Is This Healthy Delivery Service The New Seamless?

If we had to sum up our lives in just one word (other than "fabulous," of course), we'd have to go with "busy." As in, "I don't have time to properly feed myself most nights" busy. New Yorkers are notoriously always on the go, so when it comes to our daily eating habits, we tend to rely on food delivery services like Seamless to get us through the week. But now, Healthy Hand promises to make us feel a lot less guilty about it.

Offering a selection of good-for-you meals from local restaurants, Healthy Hand allows you to pick a diet based on whether you're trying to lose weight, maintain your overall health, or stick to your vegetarian ways — and your budget. You can eliminate foods based on allergies, or simply the fact that you think they're super gross.
Once you've ordered your meal, you'll receive it in about 30 minutes. This means that for the people of Manhattan, Williamsburg, and Hoboken, eating healthy just got a lot easier.

Founder Chris Mirabile says his goal with Healthy Hand is "to try to make healthy eating something that is accessible and convenient for the average person. It's a burden for most people." And with over 200 participating restaurants, not to mention 5% of purchases donated to organizations focused on health education, it's an easy choice for those trying to stick to their diets. Now, if we could just get them to do something about that pesky office candy jar. (Daily Mail)
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