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500-Calorie Vegetarian Menus


WebMD Menu from EatingWell

Going meatless, even once a week, can have real health benefits, including weight loss and reduced risk for heart disease. Why? Plant-based foods, such as vegetables, beans and lentils, are low in saturated fat and full of fiber, which helps you feel satisfied on fewer calories. Plus, vegetarian dinners save on grocery bills and reduce your carbon footprint. Browse through these recipes to choose your main course, then pick from the suggested side dishes, desserts or drinks to round out your 500-calorie meal. With meals like these, who needs meat?

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