3 Days Meals #1

3 Days Meals #1

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What's in This Package?
3 Breakfasts: 27oz
3 Lunches: 36oz
3 Soups: 45oz
1 Snack: 6oz (3 servings)

Total Net Weight: 114oz

PACK1 - Total Net Weight: 38oz;   Total Calories: 877;   Total Protein: 44g;   Total Fiber: 22g;   Total Fats: 18g

Breakfast: Tofu Frittata Wraps    ♦   Calories: 297;   Protein: 15g;   Fiber: 4g;   Fats: 8g
Turmeric-Infused tofu frittata with bell peppers, olives and basil; garlic and Dijon mustard sautéed kale, shallots and mushrooms; finished with fresh-squeezed lime juice.

Kale has a high concentration of antioxidant vitamins A, C and K.  According to a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating a diet rich in vitamin K can reduce the overall risk of developing cancer.  Beyond antioxidants, the fiber content of cruciferous kale binds bile acids and helps lower blood cholesterol levels and reduces the risk of heart disease, especially when kale is cooked instead of raw. 

The soy protein in tofu is complete protein and provides all the amino acids you must obtain from your diet.  Soy protein may be responsible for curbing the risk of heart disease through the reduction of low-density lipoprotein, or bad, cholesterol.  FDA acknowledges that at least 25 g of soy protein per day may reduce the risk of heart disease by reducing blood cholesterol levels.

Lunch: Ginger Bok Choy Soba with Baked Tofu   ♦   Calories: 205;   Protein: 14g;   Fiber: 2g;   Fats: 3g
Roasted ginger and garlic bok choy, tofu marinated and baked in a house-made spicy ginger sauce, soba noodles with sautéed shallots, minced ginger, garlic and shiitake mushrooms, finished with toasted sesame seeds and freshly squeezed lemon juice.  

Bok choy is a rich source of vital phyto-nutrients, vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and vitamin K.  Bok choy also belongs to the zero calorie or negative calorie category of foods that when eaten would add no extra weight to the body but in-turn facilitate calorie burns and reduction of weight.

Soup: Zesty Tortilla and Beans   ♦   Calories: 278;   Protein: 13g;   Fiber: 13g;   Fats: 4g
Plum tomatoes, seasonal vegetables, New Mexico chili peppers, garlic, avocados, Mexican spices and corn tortillas. 

Black beans are rich in protein, fiber and micronutrients (iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, folate, zinc and phosphorus).  Recent research has shown that black beans provide special support for digestive tract health and particularly the colon.  Some research studies have also shown that some lowered colon cancer risk is associated with black bean intake. 

Snack: Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Herbed Olive Oil   ♦   Calories: 94;   Protein: 2g;   Fiber: 3g;   Fats: 3g
Sweet potatoes are among the most nutritious foods in the vegetable kingdom.  They are packed with calcium, potassium and vitamins A, B6 and C, which all aid in healthy immunity and strong bones. They also contain beta-carotene, which aid in the glowing skin that many of us seek during the colder months. 

PACK 2 - Total Net Weight: 38oz;  Total Calories: 998;  Total Protein: 40g;   Total Fiber: 27g;   Total Fats: 47

Breakfast: Tempeh Scramble   ♦   Calories: 393;   Protein: 18g;   Fiber: 4g;   Fats: 26g
Turmeric-Infused tempeh scramble with sautéed onions, red bell peppers, celery, fresh herbs and spices, finished with lime juice and cilantro 

Tempeh contains the easiest digestible form of soy protein.  It's considered a "complete protein" because it has all of the essential amino acids, just like meats and eggs, but without the cholesterol and saturated fats. Also, unlike meats and eggs, it's packed with fiber and is low in sodium. The soy protein in tempeh becomes more digestible as a result of the fermentation process.  As a result, tempeh has been known to greatly aid in overall digestive health. In particular, the oligosaccharides that are associated with gas and indigestion are greatly reduced by the Rhizopus culture. In traditional tempeh making shops the starter culture often contains beneficial bacterial that produce vitamins such as B12.

