The sign of a healthy meal is one that includes right-sized portions, plenty of protein, fiber and some calcium. Salt and sugar is a great seasoning tool, just don’t over-do it. There’s no need to obsess over fats and cholesterol either. When you use fresh ingredients instead of commercially prepared foods you ensure that your meal is healthy. Happy meal planning!
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