New Year, New You
The New Year has commenced with a breathe of a fresh start.
How can you meet your health goals when you are running around with the tasks that life requires your to pay your attention to? While there are a variety of solutions, The Bodhi closes this gap and fuels your vision with our all natural meal plans!
Studies have shown that hours spent cooking at home have decreased from ~2 hours per day in the mid 1960's to 58 min in the mid 2000's (1). Whether the cause may be attributed to the increase of our work load, school load, family, or other daily responsibilities, the quality and time spent on the food that nourishes our health has decreased significantly.
Inversely (but not the causation), the rise of chronic illness -especially those relating to nutrition- have significantly increased (2). This gap between nutrition and health also encompasses a platform where nutritional education, convenience, and accessibility come into play. The Bodhi - in conjunction with ILO Health- exist to bridge that gap for you.
Our meals are prepared with ingredients that are chosen for their nutritional value and support to the human body. Every ingredient is made from scratch, therefore it lacks any sugar, refined fats, heavy salts, or preservatives. Due to the raw and diverse quality, each meal can tailor to any health goal or diet type (including but not limited to: Vegan, Vegetarian, Keto, Paleo, Whole30, raw, etc).
Nutrition consultations are on special for $25 (regularly $50) to help you customize your health.
The Bodhi meal plans are on special now with 10% off when you enter in PROMO CODE: NEWYOU at check out. Every ingredient at Bodhi is made from scratch and selected to support the health of your body. For more information, please visit thebodhi.com/mealplans or click "Contact" for more information! All questions are welcome!
You are BodhiFuel!
1. Ducrot P, Méjean C, Aroumougame V, et al. Meal planning is associated with food variety, diet quality and body weight status in a large sample of French adults. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2017;14(1):12. Published 2017 Feb 2. doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0461-7
2. Raghupathi W, Raghupathi V. An Empirical Study of Chronic Diseases in the United States: A Visual Analytics Approach. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2018;15(3):431. Published 2018 Mar 1. doi:10.3390/ijerph15030431