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About The Meals - Why They Are Good for You!

  1. Basic Recipes:

    This category doesn’t really contain meals. What it does contain are some basic ingredients that are used multiple times in making the meals in the rest of the plan.

    So it seems to make sense to pull them out here, rather than repeating the same ingredients over and over.

    Some of these basic recipes are the kind of dressings and creams that you want to make ahead and have on your pantry shelf or in your fridge.

    But you don’t have to do that if you don’t want to. You can always make them when you are making the meal that requires them.

    See All Basic Recipes

  2. Traditional Breakfast Meals:

    Are you a big breakfast fan? And are you thinking that breakfast is going to be changed completely as you follow our new meal plan?

    Think again. Breakfast is just as important as any other meal in your new way of eating. In fact, it may be more important because it’s the meal that gets you started on your path of feeling satisfied on fewer calories each day.

    And there are lots of recipes that contain eggs and other traditional breakfast foods but still adhere to our principles.

    The meals here are must-eat-for-breakfast, they can also be eating at any other time of the day

    See All Meals for Breakfast

  3. Starters and Side Dishes:

    This category contains mainly side dishes for your mix and match pleasure, but there are also a couple of appetizers included. The idea was to come up with some dishes that were interesting and maybe a little out of the ordinary in taste.

    But when it comes to side dishes, you have lots of choices. Most fresh vegetables are very low in calories and high in nutrition.

    Along with the dishes in this category, you can also pick and choose from the following list. Calorie of each of these is from 1 cup

    1. Mushrooms 13 calories
    2. Yellow squash 18 calories
    3. Zucchini 20 calories
    4. Cauliflower 29 calories
    5. Broccoli 30 calories
    6. Green bell pepper 30 calories
    7. Green beans 34 calories
    8. Red bell pepper 39 calories
    9. Onion 67 calories
    10. Peas 125 calories
    11. Corn 132 calories

    Keep in mind that fresh veggies will have more nutrition than frozen or canned ones, raw veggies more than cooked, and those minimally cooked by steaming more than those that are boiled.

    See All Meals for Starters and Side Dishes

  1. First Meal
  2. Breakfast Casserole
  3. Breakfast Casserole (Not necessarily for breakfast but good for it)
  4. Ham and Egg Casserole
  5. Asparagus Omelet and Citrus Salad