Max Out Macros - Squash

Not all calories are created equal. In conversations about diet, the term “macros” is gaining traction. Short for macronutrients, macros refer to the individual components of the foods we eat: protein, fat, and carbohydrates. Focusing on macros and considering the quality of their source as opposed to strictly counting calories may help shed light on any dietary deficiencies and help get you on track to meet your health goals. Learn more about macros here

A savory stuffed acorn squash is a great dish to add to your dinner table when you’re trying to eat healthy. Click here for a recipe for a barley and curried vegetable stuffed acorn squash that won’t break the calorie bank like traditional starchy side dishes. 

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