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Eat Healthy Now
You don't need elaborate, homemade meals to eat right. These whole-food options are quick, nutritious, and tasty!
Excerpt: Whole foods are foods in their natural state (like raw fruits and vegetables) or foods that are simply prepared (like grilled chicken). They retain their nutrients and don't have much sugar, fat, or chemicals, which make highly processed foods (like french fries) less healthy.
Amy's Ravioli Bowl
Ingredients: Ravioli filled with ricotta cheese, mixed in a tomato, garlic and olive oil sauce. Calories: 380