Healthy food in an instant

When people think of healthy eating, they imagine monotonous, monotonous meals. Although many count calories for a healthier lifestyle, there are others who are discouraged from eating healthy due to frequent dieting.

Furthermore, with almost no time to cook a delicious but low-calorie meal at home, most people are unable to stay on track to achieve their health goals.

We talk to a few stakeholders of subscription meal services in Delhi that offer nutritious and delicious meal boxes, which are ideal for fulfilling your clean eating plan.

Bye bye basic, hello health and taste

Food Darzee, a subscription meal service co-founded by Siddhanth Bhargava (27), Anirudh Ganiriwal, Devage Jonghunwala, and Anik Bhandari, in 2017.

Available in eight cities (their primary kitchen in Delhi is in Sultanpur), they offer four healthy meal boxes – keto, low-carb, vegan, and balanced meals.

“We don’t believe that living a healthy life is a matter of eating one healthy meal a day. You have to be consistent with the number of meals you take. You cannot eat a salad and now think I am healthy,” Bhargava adds.

Their subscription boxes aim to alleviate this problem by helping people with a consistent meal plan. To make sure meals aren’t repetitive, Food Darzee has a range of dishes – daisy and others – along with an array of desserts.

Where: fooddarzee.com Price: 245 rupees per meal per month

Carefully curated

Parafit, founded by Paraj Primlani (27) in 2018, operates out of a basic kitchen at GK1. With a focus on subscription meals based on the client’s diet, these meals are delivered via Delhi-NCR. Although it started small – Primlani has only helped friends and family lead a healthier lifestyle – it has now grown into a successful venture.

The Parafit is more than just a showcase of meals; It is a platform where people can receive inputs related to their health. Each meal is organized by a certified dietitian taking into account the consumer’s lifestyle and physical activity.

Where: parafit.in Price: Rs 240 – Rs 260 per serving

Guilt-free meals

The brainchild of Gunjan Hasan and co-founded by Arman Ahmed (45), Healthylicious Kitchen operates out of a basic kitchen in Malviya Nagar. The company, which became commercial in 2018, offers easy and healthy ready meals.

Good healthy meals are usually gourmet dishes loaded with toppings. We wanted to start a project where people get clean and delicious food easily,” shares Ahmed.

Their subscription model is flexible and can be customized. With Indian and international cuisines – grills, salads and more – Healthylicious Kitchen focuses on large diets to provide balanced meals.

Where: healthliciouskitchen.in Price: Rs 275 – Rs 350 per serving

The options are looming

Sakshi Bakshi (29) Nucros Science and Taste, with its primary kitchen in Green Park, launched in July 2020.

“I was a healthcare consultant, and I realized that there are a number of chronic health conditions that require lifestyle modifications,” Bakshi says. Bakshi’s intention was to ensure that people reach their health goals with food.

Their subscription boxes aren’t limited to a pre-set diet; can be customized. With Indian, Continental, Lebanese, Mexican, Asian as well as Greek cuisines, their plans are also a healthy alternative for those who can’t cook.

Where: nucros.com Price: Rs 200 – Rs 300 per serving

Nutritious choices

Dhruv Sharma (27 years old) launched Instadiet in 2020. “With Instadiet, we decided to offer ready-to-eat meals,” Sharma shares.

Their subscription model is divided into four – it can range from a one-day trial box to an eight-week meal plan. Headquartered in Panchsheel Park, the team of nutrition experts at Instadiet carefully curates each diet plan. Their daily offer includes five healthy meals for consumers.

These calories are usually between 800 and 1200 calories, depending on the customer’s choice. The Sharma Project aims to help people adopt a healthier lifestyle without the added hassle of a gym membership.

Where: instadiet.in Price: Rs 590 – Rs 700 for one day; 3,490 rupees per week

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