Lunch

Mache Salad with Beets and Feta

This light, tasty salad is a veritable cocktail of vitamins and minerals, particularly Vitamin B. The addition of goat cheese makes this a great option for those who don't do well with other cheeses.
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Breakfast

Scrambled Eggs and Tomatoes

Eggs are one of the most extraordinarily nutritious foods. In addition to being rich in proteins, they provide a variety of vitamins and minerals, including choline, which is a building block for cell membranes. By combining them with tomatoes, we can get many important nutrients.
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Egg Drop Soup

Egg drop soup is a staple of asian cuisine. It works marvelously as a light breakfast that lets you get protein, a bit of fats, and the vitamins and minerals of the added veggies all in one sitting.
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Broccoli and Eggs

Broccoli carries exorbitant amounts of vitamin C as well as being high in fiber and certain anti-cancer compounds. Combined with the many fat-soluble vitamins found in eggs, it makes for a delicious, low-carb, and healthy option.
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Egg Pizza

Bet you thought you couldn't have pizza for breakfast. But it's perfectly healthy if you trade the crust for an omelet, AND you get a lot more protein and vitamins for your trouble.
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Curry Stir-Fry

On a recent road trip to the magical town of Crestone, Colorado, I stumbled into a cafe where I had heard a Tibetan chef made exceptional curry dishes. I ordered up one of the stir-fry lunches and out came a steaming platter of vegetables and beef swimming in a bright gold sauce. It was amazing from the first bite.
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Phils Bars
Dessert

Phil’s Bar

This is the original Phil's Bar formula. Have them on-hand for a quick meal or snack, race energy, and even travel food. In addition to being a low glycemic, easy to digest meal with complete protein and healthy fats, they are absolutely delicious.
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