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Keri shares how to improve foods at breakfast, lunch, snack time, and dinner and gives us tips on how to cut calories and lower our fat intake.
Breakfast: Swap out your refined flour tortilla in your breakfast burrito for an almond flour tortilla or a sprouted grain tortilla, use pasture-raised organic eggs, and use black beans instead of processed meats
Lunch: In your tomato soup use low sodium vegetable broth instead of cream and for your grilled cheese sandwich use rye bread and a high-quality cheddar cheese
Snack: For a salty and crunchy treat, she loves beet chips and roasted broccoli
Dinner: Keri says a healthier take on cheesy potatoes is a baked stuffed sweet potato with organic chicken sausage -- plus onions, peppers, and nutritional yeast, which she says can be a parmesan cheese replacement