Lean and Green Recipes don’t have to be boring. Try out one of these recipes to add some fun and flavor to your next meal.
While most start eating healthy for their New Year’s Resolution, there’s never a wrong time to work on eating more healthily.
A popular diet right now is Optavia which includes purchasing their snacks as well as a “lean and green meal” every day. The basics of “lean and green recipes” include five to seven ounces of high-protein meat alongside two to three servings of non-starchy greens. In the diet, you also have room for one to two servings of healthy fats. Usually, this is where your extra flavor and seasonings come in.
You can see more about the full rules of lean and green HERE.
While there are also many other options for a healthy diet, these meals would be healthy for almost any diet you want to follow. All of the lean and green recipes are high in protein and usually low in carbs, calories, and sugar.
Please note: I am not a physician nor do I have any stake in the Optavia company or any of its competitors. This post is to share the information I have gathered for myself and my family regarding lean and green meals as well as what I have learned when trying to cook these meals.
Originally Published On: January 6, 2023
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