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    Here's How To Have A Healthier Week

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    1. Bookmark these vegetarian meals for your next Meatless Monday:

    They're also perfect if you're observing lent.

    More: 20 Protein-Packed Dinners With No Meat

    2. Or try these vegan ones:

    Even if you're not meat- and dairy-free, these are great for anyone who might want to try something new in the kitchen. Find tons of ideas here.

    More: 25 Weeknight Dinner Recipes With No Meat Or Dairy

    3. Cook a big batch of grains early on — like quinoa or farro — then incorporate them into meals throughout the week.

    4. While you're at it, do the same thing with sheet-pan-roasted vegetables.

    Just prep, store, and use as a heat-and-eat option throughout the week. Find the recipe for roasted Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, and sausage here.

    More: 19 Easy Single-Person Cooking Ideas That Won’t Waste Food Or Get Boring

    5. Need more fiber in your diet? Save this cheat sheet.

    And find even more cheat sheets on everything from meal prepping to marinades here.

    More: 20 Cheat Sheets For When You’re Trying To Eat A Little Healthier

    6. On noodles or zoodles, swap out canned tomato sauce for homemade roasted red pepper sauce.

    Red peppers are loaded with vitamin C, and making the sauce from scratch lets you ditch the added sugar and preservatives that can pop up in certain canned sauces. Find the recipe for these red pepper pasta zoodles here.

    More: 22 Tasty Ways To Hide Veggies In Your Favorite Foods

    7. For a sweet (and seasonal!) snack, try broiled grapefruit with a bit of brown sugar or honey.

    Equal parts sweet and tart. Find the instructions here, and find a full list of what's in season this month here.

    More: 31 Delicious Things To Cook In March