Replace Meal Replacement Bars with Real Meals – Alec Baldwin

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Vietnam’s famous noodle soup. It’s all about the fragrant and flavourful broth. Pho is a meal-in-a-bowl enjoyed day or night. Make the broth ahead and assemble just before serving.
Vietnam’s famous noodle soup. It’s all about the fragrant and flavourful broth. Pho is a meal-in-a-bowl enjoyed day or night. Make the broth ahead and assemble just before serving.


THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Replacing meal replacement bars with real meals – that is a goal that actor Alec Baldwin shares in this video spot.

Alec Baldwin is giving radical nutrition advice to the millions who subsist on mundane meal replacement bars: Eat actual meals.

Real Food is Better for You

In the 40-second public service announcement, Baldwin says the Physicians Committee’s Meal Replacement Bar Replacement Meal Plan not only saves time and money—it’s actually more nutritious than meal replacement bars.

“Tired of running to the store for expensive meal replacement bars? They cost a fortune!” says Baldwin in the PSA. “At the Physicians Committee, we have the perfect solution: The Meal Replacement Bar Replacement Meal. It has all the nutrition of a meal replacement bar—and you can make it right at home!” Baldwin shares the plant-based meal plan and cleanse in the PSA available at www.MealReplacementBarReplacementMeal.or­g.

His advice follows a new scientific study highlighting the many benefits of the Meal Replacement Bar Replacement Meal: Eating more fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes could save millions of lives and trillions of dollars, according to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.

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