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Breakfast9 Tasty Breakfast To Kickstart Your Morning

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. People will tell you that they skip the meal when dieting, but that’s not a good practice to get into. Your body needs the food that you provide it after you wake up, kickstarting it from a long fast overnight. You’ll have gone at least eight hours without food!

Your breakfast will help to kickstart your metabolism. It should help to balance out the overnight glucose levels (which are normal to be higher than during the day) and will help to sustain you until your next meal.

To make the most of the meal, you need to eat the right types of foods. You also need a breakfast that is tasty, making you want to eat more of it and not feel like you’re dieting or sacrificing happiness for healthy food.

Here are nine tasty breakfast ideas that will kickstart your morning.

Start with Toast with the Right Toppings

Sometimes you just want something quick and simple. Toast is one of the most common starts to the day, but it does get a bad reputation. Depending on the bread that you eat, you can end up with refined carbs and gluten that can upset your digestive system.

But it’s not just the toast. There’s the issue of the toppings. Too many people spread high-sugar options over their toast, whether it’s jam or chocolate spread. They don’t get the nutritious toppings that will help sustain them for their next meal. Read More

 

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Worst Holiday Foods

Work-Arounds for the Worst Holiday Foods PKG?

One of the best parts of the holiday season is a big festive meal. But what tastes good at the dinner table may not look so good on the scale the next day. Lindsay Malone, RD, offers tips on how to lighten up classic holiday foods.?

 

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Best Food to Prevent Common Childhood Infections

Best Food to Prevent Common Childhood Infections

Just a dusting of nutritional yeast worth of beta glucan fiber a day is put to the test in a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial for the prevention of common childhood illnesses.

 

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Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

Should You Avoid Farmed Fish?

Fish farming has become the new way to raise and eventually eat fish. Are the fish raised in farms good for you?

 

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Quick Office Breaks

Lunch Recipes8 Easy Lunch Recipes For Quick Office Breaks

While we would all love to take an hour off for lunch, it’s not always possible. We may run our own business and have to get back to the slog of day-to-day operations. In other cases, we have lunch meetings, or our bosses just won’t let us have a full hour.

But while we don’t have much time, we want more than a quick sandwich. We need sustenance and food that we enjoy. Lunchtime is often the only time we get to ourselves during the work day, and we want to make the most of it.

It’s time to try out these delicious but quick lunch recipes. They’re easy to throw together whether you plan, or you must do it all during lunch.

Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta Salad
Let’s start simple, seasonal, and delicious. Sun-dried tomatoes can be a required taste, but you will get used to them. They offer a Mediterranean taste to your meals, especially when mixed with pasta.

Choose whole grain pasta for the best filling results. You’ll get complex carbs and plenty of fiber for slow and supported digestion. The energy will be released slowly throughout the afternoon, so you don’t get the 3pm slump. Read More

 

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