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What 1,500 Calories Looks Like (Spring Edition)

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Eating seasonally is a great way to support the planet and your overall health. Research shows when you eat produce in season, at its peak, you get more nutrients and flavor. What’s more, consuming produce during its growing season means it’s in abundance, which translates to spending less at the grocery store, too.

This delicious 1,500-calorie menu highlights the best of spring’s bounty. It’s full of antioxidant-rich berries, plant-based proteins, like peas and colorful veggies.

Discover and log these recipes and more in the MyFitnessPal app!

BREAKFAST

MORNING SNACK

LUNCH

AFTERNOON SNACK

DINNER

DESSERT

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