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Food and Recipe Recipes for Breakfast

Discussion in 'Lifestyle & Healthy Living' started by Yours, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. Recipes That Nutritionists Recommend for Breakfast


    If there’s one thing nutrition experts agree on, it’s this: Eating balanced meals is essential for optimal health.

    Breakfast means something different for everyone: It might be the first thing you eat when you wake up, or it might be your mid-morning break. It doesn’t matter when or where you eat it, what matters is that you do. If you can eat a healthy meal for breakfast instead of a granola bar on the way to work, even better.

    Here are breakfast recipes nutrition experts would love to see on your personal menu this week, and why.

    1. Cinnamon-apple Steel Cut Oatmeal
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    Not a morning person? Please or Register to view links is for you. Not only is it made with fresh ingredients and full of natural cinnamon flavor, but you can also make it the night before so it’s all ready to go when you wake up. You could be eating breakfast before the coffee’s even done, and it’s completely healthy.

    2. Spinach and Feta Quiche
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    Not a huge fan of vegetables? Please or Register to view links. Spinach is the ideal vegetable if you don’t like the taste of most vegetables, because it’s easy to incorporate into recipes so you can still reap its benefits without having to taste it. Who doesn’t love eggs and cheese, even with a little spinach mixed in?

    3. Bagel with Homemade Hummus
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    When you’re pressed for time, it’s tempting to just skip breakfast at home and zip through the nearest drive-thru to grab a bagel loaded with cream cheese. It takes two minutes to throw a bagel in the toaster, and with a little Please or Register to view links spread on top, you’re in for a delicious surprise. Chickpeas have all kinds of hidden Please or Register to view links, and making your own hummus requires a food processor and very minimal knowledge of how to cook things.

    4. Homemade Biscuits
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    Biscuits and…well, anything you want! Please or Register to view links means you’re not limited to whatever your favorite restaurant might automatically pair with them. Make your own gravy, or spread a little butter or jelly on top for great flavor (without so many added calories).

    5. Plain Greek Yogurt with Granola and Fresh Fruit
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    Maybe you’re not a big breakfast eater. That’s okay: Please or Register to view links still counts. Starting with plain Greek yogurt gives you a blank culinary canvas to pair with whatever you want. Add fruit for a healthy sugar boost and granola for a little extra crunch.

    6. Egg White Omelet with Spinach
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    Bored with your basic omelet? Try whisking up an Please or Register to view links for a subtle yet delicious change in your dietary morning routine. If you’re worried about too much cholesterol and want a lower-calorie option, Please or Register to view links is this recipe’s claim to fame. It tastes good, too.

    7. Peanut Butter Banana Flax Smoothie
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    Sometimes it’s still okay to drink your calories, especially if you choose something that has protein and naturally-occurring sugar instead of a lot of artificial ingredients. Please or Register to view links with banana and peanut butter is the perfect to-go breakfast if you’re a little short on time. This recipe will also keep you full until lunch, improving your concentration throughout the rest of your morning.

    8. Fruit Salad
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    There aren’t any fancy techniques to mastering a quick, fresh fruit salad to start your day off right. Simply scoop two cups worth of cottage cheese into a bowl and mix in your favorite fresh fruit (blueberries and strawberries work, but feel free to experiment with flavors). Carbohydrates, the sugars each of these ingredients contain, will keep you going even on a Monday.

    9. Oatmeal Pancakes
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    Can’t decide whether you want oatmeal or pancakes for breakfast? Problem solved. Please or Register to view links taste good, but they’re also good for you. Oatmeal gives you an energy boost to get you through the morning and Please or Register to view links to promote good heart health.

    10. Breakfast Tortilla
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    Feeling creative this morning? Please or Register to view links takes everything you love about breakfast and tosses it all into one pan. You’ll pack in the protein after just 15 minutes of preparation. Once again, the fresh ingredients will leave you feeling filled (and fulfilled) without dedicating your entire morning to the kitchen.

    Eating healthy isn’t just about the food itself: it’s about enjoying what you eat, and making time to prepare meals with as many fresh ingredients as possible as often as you can. Nutrition experts want you to eat well, but they want you to be happy while doing it, too.

    Enjoy your breakfast!
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  2. hanap muna tayo ng spinach :)
     
  3. Hinahanap lang pala yun kala ko binibili :hilarious:
     
  4. pag kami ang nahihingi binibigay lang nila sa amin kasi :meh:
     
  5. Ah ayusin mo kasi di tayo nagkakaintindihan ih :ROFLMAO:
     
  6. gusto mo tampalin kita? hahah :p
     
  7. oa mo crios :shifty:
     
  8. Ano oa jan tatampalin mo ako ih :nailbiting::hilarious:
     
  9. Mabuti nga yan lang aabutin mo :meh::hilarious:
     
  10. Bakit meron pa ba ? :nailbiting:
    Ikaw naman sunod kung tampalin:hilarious:
     
  11. ewan ko sayo :shifty:basahin mo nalang yan crios :ROFLMAO:
     
  12. Tinat
    Tinatamad ako magbasa pag ganyan kahaba :shifty:
     
  13. yong pictures nalang tingnan mo :shifty:
     
  14. o picture ko. hahaha :punch::shifty:
     
  15. whats funny :shifty::hilarious:
     
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