Healthy Breakfast Recipes


Nutritional experts say that the best breakfasts have a mix of three nutrients-- protein, carbs, and good fats.

Protein found in eggs, nuts and smoked salmon make breakfast stick to the ribs longer-you'll feel satisfied longer.

People that eat a breakfast with small amounts of fat usually eat less overall throughout the day.

The fiber and nutrients from whole grains, fruits and vegetables help you lower cholesterol and maintain a healthy weight.

So here is a homemade recipe for a muesli that combines all three nutrients, and is easy to prepare on those hectic mornings when we are tempted to grab a donut or skip breakfast altogether:

Combine toasted oats with almonds, walnuts, pistachios, dried cherries, blueberries and strawberries. Add a cup of skim milk and drizzle honey on top.

Simple, delicious, and a perfect bowl of nutrition to start your day with.