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What makes up a Healthy Dinner Bowl?

Updated: Nov 3, 2021

If you’re looking to make healthy and well-balanced dinner bowls, all you need to do is think of 4 Simple Pieces for Success. The 4 Simple pieces allows for you to make it easy for you to look at your bowl and know you have a well-balanced meal, without needing to follow strict rules or count anything.


This 4 Simple pieces ensures each and every meal is packed with all the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients your body needs so you can feel energized, fueled and well-nourished so you can deliver your day and know that you’ve cared for you.



The 4 Simple Pieces for Success are:

Protein + Fat + Starchy or Sugary Carbohydrates + Non-Starchy Carbohydrates


Proteins

Tempeh, beans, quinoa, and lentils (starchy-proteins), hemp seeds, nuts/seeds. Vegetarian-friendly: farm fresh eggs and wild-caught fish.

Animal proteins: quality sources only.



Starchy and Sugary Carbohydrates

Sweet potatoes, quinoa, millet, brown rice, wild rice, beans (starchy-protein), corn and peas (starchy veggie), strawberries, pears, banana, papaya, mango, grapes, raspberries, apples, etc.

Spinach, romaine, arugula, kale, microgreens, sprouts, mustard greens, swiss chard, bell peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, snap peas, radish, green beans, broccoli, cauliflower


Healthy Fats

Avocado, olive oil, olives, nuts, seeds, hemp seeds, grapeseed oil, sesame oil, truffle oil


Starchy and Sugary Carbohydrates

Sweet potatoes, quinoa, millet, brown rice, wild rice, beans (starchy-protein), corn and peas (starchy veggie), strawberries, pears, banana, papaya, mango, grapes, raspberries, apples, etc.





Final Thought:

Mix and Match Your Options to Meet Your Palette. Bon appetite.



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