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.
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”.
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.
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.