Opt for these fat-burning, belly-flattening healthy foods that are the perfect way to start the day.A well-balanced nutritious breakfast is the first step towards slimmer, healthier you. Here are five ways to make the most of your morning meal so that you get all the nutrients you need without the excess fat on your belly! Photograph: Dashu83/Freepik.com
All hail the mighty oat! Oats have 10 grams of protein per half-cup serving and your fiber-packed bowl will slow down the metabolism of the sugar from these carbs. For some awesome and easy ways to add oats to your morning routine, check out these 50 Overnight Oats Recipes for Weight Loss!
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2015 was not my best year. I spent most of it confused, sad, heartbroken, and not cooking at all. Last year was turbulent, to say the least, and resulted in some big life changes: I’m no longer married, and I’m living alone (for the first time in eight years).
If you think the rest of the world is just sucking down cigs and croissants for breakfast, you're sadly mistaken. Take a cue from these countries' better-for-you choices—and get your 'Merica on by welcoming the following healthy breakfast ideas into your life.
There is nothing finer than a warm, buttery pastry on a cool fall morning. So I propose that, this weekend, you tackle classic French croissants at home.
Smoothies are one of our all-time favorite things to eat (well, drink) on the go. We have them for breakfast, as an afternoon snack, or even as a sweet treat. However, buying a smoothie is often extremely costly (certain juice places even sell them for upwards of $10!). So to spare all of our wallets, we are sharing some life-changing tips and tricks that will help us get into the habit of making smoothies at home. You won’t even need a recipe, just choose a few ingredients that you love, and follow these hacks. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’ve got some blending to do.1. ...
Research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to be leaner and dieters are more successful at losing weight—and keeping it off—when they eat breakfast. What’s more, people who typically eat breakfast also get more fiber (more on why this is important later), calcium, vitamins A and C, riboflavin, zinc and iron—and less fat and dietary cholesterol.
Overnight oats are a quick make-ahead breakfast, using equal portions of old-fashioned oats and water and a pinch of salt. In the morning, sprinkle with your favorite toppings and voilà, breakfast is served.
By Catherine LambThis New Year’s Eve, it’s okay to indulge. It’s okay to put on your sparkliest party dress, gather round some buddies, and maybe hit the rum punch a bit too hard. December 31st happens but once a year, and you’ve got to make sure 2015 goes out with a bang — and maybe a karaoke rendition of “Build Me Up Buttercup” to boot.We’re betting January 1st, you might be feeling the pain. So save your resolutions for January 2nd — the first day of 2016 is reserved for savory, absorbative, healing dishes sure to ease you into the new year. Because salt, fat, and carbohydrates have miraculous healing powers, and you’ve got 364 more days to start being healthy this year.
A wise woman once said, “You can never have too many morning buns.” Yes! One million times yes.Come on! Put off that yogurt and granola for January (or, you know, a regular ol’ weekday morning) and try your hand at an airy, fluffy, swirly cinnamon bun (or one of its yeasted cousins) instead.Fun to make (the rising! the smearing! the rolling!), fun to eat (the un-twirling! the drippy icing! the gooey center!), and fun to admire, these 12 recipes are sure to have your head spinning (in the best way possible).
Because author Kelly Choi and the editors of Eat This, Not That! put test panelists on a best-selling new weight-loss plan—The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse—and they lost up to 10 pounds in one week! The Cleanse combines delicious, inexpensive teas with creamy smoothies and filling dinners—the perfect way to jumpstart your weight loss (and your morning). “Hit the gym and do some treadmill sprints on an empty stomach to burn fat,” he says.
Related: 13 Ways to Eat Eggs for Dinner The egg yolk stays soft while the white parts get crispy. Lift up the bagel when it’s done and you’ll see a griddled bagel and little crackly brown bits of egg white. It’s easier to make and eat than an egg sandwich: The yolk is contained in its hole and, when broken into, is immediately surrounded by bagel to mop it up. Related: 5 Egg Dishes to Make Without a Recipe It’s amenable to your bagel sandwich preferences: Melt cheese on top, add on bacon or greens, slather it in hot sauce and ketchup. The Bagel Egg in a Hole could be your end game—or your canvas.
Have I been making toast the wrong way my whole life? It’s a disturbing thought, but one I had to face as I watched Raquel Pelzel demonstrate how to make the cinnamon toast from her book Toast. Instead of buttering the bread after toasting it (a logical order I’ve followed by whole life), Raquel butters the bread before. This right here is a photograph of the Platonic toast.
‘Navratra’ —the nine-day fasting period rooted in the Hindu religion — offers some great opportunities to re-focus on your diet and take corrective measures. However, if made into a feast, it can be more damaging than your usual diet and lead to weight gain. These days, even restaurants in our cities offer a range of speciality foods loaded with calories — the reason behind the post-Navratra pounds.