Chicken Pho & Moringa Noodles
Baby bok choy, Sesame oil, Ginger, Free-range chicken stock, Green onion, Kombu, Shiitake, Tamari
Dinner • 800g
Postpartum superfood moringa supports lactation, hair health & a great supply of calcium, protein, potassium, iron & zinc. Silky shiitakes support immune & heart. Bok choy for antioxidants & selenium. All souped up w/ collagen-rich broth.
Dietary & Lifestyle Attributes
No Added Sugar
Baby bok choy, Sesame oil, Free-range chickens, Moringa leaf infused rice noodles, Rice wine vinegar, Ginger, Free-range chicken stock, Green onion, Kombu, Shiitake, Tamari, Pasture-raised chicken backs, Yellow onion, Bay leaf, Thyme, Celery, Carrot, Black peppercorns, Apple cider vinegar, tarragon, Parsley
Nutritionally designed to help moms heal after giving birth. Benefits of Ritual Meal's Chicken Pho & Moringa Noodles:
Protein rich meals are vital for postpartum recovery and for the growth and repair of the cells. And for moms who are breastfeeding, protein can provide the baby with optimal nutrition for healthy growth and development. As well, adequate protein can help mom maintain a stable energy needed throughout the day.View our protein boosting postpartum meals
Our collagen rich postpartum meals are made with ingredients that boost collagen production naturally. Collagen is a protein that makes up the joint-supporting connective tissues, which are responsible for skin elasticity and supports tissue repair and rebuilding -- a much needed protein after labor and delivery.View our collagen rich postpartum meals
Our plant rich postpartum recovery meals are packed with organic vegetables and leafy greens – high in essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are immune boosting and anti-inflammatory to support the postpartum recovery process.View our plant rich postpartum meals
Our antioxidant rich postpartum meals are packed with fortifying, disease-fighting phytochemicals and antioxidants; and in general, antioxidants support immune functions needed to aid the postpartum recovery.View our antioxidant rich postpartum meals
Many of our postpartum meals and all of our vegetable stocks are made with seasonal and adapagenic mushrooms which support immune health. Shiitake mushrooms—one of our favoriates— are rich in polysaccharides like lentinans and other beta-glucans, which protect against cell damage, help your immune system, and boost white blood cell production for fighting off microbes. We source fresh from our community of local mushroom farmers.View our postpartum meals that support immune health
Our postpartum meals are made with ingredients that supply Vitamin B including B6, B12, and folate which are essential for a healthy postpartum recovery, both physical and emotional. If you are breastfeeding, your breast milk is enriched with Vitamin B's, so ensure that you are replenishing for both yourself and your newborn.View our B Vitamins boosting postpartum meals
Our postpartum meals are made with ingredients that supply Vitamin D, and essential postpartum nutrient that can improve mood and emotional health. A healthy daily dose of Vitamin D may help stave off postpartum depressive symptoms, so ensure you are getting enough from your postpartum meals and your supplements.View our Vitamin D boosting postpartum meals
Iron needs in the female bodies are higher during the postpartum period, especially when breastfeeding and when a significant amount of blood was lost during labor or c-section surgery. Low levels of iron can contribute to fatigue and to dry and brittle hair and nails. Our iron rich postpartum recovery meals help replenish, restore, and tone blood store losses to support the overall the healing postpartum processView our iron rich postpartum meals
Instructions for Reheating & Enjoying
1) Pour broth into a pot. 2) Reheat on medium-low for ~8 min, stir occasionally, until hot. 3) Add noodles and veggies for the last 2 minutes.
1) Transfer broth & noodles into microwave-safe bowl. 2) Heat 2 min, stir & repeat until hot.
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