The Simplest Healthy Meal You Should Add to Your Diet Today

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Want to know how Matt and I really eat?

For the most part, it comes down to a simple formula. The grain, green, and bean.  But what that looks like in practice may surprise you.

In today’s episode, we go in-depth into why a grain, green, and bean makes for a simple and healthy meal, and share ideas on how to avoid the trap of the boring veggie bowl.

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