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Are you missing some of your favorite takeout meals as we shelter in place and limit our trips out?
The Doctors look back on our visit from Mareya Ibrahim, the author of “Eat Like You Give a Fork,” who shares healthy alternatives of your favorite takeout dishes that can help you feel like you dining out.
She says her approach to eating is not about counting calories, but making the calories count and notes her recipes aim to help people thrive, feel strong boost metabolism, lower your inflammation, and improve gut health.
Mareya shares her healthy versions of Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai, Overstuffed Sweet Potatoes with Chipotle-Lime Yogurt and Apple Pie Protein Fit Bites. She says her versions of these tasty dishes lower your calories, carbohydrates and blood sugar, and improve your protein, fiber, and healthy fats.
Get the recipes for Mareya's tasty takeout alternatives and check out even more healthy recipes seen on The Doctors. Plus, find helpful resources, tips, advice and news on coronavirus/COVID-19 from The Doctors.
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