Our Nutrition

The Sakara Life organic meal delivery program is based on a whole-food, plant-rich diet that includes fresh, nutrient-dense, and delicious ingredients. Our nutritional pillars form the basis of each and every meal that comes to your door:

No Calorie Counting

A calorie is a unit used to measure energy, not nutrition. Calories are NOT created equal and are not a metric used for how fresh or healthy your food is. Rather than focusing on calories, we want to help you focus on how your clothes fit and how you feel! Isn’t that exciting? It’s an opportunity to listen to your body.

Plant protein

At Sakara Life we get our protein from whole foods that are plant-based. Yes, that’s possible! Did you know that 50 percent of calories in green vegetables are actually derived from protein? And that four cups of kale packs in 12 grams of protein? Yep.

Hydrating foods

Eating your water is the secret behind a youthful, dewy glow. Water helps flush out toxins, while hydrating fruits and vegetables help hydrate the cells and leave our insides, as well as our skin, clean and glowing.


Want to know what’s better than drinking a green juice everyday? Eating your greens! The key is to eat a minimum of 1-3 cups of greens with every Lunch & Dinner. This doesn’t mean you’re only eating salads (though if you’re new to eating greens, it may feel like it!). Instead, you’re eating your meal AND greens.

Good fats

WE LOVE FAT! In fact, naturally healthy fats are a Sakara power ingredient that we use in all of our recipes. They are key to keeping you energized, lean and radiant.

Eat the Rainbow

We believe that food should be bright, vibrant, and beautiful! The richer the color, the higher the nutrient content. The wider the array of colors you eat, the more nutrients you get (hello plant protein).


Essential nutrients are those that we need that our body cannot make. At Sakara Life, we strive to eat foods high in these essential nutrients to give our body the fuel it needs to function at its best.

Sulfur-rich Vegetables

Sulfur is one of the most abundant minerals in the body. Foods rich in sulfur (like kale, brussel sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage) help the body fight off bacteria, toxins and helps maintain the skin’s elasticity. Mmmm veggies!

Body Intelligence

Your body is smart and can tell you a lot. Take time to listen to what your body has to say and let go of the mind chatter for a moment.

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