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What 1,800 Calories Looks Like (Spring Edition)

What 1,800 Calories Looks Like (Spring Edition)
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Eating seasonally allows you to enjoy produce at its peak flavor and nutrients, and because it’s in abundance, it’s usually budget-friendly, too. Now is the time to trade root veggies, Brussel sprouts and squash for spring produce like peas, leafy greens, asparagus, lemon and berries.

This delicious 1,800-calorie menu highlights the best of spring’s bounty. It’s full of antioxidant-rich greens, heart-healthy fats and colorful veggies.

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What 1,800 Calories Looks Like (Spring Edition)

BREAKFAST

MORNING SNACK

LUNCH

AFTERNOON SNACK

DINNER

DESSERT

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