Originally posted on https://www.saturo.com/blog/benefits-of-meal-replacements/.
If you wish to improve your health or overall efficiency, meal replacements can be one of the most effective solutions. You want to have more time for your projects and not have to worry about grocery shopping, cooking or doing the dishes? Or maybe you’re looking for the best way to reach your ideal weight without depriving your body of valuable nutrients?
Complete food has your back. It’s easy to prepare (or requires no preparation at all), it comes in convenient sizes and makes calorie counting a breeze. It can also be easily used alongside solid food. Most importantly, meal replacements like SATURO provide balanced nutrition.
However, many don’t know that meal replacements offer more than just health- and efficiency-related benefits. Keep on reading and find out the three additional ways in which complete food improves your life.
Going to restaurants, ordering food, and even cooking every day can be quite expensive especially if you wish to have high-quality meals. People intuitively believe that meal replacements are also a luxury. Although there are some exceptions, complete food products tend to be less expensive than other nutrition options.
For example, SATURO offers the most affordable meals on the market with as low as €0,99 per meal. At the same time, we haven’t cut any corners when it comes to the quality of the ingredients. Our meals also include 26 valuable vitamins and minerals, they keep you satiated for up to 3 hours and offer balanced nutrition.
Did you know that roughly one-third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tons — gets lost or wasted?*
You’ll probably be quick to assume that most of the food waste happens when the food ends up in our home and isn’t consumed. In reality, in industrialized countries, 60% of food waste happens at post-harvest and processing levels*. This means that more than half of the food produced for our consumption is lost before it even reaches the supermarket. There are several reasons for these numbers. One of them is that fruits and vegetables are thrown away if they’re not the right shape or size.