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Short on Time? I’ve Got Your Breakfast!

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and you must have heard this many times, just as the saying, An apple a day keeps the doctor away. It is True, Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is what makes you have a bad day or a good day. It is what makes you have an energetic workout or a bad/no workout. It is also what speeds up your metabolism or slows it down.

Life is all about the good and the bad, and skipping breakfast is one of those bads.

So, if you have no time, you feel rushed, you can’t even imagine how you can wake up so early to make breakfast. I have got the link for you.

You don’t need to wake up hours before to make your breakfast, you can prep in bulk or make some quick recipes.

Here are a few options of  Healthy Breakfast ideas for the BUSY you:

Healthy & Quick Breakfast Recipes

My personal favourite is the  Savory Oatmeal With an Egg.

But as far as an easy go. I usually keep some toast at work and avocado, I would prep some boiled eggs for few days and when at work, put a peace of toast in the toaster, mash my avocado and add boiled egg on top with a touch of black pepper.

There is overnight oatmeal which is always a go. making quiche for the week or breakfast muffins is always a good match for those literally unable to make breakfast in the morning.

YOUR OPTIONS ARE HUGE, Don’t skip breakfast, it is too important.

Hope you have enjoyed my list.

Have a great Saturday!

 

 

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Eggs: Handle with Care

Eggs provide great nutrients, that’s assuring they are not poisonous.

Eggs can sometimes be contaminated with a bacteria called Salmonella, or other. It is important therefore to be wary of the eggs we are picking up and how to properly handle them.

Here are some of the useful  tips:

– Choose refrigerated eggs with clean a and uncracked shells.
– Pick up the eggs at the end of your shopping trip to keep them cold.
– Make sure eggs are graded Canada A with the maple leaf symbol.
– Alwsys keep your eggs cold
– Dont crack the shell until ready to use
– Eggs should never be kept in room temperature for more than two hours.
– Wash thoroughly with warm water and soap all materials used for handling raw eggs

Did you know?
Cookie dough and cake batters made with raw eggs could contain Salmonella and should not be eaten until they are cooked thoroughly.

For more important tips please visit:
http://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/eating-nutrition/safety-salubrite/eggs-oeufs-eng.php

Be Careful!