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Lickety-Split Meals

April 2012
Think that cooking healthy is time-consuming? It doesn't have to be. There are plenty of quick and easy meals you can make when time is short.

Nutrition Information for the Meal Plan

  • Calories 1580
  • Carbohydrate 196 g
  • Protein 91 g
  • Fat 49 g
  • Saturated Fat 11.7
  • Cholesterol 113 mg
  • Sodium 1610
  • Dietary Fiber 31 g

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