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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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20 Healthy go to Snacks!

20 Healthy snacks for Work or School that you can keep at your desk

”All hail the snack drawer”

Having healthy snacks for work on-hand at the office, at school or when you’re out of the house, is key for staying fueled and focused when you need it most. Whether you’re in the middle of a big project or you’re chained to your desk with a looming deadline, they’ll help keep your energy up and your blood sugar stable during an afternoon slump!

Game, set, match, stale donuts in the break room. A solid snack should have some protein and fiber to keep you satisfied until your next meal.

Here are 20 snack options you can keep right at your desk—no jockeying for fridge space or dealing with thieves. These picks will make your snack drawer the place to be!

(1) Seeds

“Seeds are a source of protein, and they’re easy to store, quiet, and not messy,” says Kohn. They’re great by themselves, and even better when you put them on top of things like toast, yogurt, or oatmeal. Her favorites are pumpkin seeds and [sunflower seeds], but chia seeds and hemp seeds are great options, too.

(2) Plain Oatmeal Packets

Oatmeal isn’t just for breakfast—stash it in your drawer for a hearty snack, too. “Packets of instant, plain oatmeal microwaved with water in a mug and sprinkled with cinnamon is a great cold-weather snack when you want something warm and filling,” Just make sure you choose an unflavored option, as many others are loaded with extra sugars. You can also store a full canister of quick oats at your desk.

(3) Raw Nuts

Raw nuts are another great desk snack option because they’re shelf stable and, “they deliver a great protein and fat combo,” I love almonds and cashews, but everything from pistachios with the shell on to walnuts or pecans are great for snacking on. And if you keep a packet of oatmeal at your desk, they’re great for adding to that, too.

(4) Dried Fruit

Dried fruit can satisfy that mid-afternoon sweet tooth while tiding you over with filling fiber. I go for a few pieces of dried apricots or dates paired with raw nuts for a dose of healthy fat, too. Pair them with a handful of dried nuts or seeds for a balanced snack.

(5) Nut Butter

Nut butters like peanut butter and almond butter are tasty, versatile desk snacks—I likes pairing it with an apple or banana. (Or, if you’re anything like me, eating it straight from the jar). When it comes to which nut butter you should choose, I’d day the general rule of thumb is the fewer ingredients, the better.


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3 Super Tasty and Easy meals

3 Quick and Easy meals that will fit into EVERY Nutrition plan.

Hey! Amazing to have you on board. Every week we’ll be uploading recipes that will make YOU look like a masterchef! Don’t hesitate sending us your recipes! We like to share ideas from the fam!

This week we’re starting of with 3 recipes that fit into every Nutrition plan. Quick, easy and especially… You only need 3 ingredients!

What are you waiting for? Let’s start cooking!


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