How often are we given a choice of what’s for dinner based on what meat is central on the plate? Beef, chicken or fish?
So I can totally understand why people have no idea how to balance out their plates when the central focus suddenly disappears from the equation. I was in that place many years ago, and it’s why I went back to school to be a nutritionist! But I don’t want you to have to do that.
So let’s talk about balancing our plates.
Now let’s put this into practice by making a meal which has all the components of a balanced plate. Roasted vegetables with cooked quinoa (serves as both a whole grain and a bean) and a creamy orange ginger dressing.
See, it can be easy, healthy and delicious all at once!Download the recipe
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