I was lucky enough to review www.bodytarget.co.uk product. To simplify it is a platform which generates a menu/plan for your health goal.
As a disclaimer I do want to say I wasn’t religious in my use of Body Target… however saying that I did enjoy the recipes (and to be honest it taught me a few new health recipes which I loved (my fav can be seen at the bottom of the article)) and the platform was easy to use.
Why I wasn’t religious with my use? Well, I kept forgetting to use it to be honest … and one suggestion I would put forward for Body Target is to create an accompanying app which notifies you of meals and what you should be eating… if you haven’t thought about that … I’ll be here waiting for any royalties.
A quick snipped of the platform can be seen below.
- Pretty cheap – 8 pounds per month.
- Really easy to use and takes the stress out of thinking of meals
- You continually update the platform on stuff you don’t like and do like meaning the recipes become more tailored the more you use it.
- I’m going to contradict myself here. And this is a personal thought. I quite like the romanticism of thinking of what to have for food… rather than knowing straight away because you’re told.
- No app
Thank you for letting me review the product! I would recommend it/have already. Also find an example of a recipe below from their website( Thai Green Chicken curry);
|Vegetable Oil||1 tbsp|
|Garlic Clove Chopped||1|
|Thai Green Curry Paste||2 Tbsp|
|New Potatoes Cut Into Chunks||150g|
|Green Beans Halved||80g|
|Thai Fish Sauce (nam Pla)||4 tsp|
|Caster Sugar||1 tsp|
|Skinless And Boneless Chicken Breasts Cut Into Pieces||2|
|Lime Leaves Or Zest||1 leaf chopped or 1/2 tsp zest|
|Fresh Basil||2 Leaves chopped|
Heat oil in a large wok, drop in the garlic and stir until Golden, add the curry paste and stir for a couple of minutes, then pour in the coconut milk and bring to the boil. Add the potatoes simmer for 10 minutes, then the beans simmer for 5 minutes more. Both the potatoes and the beans should be tender by now if not cook a little longer. Stir in the fish sauce and sugar then add the chicken , cover and simmer for 10 mins until tender. Before serving stir in the lime leaves or zest, followed by the basil.