MealKitt is an innovative kitchen portion control product, which will help anyone to lose weight, maintain a balanced diet or build muscle.
Launched on 18th May as a Kickstarter campaign, MealKitt managed to reach over half of its funding goal in just 6 days! MealKitt is a new revolutionary product, which eliminates the need to count calories, weigh food and use other methods of portion control. This simple product fits neatly into the life of the user and has pre-calculated sections to do all of the hard work for you.
Designed by Julian Gain, the entrepreneur used MealKitt himself and was able to lose 50lbs in just 5 months, by eating a healthy balanced diet and exercising for just 30 minutes, 5 days a week.
MealKitt was initially developed by Julian to help his mum who had undergone a gastric bypass and was malnourished post-surgery. The portion control mechanism was able to provide her with the right amount of nutrition to maintain her weight loss and stay healthy.
The MealKitt is effective, effortless and diet goals have been calculated based on the NHS guidelines for an average man and woman. Features include guided markers and an in-built chopping board. The MealKitt is also BPA free and dishwasher safe, plus doubles up as a food storage box for the fridge. There are also further additional options that backers can consider if they want an extra boost towards their weight goal, these include: workout videos, a food reference guide and video diet recipes.
Until the 23rd June, anyone who donates to MealKitt’s Kickstarter campaign will have the opportunity to purchase the product for two thirds of the recommended retail price.
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