6 Healthy Starts
Shared by Brooke Worley, MS, of MyFoodDiary.com, this recipe contains powerful ingredients that add up to really pack a punch: filling, heart-healthy oats, vitamin B-rich peanut butter and bananas, and energy-boosting honey.
Mix ingredients together. Microwave on high for 2 minutes. Stir and devour!
At only 60 calories, eggs provide the most nutritional bang for their caloric buck, say the folks at Eggland's Best. Hard-cooked eggs are a great source of vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E. And the protein keeps you feeling fuller longer.
With this scrumptious treat, you'll feel like you're chillin' at the smoothie joint at the mall.? I?t?'?s? ???e?a?s?y ?t?o ?m?a?k?e? ?a?n?d? ?e?a?s?y ?t?o ?e?a?t? ?-?-? ?a?n?d? ?i?t?'?s? ?g?r?e?a?t? ?t?o? ?s?h?a?r?e? ?w?i?t?h? ?t?h?e? ?k?i?d?s?,? ?t?o?o??!
Laura McIntosh, host of Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh, is a fifth-generation farmer's daughter who encourages busy moms to use fresh, seasonal ingredients.
McIntosh makes an ordinary whole wheat bagel more special by topping it with egg, turkey sausage or low-fat cream cheese. The fiber-filled bagel helps Mom feel fuller longer, and the protein-rich toppings help keep her energy level high.
Fitness expert Francesca Pucher of Fitness 121 takes traditional breakfast staples and adds them together for a truly splendid, energizing breakfast.
Cherries are really good for you and provide a great start in the morning, but they're not always in season. Use convenient canned cherries while waiting for this summer's bounty.
Spoon alternating layers of granola, yogurt and fruit in 3 tall glasses.