Powermeals is an ideal solution for busy moms in Switzerland.
Postpartum or 4th trimester, is a very special time ideal for physical and emotional healing. The body is replenish lost nutrients, focusing on milk production and rebalancing hormones. While doing that we need to take care of a little miracle that requires a lot of love and attention. My 2nd son Louis was born in January 2023 and as my 2nd baby, I knew what I can change and add to the daily schedule. Warm, delicious meals were an important part of each day for me and my family and it was also something that I could outsource. I knew that I will not want to cook for at least 6 weeks after my baby was born. However, at the same time, I wanted delicious and healthy food for my daily meals. I didn’t want to take time to think in the morning which take away I am going to order. I also wanted food to be as much home-made and healthy as possible. This is where Powermeals fitted perfectly.
I truly think that there is no better gift that a mother can get, so freshly delivered food was just perfect.
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Powermeals- what is it?
I discovered Powermeals when I was pregnant and thought that I will use it during postpartum. It is an organic meal delivery service. Every person can choose a menu based on their needs. There are different sizes, needs and options. There is something for people who eat meat, vegetarians and vegans. Meals are fully customizable. Powermeals are full of nutrition and menu changes often.
I loved the fact that I could do the planning of my meals for the next week or event month. Like this, I didn’t have to worry every day about what will I eat. Believe me with a newborn and another child in the house that was important for me. I was mostly choosing Low-carb and Balanced options, mixing between vegetarian, meat and fish dishes.
There is a delivery available every day or every few days. I preferred to receive a few meals at once and store the rest in the fridge, food was still fresh like that.
How to prepare Powermeals?
Powermeals are so easy to serve. They are stored in a box that can be used in the microwave, however, I was also heating them up in the oven on a tray. It was taking me 2 min to have lunch or dinner for the family ready on the table.
My 4 biggest problems that were solved by using Powermeals:
- Time to Shop Products
- Time to think about what will I cook
- Time to prep and cook
- Providing my body with the nutrition that I needed during postpartum and breastfeeding.
Powermeals saved my time and allowed me to spend a quality time with my newborn baby.
My Favourite Meals by Powermeals.
Some of my favourite meals:
Chocolate Granola -For Breakfast.
Sweet potato soup – Lunch.
Spring turkey piccata, asparagus & celeriac – Lunch.
Lentil curry- Dinner.
Delivery options in Geneva and Lausanne.
In Geneva and Lausanne Powermeals offer a refrigerated delivery service with reduced packaging. So it’s also very sustainable.
The Geneva start-up Powermeals is revolutionizing the diet of people in Switzerland. They deliver healthy and balanced meals cooked by a chef, in collaboration with a nutritionist, on a weekly basis at home. They use seasonal, local and varied food that respects everyone’s allergies and diets. It was set up in 2021 by Illya Abegg, a Geneva-based entrepreneur. She was partially inspired by the Anglo-Saxon models where delivery meals are accessible to everyone. Their premises are in Geneva where the brand is developing new recipes. The menu is made by Chef Emmanuel Pisch and his team. Deliveries are made in all of Switzerland and Lichtenstein.
Powermeals is a tailor-made and very flexible subscription service. They offer many options related to diet and individual preferences are also available: vegan, vegetarian, meat, fish, high protein, gluten-free, allergies, etc. Nothing and no one has been forgotten. The menus, inspired by cuisine from around the world, change every week and are designed according to the seasons forever more diversity.
Powermeals greatly improved my postpartum time, where I could focus on the newborn baby and not think about the meal preps. However, I will still be using this service to save up some time in my busy life. I am wondering if you ever tried Powermeals, if so then please let me know about your experience.
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As always with love
Bella Zofia xx
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