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Keto Meal Prep Cookbook - 100 Simple Wholesome and Healthy Keto Meal Prep Recipes to Prep Grab and Go with 30-Days Keto Meal Plan for Beginners (Batch Cooking Clean Eating & Make Ahead Meals) - cover

Keto Meal Prep Cookbook - 100 Simple Wholesome and Healthy Keto Meal Prep Recipes to Prep Grab and Go with 30-Days Keto Meal Plan for Beginners (Batch Cooking Clean Eating & Make Ahead Meals)

Ann Collier

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Planning and making your meals ahead will save extra money, cut down on time spent cooking daily and give you access to healthy, delicious and easy keto-friendly meals and snacks on the go. The Keto Meal Prep Cookbook is a one-stop-guide that will help you achieve your nutrition and weight loss goals, also ensuring that you are sustained in nutritional ketosis without getting kicked out. This book offers you a simple and practical approach to exploit the limitless benefits of keto meal prepping with each recipe, while enabling you to keep track of your macros consecutively. You will find: •    How to meal prep efficiently without stress •    A detailed beginner's guide •    A comprehensive 30-Day meal plan •    100 scrumptious keto recipes, and morePlan your way to a longer, happier and healthier life.

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