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My breakfast this morning. Trying to eat healthier. Is this considered a healthy meal? Spicy blackbean patties with an egg, a tomato, avocado, and grapes.

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  2. The spicy blackbean patties are the only non whole food i believe. One of my main goals has been to cut down on processed foods. also, the egg was cooked in avocado oil.

  3. I’d love to have this! I personally figure it’s perfectly fine to throw in a little fun, tasty, processed food in from time to time. Love those black bean patties. I think there are some chickpea ones that are also superb

  4. As a personal trainer, I tell my clients that if you make sure you have a good split between protein, carbs, and fats (macro nutrients)in each meal then you’re doing well. Getting those macros from mainly whole foods and lean meats is by far the best way to do that. So keep up the good work, making sure you get a good balance of all you need over the course of the day and get enough calories in to sustain you properly. Easiest way of finding out how many calories you need is to use a BMR calculator online😁

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