As Covid recovered patients complain of heart disease and diabetes, restaurants alter menu
With shocking reports of many Covid recovered patients now complaining about being diagnosed with heart issues and diabetes, doctors have suggested that these patients undergo a blood test and also get their echo cardio done.
These tests will help identify the new condition and help in suppressing it with better treatment. Going by these reports and development and also many customers now becoming health conscious and demanding healthy food, restaurants in the city are also altering their menu to suit their customers.
Popular hangout spot, Little Italy has now ensured its branches will dish out wheat-based pasta and pizzas and also give a variety of vegetable salads. The restaurant which was known for its cappuccino is taking more orders in the sugar-free segment.
Similarly, Lazy Suzy on Bengaluru's emerging commercial space in Indiranagar is stocking multi-grain and oat-based bread.The restaurant owner Udya Shenoy has ensured to dish out sugar-free and natural sweetening-based desert-like raspberry cake and others based on customers demand.
The restaurant also has increased giving healthy greens like 'kale' and 'rucola' leaves which is a good immune booster.
Restaurants apart from redesigning menus to suit customers' health, also are very particular about hygiene and are sanitizing more than twice a day to ensure safety. As per Covid protocol, all the staff are said to be vaccinated at least with one dose and no one is allowed without passing thermal screening test and without a face mask.