Traveling to India for leisure or business? Looking to stay healthy and prevent an upset stomach? Or do you just want to feel great on your travels and get the most out of the fresh foods India has to offer? If so, you are in the right place!
Eat Well India is the only nutritionist-led country guide app to eating well in India! Indian nutrition expert Nirmala Jesudason and Eat Well Global founder Julie Meyer, RD are “nutritionists-in-your-pocket” in this fun, easy-to-navigate country guide.
To help you eat well, you will find insights on:
HOW TO EAT WELL: Maintain your energy, stay well and enjoy local foods with this nutritionist-led guide to India. Features include food safety information, tour of local markets, decoding organic labels and insights on what Indians eat and drink to stay healthy.
WHERE TO EAT WELL: You will not go hungry with these “nutritionist-approved” listings, including restaurants, markets, delivery services and cooking schools, in Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai and other leading destinations.
EATING WELL WITH SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS: Vegan? Gluten-free? Kosher? Allergic to nuts? Resources for special needs, along with translated phrases and audio files in Hindi, make it easy to order what you want.
EAT WELL AT HOME: Bring the great flavors of India home with you with easy-to-prepare, authentic and healthy Indian recipes.
Looking for global workplace wellness solutions? Eat Well Global travel apps can be customized for corporate use. And check out Eat Well for Business Travel, a fun, down-to-earth guide to avoiding the healthy-eating pitfalls of global travel.
Eat Well India joins a suite of other country guide apps including Eat Well China, Eat Well Japan, Eat Well Thailand, Eat Well Argentina, Eat Well Venezuela, Eat Well Israel and Eat Well Brazil.
NOTE: All information provided within this app is for informational purposes only, and are not endorsements or guarantees by Eat Well Global or any listed restaurants, markets or the products or services available from the app. We accept no liability nor make any endorsements nor guarantee the fitness or safety of the same. In no way is any of the content in this app to be construed as medical advice or instruction. All information provided in this app is referenced to acknowledge the source of the information and is believed to be accurate based on the best judgment of the authors and contributors as of the app’s release date.
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