If you’ve had one too many takeaways recently and want to eat better, then check out NOSH’s flexitarian meal plans, which focus mostly on plant-based foods with meat and fish in moderation.
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It is difficult to go completely veggie or vegan, so following a flexitarian diet is a stepping stone that allows your body to adjust and consume fewer animal products. The NOSH Flexi Meal Plan not only features quality protein sources but also nutritionist-approved recipes rich in omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. Rest assured, you’ll be getting all the nutrients you need. With meals curated and endorsed by a certified nutritionist, a typical day with NOSH goes something likes this: Chia Pudding with Almonds & Pomegranate for breakfast, Norwegian Smoked Salmon Kale Caesar Salad with Chia seeds for lunch, and Tandoori Seasoned Cauliflower with Pita for dinner. The plan comes with a free snack too! Meal plans are available from 3-20 days and start at HK$177 per day. In addition, another perk of following a flexitarian diet is a smaller environmental footprint, so you’ll be doing your part for the planet too!
Interested? Check out more health and environmental benefits of a flexitarian diet here. Following a flexitarian diet has a smaller environmental footprint, so you’ll be doing your bit for the planet, too! You can find out more about the health benefits of a flexitarian diet here.
Following a flexitarian diet can help lower cholesterol, provide cardiovascular protection, strengthen bones and help with weight loss.
If you are looking for flexibility but not a strictly vegetarian lifestyle, this is the meal plan for you!
Nosh can deliver its flexitarian meals to customers based on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, Discovery Bay, and certain areas in the New Territories.
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