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Entrees

Very similar to salads, the major portion of any meal should be vegetables that are high in water content and less dense (75% of your plate).  These healthy, whole foods are not only nutritious, but they digest quickly, and because they are high in water content, they naturally hydrate the cells and tissues of our bodies.  The remaining 25% should be composed of denser vegetables, legumes, grains, nuts, and seeds.
 
 
A Word About Animal Products

If you include animal products in your diet, always choose organic and pasture-raised, and limit portions to 2-3 times a week at most.  By choosing organic and pasture-raised, you help make sure that you avoid purchasing any "factory-farmed" meat.  If you are not familiar with what factory-farmed meat is and why you should stay away from it, read the following two articles:

Exciting Entrees

When it comes to the meals you make, there are so many different ways to make your veggie base more exciting.  Not only that, but the veggies you prepare can also make for creating beautiful presentations on your plate.  Experiment with these ideas and try using a variety of herbs and spices.  Don't be afraid to try some bizarre flavor combinations - I may have a few catastrophes under my belt but that's also how I've discovered my favorite meals!

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