Month: May 2019

WEEK 3: Cheeseburger With just an extra Touch

This recipe is easy to scale up for a few more people!

Cheeseburger? Healthy? Here’s Why!
Cheeseburger calories come primarily from saturated fat. The beef in the burger contributes to the saturated fat count and the cheese adds saturated fat calories as well. But a cheeseburger provides no sugar and it is a good source of iron, vitamin B6 and B12. So hey! Here you go! My #1 Cheatmeal to go.

Here’s an A-maizing fact!
The lovely sidesalad is an easy to go meal that you can take with you! It’s super easy to prepare, takes up to 5 minutes and helps you skip that cookie or cake! Hey, Healthy snacks all the way!…

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WEEK 2: Healthy Blueberry Muffin Smoothie Recipe

Blueberries, Peanut butter and oats.
Combine to make this smoothie extra filling and delicious.

Why you should add this shake to your daily diet!
The combination of wholesome ingredients including blueberries, oats, vanilla, honey, and dash of cinnamon make this smoothie taste just like my favorite blueberry muffin recipe! Guess what… It’s RAW and VEGAN!

Note these Facts!
Blueberries boost a ton of reported health benefits including increased energy, focus, and concentration as well as lowering the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. That sounds like a superfood that’s perfect for busy days!

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WEEK 1: Quick and Easy One-Pot Potato and Edamame Salad

This recipe calls for adding potatoes, eggs, and edamame to a single pot of
boiling water at different times.

Why did we use Edameme?
They are naturally gluten-free and low in calories, they contain no cholesterol, and they are an excellent source of protein, iron, and calcium. They can be an important source of protein for those who follow a plant-based diet.

Note these Facts!
It contains complete protein, calcium, vitamin C, and other key nutrients.
It can be eaten alone, as a tasty snack, or in soups and other dishes.
People who are allergic to soy products may not be able to eat edamame.

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