Making a meatless lunch or dinner that tastes good can seem daunting, but throwing in variety and a few pre-made items can be a game-changer. This meatless meal has three parts in order to maximize the flavor and nutrients.
Lentil soup is jammed pack with fiber and can meet around 25% of your daily needs. Women under <50 years of age need 25 grams of fiber per day and men < 50 need 38 grams of fiber. Over 50 years of age it’s 20 grams and 30 grams respectively. Lentils are loaded with plant-based protein and phytonutrients. One can on average has around 12 grams of protein.
You’ve got yourself a 15-minute meatless meal. Eat and Enjoy! Looking for more meals with a plant-based boost? Check out my new book, The Plant-Based Boost Cookbook, 100+Recipes for Athletes and Exercise Enthusiasts.
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