Healthy Breakfast Options

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. We have all heard it. Starting your morning the right way is essential and can impact your performance for the rest of the day. That’s why in today’s post, we have compiled a few healthy breakfast options for you to explore.

We know that the mornings can be a bit hectic and we sometimes even decide to skip breakfast. However, most of these healthy breakfast options are quick to make and you can have them on the go.

So come on, let’s explore.

1. Perfect Oatmeal Recipe

This video is perfect for oatmeal lovers. Maddie guides us through the process of making an amazingly delicious bowl of oatmeal. She gives precise measurements to use depending on the type of oats you have on hand, as well as the level of consistency you would like your oats to be. Oatmeal as a breakfast option is not only delicious, but it  is also good for you,

Check out these benefits of eating oats and oatmeal

2. Healthy Breakfast Hash

Hash is a dish of cooked meat cut into small pieces and cooked again, usually with potatoes. This is the healthy version of the dish and it is just as delicious. All the seasonings and spices give it a wonderful taste. The ingredients and preparation method can be found in the description below the video. The whole dish is only 206 calories and it packs a great amount. Fantastic, right?

3. Egg and Oatmeal Muffins

Here, we have three very easy and healthy breakfast options that are fun to make. They are made from eggs, which are a very good source of high quality protein, and oatmeal. This is the type of meal that you can make the night before, then take it with you on the go in the morning. This ensures that you don’t skip out on the most important meal of the day.

4. Healthy Breakfast Recipes for Kids

Our children need a healthy breakfast in the mornings because, let’s be real, they are super active throughout the day. As a result, they need something to give them that right start. Watch as Danielle Dimengo, registered Dietitian, gives us the best healthy breakfast options for our kids. Help them to keep their energy up with these breakfast ideas.

Related: Importance of Breakfast to Kids and Students

5. Healthy Banana and Oatmeal Pancakes

Who doesn’t love pancakes, am I right? These oatmeal and banana pancakes are sure to leave you satisfied with its taste and leave you contented with a packed stomach. They help to keep you fuller longer, and it is a given that they are delicious.

6. Healthy Breakfast Smoothies

Lastly,  these five incredible smoothie recipes help you to kick start your morning on the right foot. All of these smoothies use fruits which are natural sweeteners. There is nothing artificial in these smoothies, and, they are super delicious. There’s one for each working day of the week!

Related: Smoothies as Meal Replacements

Go ahead and try out our healthy breakfast recommendations. Your body deserves the best “Good Morning” it can get.

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Oatmeal Breakfast Ideas To Lower Cholesterol

Oatmeal Breakfast Ideas To Lower Cholesterol

“A bowl of oatmeal a day, keeps the doctor away”

That may not be an actual saying but it rings true nonetheless. Oatmeal is considered among the healthiest grains on earth. From providing the energy we need, to weight loss and for the purpose of this post, to lower bad cholesterol. So today I’ll be sharing my recommendations for oatmeal breakfast ideas to lower cholesterol.

This all started because I have been diagnosed with high LDL cholesterol so I have been researching different food and recipes that I could start eating to help me combat this bad cholesterol. So far, I’ve done a post on different green smoothies and I must say that they are awesome! So now it’s time for breakfast.

Why breakfast you might ask? Its only the most important meal of the day!

Did you know that having breakfast every morning can help lower your cholesterol? Check out the video below for more details.

So don’t take breakfast for granted another day.

Anyway, lets get into this week’s recipes!

1. Overnight Oatmeal

Yum, yum! Anyone who loves oatmeal will love this. Think about combining your favorite toppings in a mason jar of oats and leaving it in the refrigerator overnight. You can make this for work or school the next day.

2. Oatmeal Cookies 3 Ways

Cookies have never been healthier! These oatmeal breakfast treats are bound to be a hit in the mornings. Pack them in the lunch bag or have them with your green tea. These are a delight!

In case you’re wondering, like I was, “peanut butter? Isn’t that bad for cholesterol?” Turns out, no. Bad cholesterol only comes from animal products but while plant based products contains fat, these are not harmful to your heart. In fact, nut butters in general contains a lot of nutrients and no cholesterol!

3. Banana Oatmeal Smoothie

This is one of my personal favs! I start the day with a glass of banana oatmeal shake. Always a very quick and easy way to get the required nutrients that you need to start the day.

4. Cinnamon Banana Porridge

This recipe adds a bit of extra flavor to your bowl of morning oats. You can have our porridge (or oatmeal) plain if you want but if you like an additional bit of flavor (like me), you will love this.