals, breads, dairy products and basically anything that’s been through a machine and comes packaged in a box. It’s not a diet it’s a way of eating. It’s traditionally a high fat, high protein, low carb approach. Long story short: Eat the way nature intended for us to eat.

    What’s included?
    Lots of veggies, meat, fish, eggs, fruits, almond/coconut milk/flour, oilseeds and nuts.

    What’s excluded?
    Processed foods, added sugar, dairy and grains.