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Detox Kitchen's Vegan Package
Detox Kitchen's Vegan Package
24th Oct, 2017
TAGS: vegan

There are many reasons why people choose to go vegan, from their love of animals, the planet, or for health reasons such as intolerances or weight loss. As a nation we consume more meat than is good for us, which is why now, more than ever, it is important for us be mindful of what we are putting in our bodies.

Our nutritionist-developed vegan delivery package is a great option for those that are looking to maintain a vegan diet but struggle to get all the necessary nutrients, or just struggle to find the time to shop, cook and prepare meals.

The package contains 1,200 calories worth of protein-rich whole grains, served with an abundance of legumes, vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds. Our carefully thought out food combinations are there to ensure that this vegan diet is rich in proteins and essential fats from food groups other than animal sources.

Here's an example of what a day on the package looks like:

Morning Juice: Cucumber, courgette, celery and apple

Breakfast: Raspberry chia pudding

Snack: Broccoli with pickled chilli

Lunch: Quinoa poke bowl

Dinner: Mushroom Laksa

Pudding: Almond and maple cookie

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Simply select the Vegan Package at checkout, choose how long you want to enjoy delicious, healthy vegan food delivered straight to your door, and that’s it. Let us take care of the planning, shopping and cooking while you look forward to waking to find a new day of food ahead of you.

You can also claim an exclusive £20 discount on your first order by entering the code 'VEGAN' at checkout. That's like getting a whole day free!

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Simply select the package that is right for you, choose your start date and duration, and look forward to your first delivery of wholesome food.



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