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Mindful eating at Hilton Colombo: ‘One for One’ at Graze Kitchen


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With the dawn of a new year there is no better time than the present to adapt a healthier lifestyle.  Including more protein, vegetables, fruits and eating less carbs, sugars and having dinner four hours before going to sleep at night, are a few healthier options to get things started.

Keeping this in mind, the Hilton Colombo is introducing a new concept ‘Mindful Eating’ at its 

all-day-dining restaurant Graze Kitchen, encouraging diners to eat early with a ‘One for One’ offer between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m.

“This limited offer is from 22 to 31 January and we hope this will contribute in making that all important lifestyle change,” said their Marketing Communications Manager Gigi De Silva.  Terms and conditions apply; maximum 10 pax per booking, prior bookings are required by calling their F&B Reservations Desk on 2492492 and the offer is valid for the dinner buffet only.

In keeping with the theme ‘Mindful Eating,’ the hotel launched a video on social media.

Facebook Link – https://www.facebook.com/HiltonColombo/videos/354 972435285603/

Youtube link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5lw yoh9H24&t=60s

“Nothing changes if nothing changes! Our bodies are capable of anything.  It’s our minds that we have to convince,” said Sports and Fitness Manager of the hotel Palitha Weerasinghe.


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