Make-Ahead Breakfasts to Grab and Go

Posted by & filed under Breakfast, Carolyn Malcoun, Family meals, Food Blog, Healthy kids, Multimedia & Tools - Blogs, Spinal Decompression Ontario California, Syndicated.

Make-Ahead Breakfasts to Grab and Go  Blog Post

No matter how hard I try to be organized, I’m always scrambling to get out the door in the morning.

There are lunches to make, school supplies to organize, the question of “Do I need to defrost anything for dinner?” to answer. I’m lucky if I gulp down some coffee, let alone eat breakfast. But I know if I skip my morning meal, I’ll be “hangry” by 10 a.m.

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Buy a Healthier Granola Bar

Posted by & filed under Breakfast, Health Blog, Lisa D'Agrosa, Multimedia & Tools - Blogs, Snacks, Spinal Decompression Ontario California, Syndicated.

Buy a Healthier Granola Bar Blog Post

Granola bars are convenient when you’re on the go, but some varieties have such a hefty sugar load they may as well be sold in the candy aisle. You can’t assume all of them are automatically healthy.

Here’s how you can find the healthiest granola bars:

Star Ingredient: Make sure oats are the first ingredient listed on the package. This healthy whole grain is a good source of fiber, which helps keep you full and is good for your cholesterol. If rice or rice flour is listed, make sure it’s brown rice (it’s a whole grain), otherwise it’s refined.


Just Add Vegetables: 5 Hash Recipes Perfect for Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner

Posted by & filed under Breakfast, Breana Lai, Budget meals, Dinner, Food Blog, Multimedia & Tools - Blogs, Quick meals, Spinal Decompression Ontario California, Syndicated, Vegetarian.

Just Add Vegetables: 5 Hash Recipes Perfect for Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner Blog Post

On evenings when I come home from cooking all day in the Test Kitchen, I rarely want to think about what to make for dinner.

Some people looking for easy, healthy meals start with the protein (maybe chicken or fish or, for vegetarians, eggs or tofu). Others, the starch—such as pasta or rice. Not me.


How a High-Protein Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight

Posted by & filed under Breakfast, Christopher Mohr, Ph.D., R.D., Diet, Diet Blog, Health, Multimedia & Tools - Blogs, Spinal Decompression Ontario California, Syndicated, Weight loss.

How a High-Protein Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight  Blog Post

Most Americans get 10 to 15 grams of protein at breakfast, but 30 grams may be the magic number to keep your appetite in check throughout the day and prevent weight gain. New research presented at the Obesity Society’s annual meeting found that women who ate a protein-packed breakfast (30 grams from eggs and sausage) felt more satisfied and ate about 100 calories less at lunch compared to those who ate a low-protein pancake breakfast. A high-protein morning meal also quelled evening snacking (by about 135 calories) in a small study of teenagers.


Your 1-Day Plan to Get Back on Track

Posted by & filed under Breakfast, Diet, Diet Blog, Dinner, Lisa D'Agrosa, Lunch, Multimedia & Tools - Blogs, Nutrition, Snacks, Spinal Decompression Ontario California, Syndicated, Weight loss, Wellness.

Your 1-Day Plan to Get Back on Track Blog Post

There are times, like after a food-filled vacation or a big holiday, when I feel like my typically healthy diet needs a bit of a refresh. Instead of skipping meals, feeling guilty or drastically cutting calories—habits that can be detrimental to your health—try making some small changes to each meal to get back on track without a diet overhaul. Here’s a daily plan with tricks for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks that will save some calories and help you get right back on track.

See: Is doing a cleanse a good idea?