Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas will launch in March ‘Eat with Six Senses’, following the successful 2017 ‘Sleep with Six Senses’ programme. The new healthy eating programme builds on the sustainability driven Group’s Integrated Wellness concept and will encourage hotel guests to make healthier choices every day. However, the idea is that even though someone might choose a pizza or a burger and fries, they will be the best they can possibly be.
Wholly Natural Ingredients
Six Senses will focus on quality, balance, and fresh foods made from scratch, while its Chefs will create healthy menus full of taste, colour, and joy, avoiding flavour enhancers, gluten, lactose, sugar, and lectins. The ingredients and the preparation methods chosen by them will promote a healthy microbiome that offers better digestion and absorption of nutrients, while boosting the immune system.
Local and Sustainable
Eat with Six Senses will only use natural ingredients that are local and sustainable, aiming to help guests reconnect with food safe. Knowing what you are eating and where it comes from is crucial, so Six Senses has decided to reinforce its relationship with local farmers, suppliers, and producers that offer ethical practices in raising animals. Furthermore, each resort cultivates its own organic vegetable garden and for example, the one in Thailand already has its own free range chicken farm that supplies fresh eggs every day.
Less Is More
A produce that has had to travel a long way to reach its destinations means an irradiated, gassed, and preserved with wax or exposed to toxic packaging product. Each resort at Six Senses has its own reverse osmosis plant that produces top quality still and sparkling mineral water, which is provided to guests in recyclable and reusable glass bottles.
“With the introduction of Eat with Six Senses, guests not only eat well, they feel better. They are also supported with valuable tools and information to help them make positive lasting life adjustments. To put it in a nutshell, Six Senses want guests to leave feeling better than when they arrived,” said Dr. Steven Gundry, American cardiac surgeon and one of the collaborators of Six Senses Integrated Wellness.