UAE firm to offer healthy meals
Dubai, May 12, 2013
U’ve Got Meal, a door-to-door food service which specialises in healthy menus, meals for weight loss as well as on-going wellness, has been launched in Dubai with an aim to encourage healthy eating habits.
Supported by a renowned dietician, Mitun De Sarkar, each client is considered unique and provided with a bespoke nutritional plan. Registering for meal plans is done via a three-step online process, a statement from an official said.
Online registration on the website entitles clients to avail of a free body-weight analysis. Basic information is analysed by the in-house dietician who creates a customised meal programme while taking into account aspects of eating habits, food preferences, allergies, and medical conditions.
In cases where a blood test is required, U’ve Got Meal will also provide the service at the customers’ home. The plan also monitors the client’s progress every week to ensure each one is progressing as per the objectives. To make it much more convenient, they are also assigned a relationship manager who assists in making this possible effortlessly.
“Positive lifestyle changes can have a tremendous impact on the health and wellbeing of every individual. However food preparation takes a lot of time and effort and individuals find it difficult to devote time to prepare these meals. We have tried to make the entire process as easy as possible for our clients. Everything from registration to online chats with the dietician to coming home for a blood test will encourage the residents of Dubai to choose a healthier way of life. We also aim to fill the gap that can provide healthy food which is more realistic on the value front,” said Ajay D’Almeida, founder, U’ve Got Meal.
“Starting a health food programme that begins with professional guidance can provide a deeper insight into every individual’s requirements since each one’s body is unique and therefore has unique nutritional requirements,” De Sarkar said.
“Our meals are pre-portioned and avoid the hassle of counting your calories while it is designed to help clients meet specific goals such as weight loss, general wellness, muscle build-up, cleansing the body of toxins, etc. Following nutritional guidelines for each client our chefs with tremendous culinary expertise prepare high quality meals.”
A wide variety of menu options are provided each week with unique flavours that are well balanced and nutritious. Clients receive five meals packed in an insulated bag and consist of breakfast, lunch, dinner and mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks.
U’ve Got Meal is currently offering a onetime launch offer for a five day weight-loss trial plan which begins at Dh599 ($163.07). Long term plans include a 20-day or 24-day plan which are available at Dh 2349 and Dh2799 respectively.
It also provides an option of an advanced consultation at the dietician’s clinic at a cost of Dh250 and is applicable for two visits when clients sign up for a plan.
“Motivations plays a large role to keep our clients going and we provide engaging tools to help them benefit from the U’ve Got Meal programme. Videos to boost customers during weak moments, support groups, weekly progress monitoring and changing food plans accordingly, video chats with the dietician twice a month and tips and advice on social media have already been very well appreciated by our clients,” D’Almeida concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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