Dear Friend,


Nutrition is – for my money – the #1 factor for body transformation. It’s true, you really are what you eat.


Now you know this, and you probably know the difference between what’s good and what’s bad for you too… The problem is, the bad stuff is just so much easier to get a hold of, and so much tastier.


…Or is it?


What if I could give you 10 recipes that take just 10 minutes to prepare (less than it takes to get to the drive-thru and back) and taste even better than a greasy burger and fries… With amazing health benefits too?


You could get into the healthy habit of eating right, and transform your body in record time, right?


Well, then no more excuses.


Because here’s 10 Healthy Meals, In 10 Minutes or Less…And They Taste Terrific!


Chicken Caesar Wraps

(Serves 2)




2 x cup Caesar Salad Mix

2 x 4 oz. Chicken Breasts Cooked

1 x cup Shredded Parmesan Cheese

1 x cup Sliced Mushrooms

1 x tablespoon Light Mayo

2 x Tortilla Wraps (whole-wheat)





  1. Heat tortillas


  1. Chop chicken and toss with salad


  1. Mix mushrooms, cheese and a spoonful of mayo in with the salad and chicken


  1. Roll up mix in heated tortillas and serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 385

Protein: 31.6 g

Carbohydrates: 26.5 g

Fat: 15.5

Cholesterol: 75.5 mg

Sodium: 674.5 mg

Fiber: 2.9 g


Red Bean Avocado Salad

(Serves 2)




1/2 Can Red Kidney Beans

1/2 Can Garbanzo Beans

1/2  Medium Tomato

1/3  Avocado

1/2 cup Shredded Carrot

1/4 x Red Onion

1 x tablespoon Zesty Italian Dressing




  1. Rinse kidney and garbanzo beans


  1. Chop tomato into pieces


  1. Dice onion


  1. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, top with dressing and serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 194

Protein: 7.8 g

Carbohydrates: 27.3 g

Fat: 6.9

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 290 mg

Fiber: 10.5 g

Crab Tostados

(Serves 2)




6 x Crisp Corn Tortillas

1/2 x cup Guacamole

2 x cup boiled Crabmeat

1 x cup Salsa

1 x Lime




  1. Heat tortilla in microwave for about 20 seconds


  1. Add guacamole to tortilla, then crabmeat, then salsa


  1. Squeeze of lime and serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 525

Protein: 19.5 g

Carbohydrates: 83 g

Fat: 21.1 g

Cholesterol: 30 mg

Sodium: 1548 mg

Fiber: 8.5 g

Ham and Pasta

(Serves 2)




2 Cups Cooked Pasta

1 Cup Lean Diced Ham

1 x tablespoon Olive Oil

1/2 x cup Chopped Onion

2 x Garlic Cloves

1 Medium Tomato

6 Oz. Spinach

Black pepper




  1. Heat olive oil in skillet and add ham, cook for about 6 minutes


  1. Add onions to skillet with ham for another 2 minutes


  1. Next add garlic (minced)


  1. Chop tomato


  1. Just before serving add tomatoes and spinach


  1. Toss with pasta and season with pepper


Per Serving:

Calories: 456

Protein: 29.7 g

Carbohydrates: 50.7 g

Fat: 14.6 g

Cholesterol: 63.5 mg

Sodium: 111 mg

Fiber: 5.7 g

Broiled Halibut

(Serves 2)




2 x 4oz Halibut Fillets

12 Oz Low fat yogurt

1/4 x cup Lemon Juice

1 x Clove Garlic crushed






  1. Mix yogurt, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper in bowl


  1. Line broiler pan with foil and place fillet with skin side down. Spread half of yogurt sauce over fillets and place under broil until topping is golden


  1. Serve with warm yogurt sauce as side


Per Serving:

Calories: 279

Protein: 39.6 g

Carbohydrates: 17.2 g

Fat: 5.8 g

Cholesterol: 61 mg

Sodium: 219 mg

Fiber: .45 g

Steak Salad

(Serves 2)




8 Oz Flank Steak

6 Oz Field Greens

2 Tbsp. Olive oil

¼ Cup Lemon Juice






  1. Pan grill steak, 3-4 minutes each side


  1. Sprinkle steak with salt & pepper then slice


  1. Mix with salad, drizzle with olive oil and lemon then serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 412

Protein: 33 g

Carbohydrates: 6.7 g

Fat: 28.7 g

Cholesterol: 81 mg

Sodium: 112.3 mg

Fiber: 4.2 g

The Waldorf

(Serves 2)




2 oz.Walnuts

1 x Apple

1 x cup diced Celery

6 oz. Field Greens

1 x tablespoon Olive oil




  1. Chop walnuts, apple and celery


  1. Toss chopped pieces with salad mix and olive oil


  1. Serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 301

Protein: 6.6 g

Carbohydrates: 13.4 g

Fat: 27.2 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 82 mg

Fiber: 7.5 g

Fresh Tomato Pasta

(Serves 2)




1 x Tomato

2 x Cups Cooked Spaghetti

1 x tablespoon Olive Oil

1 x clove Garlic

1/4 x cup Shredded Parmesan Cheese




  1. Cook pasta


  1. Chop tomatoes and cook with oil and garlic until tender


  1. Mix tomatoes and pasta, top with parmesan and serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 332

Protein: 11.8 g

Carbohydrates: 44.2 g

Fat: 12.2 g

Cholesterol: 12.5 mg

Sodium: 206.5 mg

Fiber: 3.3 g

Salmon Teriyaki With Pineapple

(Serves 2)




2 x 4 oz. Salmon Fillet

2 x tablespoon Sake

1 x teaspoon Sugar

1 x tablespoon Soy Sauce

8 x Pineapple Chunks





  1. Sear salmon fillet in skillet (couple of minutes for each side)


  1. Remove salmon from skillet and add a splash of water, sake, a little sugar and soy sauce


  1. When mixture is thick return salmon to skillet with pineapple chunks and turn until done.


  1. Serve


Per Serving:

Calories: 290

Protein: 26.3 g

Carbohydrates: 10.5 g

Fat: 14.1 g

Cholesterol: 71 mg

Sodium: 357 mg

Fiber: .5 g

Veggie Burger

(Serves 2)




2/3 x cup Black Beans

1/4 x Onion

1/4 x cup Rolled oats

1 x teaspoon Chili powder

1 x Small Egg

Salt to taste

Pepper to taste

2 x Burger Bun

4 x Lettuce Leaf




  1. Add all indigents into a food processor until mushy (not including bun and lettuce)


  1. Remove and shape into burgers (add water or oats to mixture if needed)


  1. Cook in oil, about 3 minutes for each side


  1. Serve in bun with lettuce


Per Serving:

Calories: 327

Protein: 15.3 g

Carbohydrates: 60.3 g

Fat: 7.3 g

Cholesterol: 106.5 mg

Sodium: 635.3 mg

Fiber: 8.3 g

What To Take Away From This Report:


So – yes! – there is such a thing as great tasting, healthy fast food.


What’s important for you to know though, is to actually try these recipes. And get into the habit of eating more healthily. Like I said, there really are no excuses.


10 minutes or less, that’s all it takes for these amazing meals!


Whatever your health goals are, nutrition is so important. Yet it’s the one thing many people overlook. And that’s why many people struggle with their health.


 Of course exercise is crucial too. The two go hand in hand.







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