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Ophie Ho

Online Health and Fitness Coach
Ophie is a passionate health coach supporting women to achieve their health and fitness goals both physically and mentally. If she isn't in the gym, she's probably meal prepping, drinking boba, recording a podcast or laughing at dad jokes.
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Ophie Ho

About Ophie Ho

Ophie (Ophelia) is an online health & fitness coach, creator of the Ophrequencies podcast, and the cofounder of Far East AlchemyΒ a Milk Tea flavoured protein company.

She is passionate about helping busy women design and follow a healthy life for themselves both physically and mentally.

Drawing from her own experiences with food, nutrition, and stage time back when she competed, Ophie understands everyone is different and need their own tailored approach to help nurture progress.

You can find her posting regularly about health, fitness and mindset on her instagram @ophieho

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Disclaimer: Please note that these are my honest thoughts, and that with food comes subjectivity from person to person. Your experience may differ to mine. With the awesome variety of meals available, I was really excited to try Workout Meals... Disclaimer: Please note that these are my honest thoughts, and that with food comes subjectivity from person to person. Your experience may differ to mine. With the awesome variety of meals available, I was really excited to try Workout Meals and really wanted to enjoy them. But unfortunately, aside from the reasonable turnaround time and diverse menu, that's about where all good things end. Whilst they use vacuum seal packaging, I fear that it's this that has caused the freshness of their dishes to falter. Especially with the intended crisp on crumbed chicken dishes and potato fries as they become complete mush. All of the meals lacked texture, which is understandably difficult to achieve in ready-made-meals but no less, very important in order to stand out from the crowd. The dishes I was looking forward most to tasting, ended up being the less impressive of them all. (In order of pictures) The Karaage chicken poke bowl, it was unfortunately just mushy bits of chicken with... slaw and edamame beans. Not much of a poke bowl and definitely not karaage chicken. Not to mention the appearance of the chicken being very pale and unappetising. Next we had the Peppercorn Steak & Chips. I was looking forward to this because usually with ready-made-meals, the steak dishes are quite bitey and full of texture from the meat. However, the steak in this dish was more of a minced mush. I felt there was a little too much pepper, but perhaps that's just me. The potato chips were mushy and all stuck together. I didn't feel that the Vietnamese Chicken & Tomato Rice had any Vietnamese flavour to it. It lacked seasoning and was a big watery, mushy mess. I would say that of the meals I ordered, two were acceptable, and that was the Meatballs with Spanakopita Rice and Naked Turkey Burger. You may note that these dishes had bigger bites of meats (being meat balls and burger patties), so they were able to retain better texture, good moisture and flavour with the sauces. Unfortunately, I couldn't finish a lot of these dishes though due to them being so unappetising. Overall, I personally wouldn't recommend Workout Meals unless something can be done about the textures of these 'crispy' dishes. Or you're okay with mushy dishes.