This whole-grain breakfast is rich in fiber and extra filling. Let your slow cooker do the work overnight to save precious time in the morning (and to wake up to a house filled with wonderful smells).
In functional medicine, we see food not just as energy, but as information and instructions for your hormones, brain chemistry, gut flora and immune system.
It’s no secret that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The problem is that breakfast can only be beneficial if you put the right kind of fuel in your body.
This frittata is full of flavor and nutrients, yet is low in calories. The herbs and variety of vegetables make it an unforgettable omelet dish.
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This superfood omelet is full of nutrient-rich veggies. Brussels sprouts and kale provide folate and glucosinolates. Seaweeds are full of minerals and avocados are loaded with healthy monounsaturated and saturated fats.
Stuck in a rut eating oatmeal for breakfast? This naturally sweet, satisfying alternative, featuring heart-healthy millet, is sure to become a family favorite.
If you’re on the run in the morning, welcome to your next breakfast!
We’ve ditched the white flour in favor of gluten-free whole-grain flours, including brown rice, oat, and teff, a traditional Ethiopian grain that’s high in protein, iron, and calcium.
Here’s a recipe destined to become a family favorite. It features shredded zucchini, oat bran and raisins, sweetened with maple syrup, and with a hint of orange for flavor.
A simple and filling breakfast like yogurt is easy to prepare and eat on the run. You can add various toppings, fruit and nuts to your taste to jazz up this dish.