Start your day right with this light, tasty power breakfast. It offers a perfect balance of protein, greens and veggies — and the pesto gives it a little kick.
Confused about whether uncured bacon is any better for your health? Cleveland Clinic dietitian Brigid Titgemeier weighs in.
This hash is a satisfying treat, yet contains lighter, healthier ingredients than traditional versions. Try it with jicama, turkey bacon, eggs and avocado.
Omelets are a great choice for a one skillet meal. This meatless dinner option provides 100 percent of your daily vitamin C and is a good source of calcium.
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Skipping breakfast not only increases the risk of weight gain but also influences energy levels, mood and cognitive function. You need the right fuel for premium performance. Start with these five.
With a few veggies and precooked chicken sausage, you can have this satisfying, savory frittata on the table in under 45 minutes. Serve with diced avocado and fresh berries on the side.
Learn why toast, bagels, muffins, waffles, pancakes, cereal, biscuits, bread and grits don’t belong on your breakfast menu.
This easy, quick recipe will make healthy snacking a breeze. You can substitute walnuts for other nuts and experiment with other spices too.
Bored by your usual bowl of oatmeal? Fear not. Here Cleveland Clinic dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, explores seven other nutritious grains to jumpstart your day.
Breakfast cereal should be called dessert. Even the healthier ones are often filled with sugar. Instead, try eating a mix of foods that gives you these key nutrients: protein, healthy fat, fiber and low-glycemic carbs.