Use the recipe box to integrate wholesome foods into your mealtime. Each week we provide 1 breakfast, lunch, snack and 3 dinners.
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Shrimp is a fantastic source of lean protein. With one serving you are getting your entire day’s worth of selenium (an antioxidant) while also enjoying some phosphorus, choline, and copper. These micronutrients help support brain function, metabolism, and build healthy bones and teeth.
When using instant pot, especially with rice, it’s important to limit the amount of liquid or you will have a rice volcano on your counter top. Use dry rice, dry beans, and frozen chicken to help the dish cook evenly. Top with avocado for a dose of good fats and pico de gallo for the antioxidant-rich tomatoes and garlic.
A crunchy wrap hits the spot while providing nutrients the body needs. Garlic has a great flavor while also providing anti inflammatory properties. Additionally carrots are filled with Vitamin A which is vital for a healthy immune system and vision. Olive oil is filled with those good fats, omega-3 fatty acids, just make sure to grab the extra virgin olive oil!
Of course most salads are green but this one is super duper green! Another bonus is that it’s filled with crunchy greens so you can make a large bowl and nosh on it for a few days. It will also help keep you full with the added protein of the quinoa and all the fiber in the veggies!
One of my favorite things about the farmer’s market is the variety of tomatoes you can find (at least in the Midwest) This recipe is perfect with you fill up your bag with these lycopene gems and need a tasty way to enjoy! This is a great, quick lunch for a warm spring day.
Start the morning off with a hint of nutrition! Spinach serves as an excellent source of vitamin K, A, and a whole host of other nutrients. This smoothie gets an extra boost from the chia seeds which offer omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, iron, magnesium & calcium.