Starting at Rs. 250, going healthy never sounded more tempting!
Mumbai: India ranks among top 3 countries with diabetic population and if not treated, it will be well on it’s way to becoming the world’s seventh largest killer by 2030. To cure this, dietary patterns must change, with more fibre & protein & less of sugar & starches in the diet. Taking a bold step in the same regard is entrepreneur Namita Ambani via the Diabetic Friendly Lunchbox that adds a whole new dimension to the everyday tiffin by being 97% organic,diabetic friendly, nutritionist certified and above all tasty as your ‘Maa ke haath ka khana!’ If you think being diabetic would treat you to meals that are boring and tasteless, you are definitely in for a surprise!
“The Diabetic Friendly Lunch box” is a five course meal that comes co-created by Ms. Namita Ambani, Founder, Dial Organic in tandem with Ms. Kinjal Shah, nutritionist, to ensure that your tiffin packs in the adequate amount of nutrients needed by your body for lunch and dinner.
Dive into your diabetic-friendly lunch box to devour a delicious Russian salad or a tangy kachumbar salad. For the main course, delights such as Vegetable kofta, methi matar malai or a yummy amritsari aloo will have you lick your forks clean – whereas the staple yet scrumptious dal and rice combination is an instant favorite. If you feel the need to indulge some more, just simply add a starter and sugar-free meetha to your lunch for a minimal cost.
“India today is experiencing a meteoric increase in the number of people with diabetes including 62 million diabetic individuals currently diagnosed with this disease.
In a city where we spend more time on computers than treadmills wouldn’t it be most fitting if your meals could do half the work for you by being balanced nutritious organic and if you could simply dial something organic everyday? Our diabetic friendly lunch menu includes a minimum of 14 gms of fibre daily for every 1000 kcal consumed will focus on making healthy hassle-free meal so that their customers can focus on other aspects of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.” says Ambani.
The lunch-box menu has been isolated strictly within the diabetic guidelines mentioned by Kinjal Shah (nutritionist). It includes –
- Salad ( 1 bowl )
- Wheat rotis – 2 ( No ghee/oil )
- Vegetable ( 1 cup )
- Dal ( 1 cup )
- Curd ( 1 cup )
- Vegetables ( Pumpkin Drumstick Turai French beans Green peas gavar etc )
Patrons can also add a power snack to the lunch box as a mid-meal snack for that ever important ‘4 pm’ food craving.
Better your lifestyle, Dial (your meal) Organic today!