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Kick Start Your Day with Breakfast

It can be tempting to skip or skimp on breakfast, but even if you don’t eat first thing upon waking, it still is an important meal to work into your morning.

“Malnutrition is a problem as we age and not eating breakfast may make that worse,” says registered dietitian Erin Morse,

3. Key Components of Healthy Dietary Patterns

The Healthy U.S.-Style Eating Pattern. The Healthy Mediterranean-Style Eating Pattern. The Healthy Vegetarian Eating Pattern. The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet.
These dietary plans might have different names, but they share many common traits—namely, they emphasize consumption of a variety of foods from plants, lean protein sources (from plants

Gut Flora Plus Fiber Fight Hypertension Damage

The gut microbiota is getting plenty of attention these days, as scientists continue to expand their knowledge of how the tens of trillions of microorganisms living in the human digestive tract affect health. A study published in January in Circulation adds to that knowledge base with its findings that certain

Make Healthier Recipes with Whole-Grain Flour

Switching out some of the all-purpose flour in your bread, cake, cookie, and other recipes with whole-grain flour is a great way to improve your diet and health without having to change the foods you eat. You don’t even have to make the switch all at once. You could start

Identifying Whole Grains

Identifying Whole Grains

Most health experts agree that prioritizing whole grains is a key element of a healthy dietary pattern. Aim for at least three servings of whole grains each day. One serving of whole grains is equivalent to 16 grams (a little more than half an ounce). While it’s easy to see

Baking and Cooking with Different Types of Flour

While holiday cookie swaps were fun and delicious, the winter months can be a great time to experiment with healthier baking recipes. Cakes, cookies, breads, and pastries can be modified to include different types of flour depending on your desired results and personal taste. Each type of flour—whole wheat, nut-based,

4. Fill Up with Fiber

Grains and legumes sometimes get a bad rap. For some, it’s because of the belief that carbohydrates cause weight gain. For others, it’s because of the idea that humans didn’t evolve to eat agriculture-based foods like grains and legumes. Yes, whole grains and legumes (beans, lentils, peas, and soybeans) contain

8. Brain Power Recipes

Blueberry Overnight Oats
Ingredients
¾ cup uncooked oats
1 Tbsp chia seeds
1⁄3 sliced almonds
1 cup unsweetened almond milk
¼ cup blueberries

Steps

Divide and layer oats, chia seeds, sliced almonds, almond milk,
and blueberries into four small jars.
Repeat each layer until the jars are full.
Place in refrigerator and leave overnight.

Yield: 1 serving per jar
Per serving:

Get Flax Friendly!

The Folklore. Flaxseeds (flax), tiny and unassuming, may not garner a second glance, but this humble little seed is a big crowd pleaser. One of the oldest cultivated crops, flaxseed has been fully utilized by ancient civilizations. Egyptian mummies were wrapped in linen cloth made from the flax plant. Equally

Health Benefits of Apples

Health Benefits of Apples

You already know the old saying: “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” If you take it literally, it may be an exaggeration, but at the same time, it’s based on solid advice, because the health benefits of apples are numerous. With plenty of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants,

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