Lunch: Spring Rolls    ♦   Calories: 284;   Protein: 7g;   Fiber: 7g;   Fats: 14g
Lemon-infused avocado, kale, cucumber, grilled tofu, cilantro and Thai basil; served with spicy peanut butter sauce - light and refreshing!

Moroccan Lentil and Rice    ♦   Calories: 277;   Protein: 13g;   Fiber: 13g;   Fats: 4g 
Lentil, barley, ancient grains and Nirvana Kitchen spice blend. 

Lentils are high in protein and fiber, both of which have satiating properties that help you stay fuller for longer.  They are also a good source of minerals and B-vitamins. Lentils, like other beans, are rich in both soluble and insoluble fiber.  Soluble fiber helps lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels. Insoluble fiber not only helps increase stool bulk and prevent constipation, but also helps prevent digestive disorders like irritable bowel syndrome and diverticulosis.

Snack: Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Herbed Olive Oil   ♦   Calories: 94;   Protein: 2g;   Fiber: 3g;   Fats: 3g
Sweet potatoes are among the most nutritious foods in the vegetable kingdom.  They are packed with calcium, potassium and vitamins A, B6 and C, which all aid in healthy immunity and strong bones. They also contain beta-carotene, which aid in the glowing skin that many of us seek during the colder months.  

PACK 3 - Total Net Weight: 38oz;  Total Calories: 860;  Total Protein: 34g   Total Fiber: 29g;   Total Fats: 36g

Breakfast: Tofu Scramble   ♦   Calories: 222;   Protein: 9g;   Fiber: 3g;   Fats: 14g
Turmeric-Infused tofu scramble with sautéed onions, red bell peppers, celery, fresh herbs and spices, finished with lime juice and cilantro 

The soy protein in tofu is complete protein and provides all the amino acids you must obtain from your diet.  Soy protein may be responsible for curbing the risk of heart disease through the reduction of low-density lipoprotein, or bad, cholesterol.  FDA acknowledges that at least 25 g of soy protein per day may reduce the risk of heart disease by reducing blood cholesterol levels.

Lunch: Kale & White Beans Salad   ♦   Calories: 313;   Protein: 14g;   Fiber: 14g;   Fats: 10g
A tossed garlicky white bean salad with onions, garlic, carrots and celery that are cooked in white wine and finished with fresh herbs with sherry vinegar.

Kale is a nutritional powerhouse.  One cup of chopped kale contains 33 calories and 9% of the daily value of calcium, 206% of vitamin A, 134% of vitamin C, and a whopping 684% of vitamin K. It is also a good source of minerals copper, potassium, iron, manganese and phosphorus.  Eating a diet rich in the powerful antioxidant vitamin K can reduce the overall risk of developing or dying from cancer, according to a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Vitamin K is also found in parsley, spinach, collard greens.

Meal Soup: Hearty Minestrone    ♦   Calories: 231;   Protein: 9g;   Fiber: 9g;   Fats: 9g 
Mung beans, chickpeas, Nirvana Kitchen seaweed stock and a blend of fresh herbs and spices. 

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, mung beans are “cold” (yin) in nature. They have been used as an effective detoxifier to expel toxins from the body.  Mung beans are high in overall nutritional content, low in calories, sodium and fat, and exhibit powerful antioxidant properties that fight disease and protect your body.

Chickpeas are a nutrient-rich food, providing high amounts of protein, fiber, iron, potassium, manganese, copper, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, folate, vitamin B-6 and thiamine, making them a healthy addition to any diet. They may also help you lose weight as a filling food - increase feelings of fullness and help you lose weight, according to a study published in "Advances in Nutrition" in November 2010. 

Snack: Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Herbed Olive Oil   ♦   Calories: 94;   Protein: 2g;   Fiber: 3g;   Fats: 3g
Sweet potatoes are among the most nutritious foods in the vegetable kingdom.  They are packed with calcium, potassium and vitamins A, B6 and C, which all aid in healthy immunity and strong bones. They also contain beta-carotene, which aid in the glowing skin that many of us seek during the colder months. 

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