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Indulging in takeaway food is often the ‘easy’ option after a hard day at work, or a reward whilst unwinding on the weekend.

However, the easy option is always also extremely unhealthy, and avoidable!

We’ve reworked five takeaway meals into healthy meal options that you can make for yourself and the family at home.

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Burgers

It’s time to stop the Maccas runs.

One Big Mac contains 31.4g of fat, 42.0g of carbohydrates and 11.8g of saturated fats. It may require little effort from you, but it’s guaranteed to make you feel terrible hours after eating it.

Instead, try creating your own healthy burger! Just by incorporating lean beef mince and multigrain rolls, you can reward yourself with your own protein-packed, juicy burger.

Within 15 minutes you will have your dinner cooked, and a lot fewer calories consumed.

Find the recipe here.

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Pies

Whilst being a classic, the Aussie meat pie is unfortunately packed with 19.8g of fat, 38.2g of carbohydrates and 400+ calories.

It may be easy to grab one from the bakery, but spend one night making our MAN Pie and you will never step foot in the bakery again.

Containing only 3g of sugar and a healthy 28g of protein per serving, the MAN Pie is full of lean meat, so you can enjoy this favourite without adding to the buldge!

Find the recipe here.

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Pizza

Your average pizza from Domino’s holds an outrageous number of calories, fat, and carbohydrates. Wouldn’t it be good if you could have pizza while you’re trying to lose weight without all that guilt?

Well with some smart swaps you can still enjoy a super tasty pizza and not feel as though all your hard work of dieting has gone to waste. The secret is knowing where the calories are and what you can swap.

Luckily for you, we’ve put together a delicious and healthy Italian pizza recipe for you, so you can enjoy a slice without worrying about the gut!

Find the recipe here.

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Pancakes

Whilst Maccas are known for their Big Macs, their hotcakes pack an unhealthy punch as well. They contain a whopping 61.5g of carbohydrates and 397 calories, and that’s not even including the butter and syrup.

If you want your stomach to be as flat as a pancake, make the Man Cakes! This recipe get rids of the processed sugar and flour, and packs in the protein to keep you lean and mean. Plus, they taste so much better!

Find the recipe here.

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Sushi

Regular sushi rolls are surprisingly high in sugar and calories. So instead of wanting to look like a sumo wrestler, go DIY instead with our Super Sushi Rolls!

Just two rolls contain 41g of protein and less than 5g of sugar and carbs. Plus seaweeds such as nori have been shown to have powerful health benefits, including the ability to cut fat absorption dramatically.

Find the recipe here.

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