So Fresh, Nigeria’s leading healthy food chain, in alignment with its vision started off the year by helping over 1700 Nigerians commit to a healthy start in an initiative tagged the Eat Clean Challenge with So Fresh.
The 2-weeks Eat Clean Challenge had participants join a closed community where they were provided with a detailed Healthy Meal Plan and Eating Guidelines, community support, coaching sessions, alongside daily health information tips and nutritional guidelines to motivate and help the participants start off the year choosing to live a healthy lifestyle.
The importance of making healthier food choices daily has even become apparent over the last 2 years, as the world grappled with the Covid-19 pandemic. Adopting healthier habits, such as maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, and following a clean, healthy diet, is associated with a strong immune systems and prevention of non-communicable disease, (otherwise called lifestyle diseases). According to the WHO, regularly following these healthier habits is associated with as much as an 80% reduction in the risk of developing the most common and deadly lifestyle diseases.
Speaking with the Brand Communication Manager, Modupe Aremo said, “So Fresh remains committed to inspiring a healthier nation by changing the mindset of Nigerians about Healthy Living, creating easy access and convenience around accessing healthy food. We would achieve this by increasing our outlets and bringing, fresh, safe, and healthy meals closer to the people, with 15 So Fresh Stores already in both Lagos and Abuja, our goal is to expand to 25 stores in 5 states by the end of 2022.
A healthy, productive nation starts with a healthy people and So Fresh is committed to being the driver for helping Nigerians lead a healthy lifestyle.
So Fresh is Nigeria’s number one premium healthy food chain for a wide range of fresh, delicious, nutrient-rich and healthy meals.