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Your time is precious—and so is your health. This is why we seek to support you by making your health our priority, so you can do everything else you need to do.

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Delicious and Healthy Meal Plans

Choose from 3 nutritionally balanced plans which have been designed and created for maximum satiety and to sustain and support your wellbeing. You can trust we have done all of the nutritional work for you to guarantee our meals and plans meet your nutritional needs and we even have an app to help you track it all too. All meals are made with whole grains, lean proteins and lots of fresh and seasonal fruit and vegetables.

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Vegan Options

All our vegan options are balanced, nutritious and full of flavour to help you live the life you choose.

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Made with Whole Grains

Whole grains are so important for fibre intake, keeping you feeling fuller for longer, good gut health and reducing your risk of ill health

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Low in Saturated Fat

All dishes are lower in saturated fat than standard recipes and have plenty of good mono and polyunsaturated fats in there too.

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High in Protein

Protein is the building blocks of our cells in our body. It helps to build muscle mass, repair the body and keep us full for longer.

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Well-being pillars at enrich

We want to meet you where you are at on your wellness journey. This is why the Enrich programme is centred around five fundamental pillars of wellbeing - nutrition, hydration, sleep, movement and mindfulness.

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At Enrich, we believe your nutrition is a foundational element of your overall wellness. In order to support that, we have created dishes that are flavour-led, delicious and nutritionally dense. The nutritional aspects of the enrich programme are underpinned by belief systems in discernment, satiety and quality calories. This means each dish is built using consciously and considered ingredients that are not only unrefined and minimally processed but are the most nutrient-dense foods we could source to make each dish as beneficial to your well-being as possible.

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Staying hydrated means extra energy and a clarity of mind. It allows for focus and performance and well as contributing to all other areas of wellbeing such as quality sleep, digestion, movement, delivering nutrients to all your cells and for the regulation of body temperature and even the prevention of infections.

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Sleep is the cornerstone of all well-being. Poor sleep is linked to physical problems such as a weakened immune system and mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. When we sleep we recharge, we support our immunity and prepare for another day of high performance. Sleep allows us to replenish our energy, be focused and heighten our coping skills.

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Joyful movement is exercise reimagined, so that it’s not a chore or a necessity, but instead something that is fun and brings you joy! Find a movement that you like, so that you embrace it and naturally want to increase its frequency and intensity.

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Mindfulness is the simple act of recognising what’s going on inside of ourselves and what’s going on around us, in the present moment and without judgment. It is a tool that helps us manage our thoughts, emotions and actions by immersing ourselves in the present moment with a calm openness, awareness and curiosity.

Education Hub

Explore our educational hub, featuring informative articles and tips from each of our wellbeing pillars. Our hope is that this expert-led resource can further empower you on your journey towards heath and wellness.



Some select articles from our educational hub.

Nutrition for menopause

Changes in your diet and lifestyle can help you manage the symptoms of the menopause. Be sure to take this time to look at what you eat and try to get the balance right. Exercising regularly and eating a healthy balanced diet including plenty of fruit and vegetables, oily fish and low in saturated fat will protect your heart and bones and may also help to relieve difficult menopausal symptoms.

Nutrition in exercise recovery

This month at Enrich, our theme is Commit. One common stumbling block when it comes to establishing and committing to a regular movement habit is not knowing what or when to eat to best support your energy levels and performance. There are some specific considerations that can help you to make the most of your workout, so read on to find out more!

Committing to consistent exercise

Committing to a regular habit of moving your body is one of the best things you can do for your health, both in body and mind. The key is to shift our thinking about exercise from workouts, to simply moving more in our everyday lives. Building a life where you can move freely in your body, with ease, allows you to keep doing whatever it is that you love, for as long as possible.
Natural ingredients. Vitamins. Eco-friendly.
Natural ingredients. Vitamins. Eco-friendly.
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