Knowing that there are nutritious options in my fridge to support my health and wellness goals is something that I’m incredibly happy about!
Physically shopping for the ingredients is a marathon. Then the preparation of the ingredients is difficult, sometimes impossible because I’ve had 9 fingertips amputated, combined with my partial blindness. It's just easier with Lite n' Easy.
Over the years, my husband and I had been using other meal providers for convenience. I had always associated Lite n' Easy with weight loss, so never bothered to look into it any further. I’ll be the first to admit that I was so wrong and I was excited to find out they were NDIS registered too.
I love the quality, range, and freshness of Lite n' Easy that arrives at my door each week. It was definitely something that was missing in my past.
Lisa is a respected author, speaker and disability advocate.
My particular disabilities are visible and invisible.
I don't drive, am in a wheelchair, have a brain injury and am over 25% blind. Other times, it’s my chronic fatigue or a chronic pain flare up which prevents me pottering around the kitchen like a MasterChef. In those instances I’ll be in bed heavily medicated. The very next week I may be flying interstate for a presentation, coordinating a marketing strategy in the boardroom and speaking with my team in New York about a client.