What We Are Eating Today: Cleans and Glow

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Updated 25 December 2020

What We Are Eating Today: Cleans and Glow

Cleans and Glow is a Saudi store specialized in offering vegan, gluten, and refined sugar-free food.
It provides over 180 products, ranging from the largest selection of juices in the Kingdom to salads, soups, oat jars, oatmeals, vegan meals, and snacks.
The entire store is based on giving your body a break from animal protein while providing you with a boost of vitamins and minerals through plant-based eating in order to help you lose weight and feel great. The store uses only vegan protein from legumes like peas, lentils, and beans as a substitute for animal protein.
Cleans and Glow is also a raw cold-pressed juicery that offers over 50 different types of juices including greens, roots, citrus, vegan milk, water mixes, and fermented tea juices and smoothies.
If you are thinking of kick-starting a healthier lifestyle, check out the different diet programs offered by Cleans and Glow that will help you to engage in healthier eating habits including plant-based vegan reset programs, weight loss, cleansing, skin detox, as well as intermittent fasting programs.
The store is especially proud of its immunity shots, which are a concentrated dose of juices, herbs, and oils of different flavors including turmeric and goji berries.
It helps to target different ailments and it is filled with antioxidants.
The meals on offer vary from Asian, American, Italian to Mideastern dishes.
For more information visit: https://cleanseandglow.com/

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Pita Pack is a Saudi sandwich shop with a diverse international menu. From traditional proteins to fresh salads, Pita Pack offers the experience of a quick bite that is both wholesome and familiar, which you can enjoy alone or with friends.

The recipes are inspired by a fusion of western culture and Arabian flavors.

The shop has a lively approach to naming its orders — deploying pop-culture puns, energetic language and casual vocabulary.

The sandwiches are made with fresh, light, medium-size pita buns, tortillas and brioche bread.

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LONDON: Meghan, Britain’s Duchess of Sussex, has revealed that she had a miscarriage, an extraordinarily personal disclosure coming from a high-profile British royal.
The wife of Prince Harry and former actress wrote about the experience in detail in an opinion article published in the New York Times on Wednesday, saying that it took place one July morning when she was caring for Archie, the couple’s son.
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