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Eat Like a Nutritionist: 8 Healthy Breakfasts

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  • masnail 7 Mar, 2013

    Our family loves cheese but our favorite is the 50% fat free Cabot mentioned by the triathlete. This is a full flavor cheese ,we find at our local Sam;s Club. It keeps better than other cheeses, and is useful sliced or melted. Very versatile as well as tasty.

  • nmeade 3 Jul, 2012

    I so often see low fat and no fat dairy being pushed and I wonder about the truth of it, I read in Healing with Whole Foods about the dangers of low fat dairy in terms of absorption which lead to higher rates of osteoporosis but I rarely see this information elsewhere.

  • nmeade 3 Jul, 2012

    I so often see low fat and no fat dairy being pushed and I wonder about the truth of it, I read in Healing with Whole Foods about the dangers of low fat dairy in terms of absorption which lead to higher rates of osteoporosis but I rarely see this information elsewhere.

  • Robin Hardman 17 May, 2012

    I agree that there isn't a lot of support for gluten or dairy free eaters here. And more people are sensitive than not, I think. I do the oatmeal often and you can always change up the fruit. Another thing I do is keep cooked quinoa in the fridge as an alternative to oatmeal sometimes. Pour some almond milk and honey, agave, or stevia in the mix and OH MY! :)

  • ruskiiruski 9 Dec, 2011

    green tea should not be drunk with milk as the proteins in milk greatly reduce the antioxidant activity of the tea. But you should squeeze a bit of lemon juice into green tea, as the vitamin C increases antioxidant absorption by about 13 times.

  • AdrienneArtistNVeggie 8 Dec, 2011

    3/8 are gluten-free meals already and the others seem easily adaptable to wheat allergies if gluten-free bread/flour are staples in your home: Thanks for the great suggestions WL!

  • AnitaAvalos 27 Sep, 2011

    Toumai, avocados actually are good sources of both. In terms of the suggestions here, I think next time it would be a great idea to get a health coach's perspective (which I am). It would have been nice to have seen some green smoothies here, as well as some gluten-free options. The ideas presented don't speak much to the thousands of folks out there with food allergies.

  • toumai 28 Feb, 2011

    Avocados are a good source of healthy fats, not protein - I think that's a typo!

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