Indian takeaway launches 400-calorie curry that helps you to lose weight

National print coverage for Indian takeaway Bombaylicious

National newspaper The Sun has reported on an Indian takeaway launching an unusual new curry to its menu – one that helps people to lose weight.

The ‘Chicken Thin-Daloo’ is aimed at curry-lovers who want to shed the pounds without missing out on their favourite fast food. 

The dietary dish works by “flushing the system” – usually within the space of just a few hours – with a mix of ‘super’ spices and fibre-rich vegetables and pulses. 

This, it is claimed, leads to rapid, safe weight loss and, if consumed regularly, to a likely reduction in body mass index (BMI), a measurement used by the NHS to determine if a person has a healthy weight relative to height. 

Asad Khan with the curry
Bombaylicious owner Asad Khan says that the new Chicken Thin-Daloo curry created by celebrity nutritionist Gurpareet Bains is a “healthy, delicious option for anyone hoping to get fit and feel great this year”.
Mr Gurpareet Bains
Above: Celebrity chef and A-list nutritionist Gurpareet Bains has created the 400-calorie weight-loss ‘Chicken Thin-Daloo’, which has now gone on sale at Indian takeaway Bombaylicious. 

The Thin-Daloo was developed by celebrity chef and A-list nutritionist Gurpareet Bains, and has just gone on sale at Bomaylicious in Coulsdon, Surrey.

By replacing fatty ghee with coconut all – itself known for its weight loss properties – the dish contains just 400 calories and 12 grams of fat per portion. 

Palamedes client Asad Khan, the owner of Bombaylicious, said the £10 curry is ideal for those looking to shift the pounds in 2021. 

He said: “There are dozens of so-called ‘healthy’ curries on the market, yet very few that carry a nutritionist’s stamp of approval.”

News of the new curry is featured in today’s print edition of The Sun.

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