It’s Week 2 of our Great Veggie Challenge and hopefully you’re finding new ideas and tips to incorporate more vegetables into your everyday meals. Trying new veggies can be difficult, but after a while it can start to become a good habit. If you’re finding it hard to incorporate more on your own, then perhaps you need a little help from Kate’s Thoughts for Food!
Kate’s Thoughts for Food is a meal planning service that helps you eat healthy and stay organized by providing you with 5-day dinner plans emailed weekly to your inbox. The email will include detailed recipes and and one trip grocery lists. The recipes focus on real, healthy ingredients and the recipes are simple enough for you to cook on your own. These recipes will help you to eat healthy, incorporate more vegetables into your diet, and stay away from processed foods.
Kate’s Thoughts for Food currently offers two types of meal plans:
- A standard meal plan – simple, fresh meals that can be prepared in under 30 minutes
- A low calorie meal plan – 650 calories or less, with limited saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol
Subscribers can choose to receive their weekly meal plans for a week, a month, or forever. And thanks to Kate, they’ll never have to ask “What’s for Dinner?” again!
Want to try out Kate’s Thought for Food Meal Planning Service for yourself? Two lucking winners will win a free month of standard meal planning!
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