Sakara Life is another food delivery service, but the difference is that this company is based on clean, organic, ready-to-eat meals.
Meals are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and are designed for optimal nutrition. The kits also include Daily Beauty and Detox Waters for ultimate hydration and Daily Detox Teas to support digestion, along with guidance and support from Certified Health Coaches and no prep, cooking or clean-up!
The menu changes weekly. One Tuesday a couple of weeks ago featured, for example: a Buttermylk Biscuit with purifying plumberry jam for breakfast; for lunch, a Sakara Earth Bowl with hemp and dulse avocado, sprouts, radish, quinoa, lentils, mustard sesame dressing; and for dinner Healing Baked Veggie Moussaka with black cumin, roasted eggplant, cashew bechamel and slow-cooked tomato sauce.
This meal kit business is very different than Hello Fresh or Blue Apron. Their meals are inspired by everything from the latest microbiome research to Michelin-starred restaurants in NYC, and combine expert nutritional design with sophisticated culinary technique. And they source all ingredients from trusted suppliers and organic farms that use healthy, sustainable agriculture practices.
It’s all about a whole-food, plant-rich diet. A five-day meal plan, which is delivered three times a week by 6 a.m. with three meals a day, will set you back $349. But it is likely to also set back your weight, cholesterol and risk of disease.