If you have (ever) resorted to calorie counting in hopes to lose the fat and flab, know that you aren’t alone! Lucky for you, and us, we have assistance at the ready with apps and devices that guide you through the math. MyFitnessPal, your Fitbits, and now even the SmartPlate, do well in keeping track of your diet and goals, but let us now tell you all about #RotimaticMilestones.
An addition to your Rotimatic app with the latest update, #RotimaticMilestones is a new feature and initiative to power you through your fitness goals. And at the same time, a good reminder of how well your wallet is doing and how your schedule is looking. We’ve talked aplenty of Rotimatic’s investment value; in time you’ll have freed up, and the money you’ll save on take-out and frozen food. Now, it’s time to put it all into perspective.
How much would you give for an additional hour in your day? One that you get to have to yourself, or your loved ones, without having to worry about meal prep or island cleaning? Most of us have witnessed our mums waking up the earliest to have our breakfast ready, or be the last to the dinner table after we’re all fed. That should never be the case.
Distilling the entire process of measuring, mixing, kneading, flattening, cooking, and then puffing down to 90 seconds, there is a peace of mind that comes to any household’s kitchen. An hour saved a day, means 7 in a week, and 30 in a month. More Netflix binges, spa treatments, or family outings – go play! Let
999 USD is a lot of money to dish out on an appliance – we get that. But so is spending money on takeaway and frozen food. Drawing comparisons to frozen rotis, you’d typically spend $5 dollar on a ten-pack. That isn’t much to spend on 10 rotis, especially if it means you wouldn’t have to spend time mixing and kneading. The $5, though, pile up quicker than you think.
8 ten-packs a month mean $40 a month on frozen rotis, $480 a year, and in two years, you would’ve spent the equivalent of a Rotimatic. Your Rotimatic on the other hand, uses flour, water, and drops of oil at the rate of 5 cents per roti, versus the 50 cents per frozen roti. All of this isn’t even considering the fact that you’ll be consuming frozen, packed and processed food that won’t be freshly puffed, and will include no-no’s like preservatives, additives, and chemicals – all in the name of convenience. That’s no way to watch your health and keep count on calories!
It’s tedious, and almost disheartening, to have to put a meal or treat down because you might have exceeded your daily calorie intake. That’s what we would call reactive calorie counting, wherein you literally react when over or near your caloric threshold for the day. What #RotimaticMilestones does for you is count the calories you’ve been avoiding by snacking on Rotimatic rotis.
Our algorithm works out the calorie difference between frozen rotis, for example, against Rotimatic rotis – a “proactive” approach to calorie counting, if you will. That way, when you’re prompted with a milestone message of having avoided that many calories, or when you check to see how much you’ve avoided in the time so far, you’re greeted with a much more positive outlook into your dieting journey.
That was and remains the Rotimatic’s aim – to empower you with time and breathing space amidst the perils of today’s hectic schedules that have us resorting to unhealthier, and costlier alternatives. And today, we have #RotimaticMilestones, giving you that little bit of encouragement and reminders that you embarked on a #RotimaticJourney for a healthier and wealthier outlook on life. We’ll be with you every step of the way. To more experiences of our users click here.