Picky eaters can eat healthy too with Right Bite’s SelectivePlus

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Fussing over food is one of the most common occurrences amongst children. While for some this might be a usual childhood phase, there are others who don’t really outgrow their food dislikes, bringing with them some level of pickiness well into adulthood. Good news is, it’s never too late for picky eaters to start eating healthy with Right Bite!

SelectivePlus, one of Right Bite’s specialized programs, suits those with choosy palates perfectly well. It allows you to choose the foods you want to eat and the foods you want to avoid, and then Right Bite will design your customized nutrition program accordingly.

In addition to flexibility and adaptability to the clients’ ingredient preferences, SelectivePlus also works for people with dietary restrictions due to food intolerances or allergies. Whether you are medically prescribed to go on a wheat-free or dairy-free diet, SelectivePlus helps you to eat better to ensure that your body receives proper nutrition.

Nathalie Haddad, Founder and Managing Director, The Right Bite Nutrition and Catering Services L.L.C., said, “This is exactly what we mean when we say Right Bite is for everybody. We work hard to extend our services to everyone who wants to eat healthy and receive good nutrition through food. Our specialized meal programs can cater even to those with food peculiarities, or those who are unfortunately dealing with certain medical conditions, which prohibit them from eating specific foods.”

Right Bite, a pioneer in providing expert nutrition through their bespoke gourmet healthy meal delivery service, has the widest selection of diet programs and meal plan packages, with each program designed according to a customer’s dietary needs and fitness goals. In addition to SelectivePlus, Right Bite’s other programs include RenewYou, which is ideal for those people who want to lose weight; BalancedMom, which helps expectant mothers enjoy healthy pregnancy, during and when breast feeding; FuelUp, suited for achieving peak performance for those with athletic lifestyles; and, LunchBox Gourmet, which ensures kids have proper nutrition while in school.

As with all other Right Bite programs, SelectivePlus is offered through different packages according to the customers’ needs and lifestyle. Packages range from one meal a day to a combination of meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) or a full day’s intake (breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks), complete with weekly and monthly packages as well. Rates vary according to packages.

“Eating healthy becomes important as we gain years. As we age, our daily food choices definitely matter. It is best that we make sure we get proper nutrition with the food we eat. Right Bite’s main goal is to introduce people to healthy ways of eating, specifically sticking to a balanced diet, not as a temporary initiative, but more for a lifelong health. We offer a wide range of healthy programs – RenewYou, FuelUp, BalancedMom and LunchBox Gourmet – that will address our customer’s needs.” Nathalie concludes.

The Right Bite Nutrition Centre is located in the heart of Dubai, with telephone numbers +971 4 3388763 and +971 4 3425208. It also operates in Abu Dhabi, with a satellite office located at The American Surgecenter, 26th Street, Villa 408, Al Rawdah Area, telephone number +9712 4430909.

About The Right Bite Nutrition Centre

Right Bite is a specialised centre for expert nutritional consultation and bespoke gourmet healthy meal delivery service. A pioneer in advocating healthy eating habits, Right Bite is dedicated to helping customers achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle through educated food choices, and by providing customised meal packages that are results-oriented, convenient and flavourful. Right Bite works with the best medical and culinary experts to ensure that eating healthier becomes a way of life for its customers.

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