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Freshly Made
Science Based
No Added Sugar
Portion Controlled
Calorie Controlled
Sodium Controlled
No Added Preservatives
Balanced Macronutrients
Wholegrains
Rich in Fiber
Plant Forward
Lean Protein

Lunch Delivery

Our lunches start at $8.95 per meal, including 2-4 servings of freshly-made vegetables, lean protein, and a side of your choice. We currently provide FREE Delivery (no tip, no fee) to selected areas in San Diego. Order the day before and your lunch will be dellivered to your office by 12:30 PM. Guaranteed delivery, or your lunch is free! 

View lunch menu for 9/16/2019 - 9/20/2019
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New Protein of the Week

Wild Alaskan Salmon

A 6-oz portion of center-cut, boneless, and skinless wild Alaskan salmon fillet is marinated in fresh herbs, drizzle with lemon juice and olive oil, sprinkled with sea salt and freshly-ground black pepper, and broiled to medium. It's slightly crispy outside and moist inside, delicious hot or cold. One fillet is around 6 oz (raw weight) and can be added to any salad or bowl for $5.50.

Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 6 oz, Calories 265, Total Fat 8 g, Carbohydrate 0 g, Protein 44 g, Cholesterol 162 mg, Sodium 112 mg.
Salmon is one of the richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids that can promote heart health and reduce the chance of heart attack. AHA (American Heart Association) recommends eating 2 3.5-oz servings of fatty fish, like salmon, per week to guard against heart disease.

Compared to farmed Atlantic salmon sold in grocery stores, wild Alaskan salmon has many health advantages. Wild Alaskan salmon lives their lives freely in oceans, rivers, and lakes. It is not treated with antibiotics, which is regularly used in farmed salmon. The pinkish color of Alaskan salmon is natural as the result of eating shrimp and krill. But the color in farmed Atlantic salmon is artificially added. Farmed salmon has a very different diet than wild salmon. Most farmed salmon is fed with cheap feed made of chicken bones, scrap meats, and oily refuse. Without the artificially added color, farmed salmon would look dreadfully gray. Farmed salmon has been reported to have higher contaminants, such as PCB and pesticides, than wild salmon. Nutrition-wise, farmed Atlantic salmon is fattier than wild salmon because it doesn't get much exercise in its small enclosure. However, not all the fat in farmed salmon is good fat. Much of the extra fat in farmed salmon is saturated fat, which could contribute to heart disease.
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