Recipe: For 15 muffins
240 gr of organic wholemeal spelt flour
45 gr of full rolled oats
Added by Lisa Nelson on May 14, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments
Is it a prepackaged cereal?
How about an omelet?
It’s an oldie but a goodie: OATMEAL
Today, I was on the phone with my twenty year-old daughter, and somehow our conversation turned to breakfast. She’s a junior in college, living off-campus, and sharing an apartment with three other roommates.…Continue
Simple Ways to Make Your Breakfast Even Healthier
By Lauren S Johnson
By now everyone has heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides your body with the necessary nutrition for the day and it can even support your weight loss goals. Skipping breakfast often results in unhealthy snacking, fatigue, lack of focus, irritability, and weight gain (just to name a few). So as you can…Continue
Good Nutrition Requires a Healthy Breakfast
By Charles Plake
We hear frequently that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Why is that?
Studies have shown that school children who eat a healthy breakfast perform better in class. To get your child energized for the day, include protein and fiber in their breakfast. Peanut butter on toast and a piece of fruit is healthy, easy to prepare…Continue
Added by Steve on October 17, 2008 at 5:02pm — No Comments
Is your diet telling you to stop eating certain foods?
Are you telling yourself not to eat certain foods because this is conventional wisdom?
Guess what, it’s wrong.
You are in control of what you eat, and you should be able to eat…Continue
I look at the Healthy Lifestyle Bloggers several times a day--scanning headlines, clicking links, and looking for inspiration.
Wednesday, I found My Photo Food Journal at…Continue
Added by Lisa Newton on September 12, 2008 at 6:35am — No Comments
And, breakfast and lunch,
With a twist, though.
Plan your menu, choose your recipes, cook your meal, and then, take a picture.
As the old adage goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.”
I’ve created a new group called, “What’s for dinner?” so we can all share and exchange pictures of our creative healthy foods, meals, and recipes.…Continue
Despite what the sign on this truck says (which I took while waiting for the light to change when I was walking), life isn’t enjoyed more by eating out.
Here are three major reasons to eat at home:
1. In most cases, eating at home is healthier—by using the freshest ingredients and having time to choose the best of what’s available, people are able to ensure that they can…Continue
A new study just released says it can.
Breakfast has always been touted as the most important meal of the day, and according to the study, if you eat a bigger breakfast--with more carbohydrates and protein—you’re inclined to eat a smaller lunch and dinner.
The study results were…Continue
Comic courtesy of ttdesign
In a study at Yale University, scientists tested 161 brands of breakfast cereal of which 46 percent were marketed to children.
A cereal was put in this category if it had a character on the box, toys or games…Continue
You wake up late, barely have time to shower, get dressed, grab a cup of coffee, read half a column of the daily news, and you’re almost out the door.
Photo courtesy of Peter Kaminski
What about breakfast? I already know your response: “You don’t have time.”…Continue
This week we’ll try something new because we like to think outside the box.
Today’s breakfast topic is sweet potatoes -- famous for pies, muffins, and bread, so why not pancakes?
Why 300 calories?
If you are trying to lose or maintain a healthy body weight, typically having a daily calorie count around 1200-1500 calories is ideal. Therefore, a meal should consist of approximately 300-400 calories.
Based on the scenario outlined below, you could eat several times a day and it would be still be a sensible and smart balanced diet; of course, if you follow certain essential guidelines.