14 February 2017 Is "Healthy Granola" Just a Good Marketing Scheme?Since one cup of granola can easily provide 500 calories, which for a person trying to lose weight on a 1500-calorie diet, provides one third (1/3) of the calories needed for the day, is "healthy granola" just a good marketing scheme?
9 February 2016 3 Nutrition Tips to Optimize Your Work Out
Want to optimize your workout? Feel fatigued and lack the stamina and energy you desire for your exercise training? Poor nutrition and inadequate hydration can decrease your ability to workout in an ideal way. Since you have already devoted the time to exercise, try these 3 tips to optimize your workout.
28 August 2015 Breakfast Studies with Advice for Dieters
Two new studies offer clues about the best breakfast for dieters.
28 May 2013 Simple Breakfast Ideas
Breakfast is important, but it doesn't have to be complicated or high calorie. Here are some simple tips to get your day going right.
22 January 2013 I love eggsI love eggs! They are inexpensive and nutritious. One large cooked egg (50 grams) contains about 80 calories and 6 grams of protein. It is also an excellent source of other nutrients that we need in our diet - vitamin B12, choline, riboflavin, and selenium.
10 July 2012 What You Eat for Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight!
What You Eat for Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight! Most of us already know that eating breakfast is important for both health and weight control. But it looks like what you eat for breakfast can also affect your success with weight loss and maintenance of weight loss.
3 April 2012 Fast Food Breakfast – Limiting the Damage
Fast Food Breakfast – Limiting the Damage I just stumbled upon WebMD's " Slide Show: Best and Worst Fast-Food Breakfast ." Their list got me thinking – some breakfasts are better left uneaten. I know that folks are busy and sometimes run out the door hungry and empty handed yet want something hot...
21 June 2011 Ditch the Sugar Bombs!
Ditch the Sugar Bombs! Starting the day with a good breakfast fuels your body for work or exercise, is linked to having a healthier body weight, and can be an easy way to increase your intake of dietary fiber. But if you eat cereal for breakfast, then avoid the sugar bombs – the ones that are loaded...
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