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What's For Breakfast?

Most common breakfast items include some form of meat, however with cholesterol values going up, increased evidence of arterial blockages and associated heart risk, and an ever-growing weight gain epidemic, setting aside the meat for breakfast may be a great and approachable way to start to decrease your saturated fat and sodium intake!

Usually have a hearty breakfast? Try this sandwich out, it's what we had for breakfast!


Whole Grain Toasted Rye Bread

Spicy Honey Mustard

1/2 Sliced Avocado

1-2 Over easy Eggs (If your cholesterol is high, opt for egg WHITES)

Mixed Greens (an abundance) :D

Lightly dusted with: garlic powder, black pepper, mixed herbs

Please Note: This sandwich is quite large and also accompanied with an active lifestyle. If you are more sedentary, cutting it in half is a healthier alternative.

(ALTHOUGH we always opt to increase activity level - watch your benefits compound!)

Additional Quick and Healthy Breakfast Options include (but not limited to):

  • Overnight Oats made with a nut-milk and non-fat yogurt

  • Unsweetened Oatmeal with added fruit

  • Healthy Homemade Smoothie

  • Non-fat Greek yogurt, unsweetened (add fruit or drizzle honey)

  • A piece of fruit (also can add with unsweetened/unsalted peanut butter)

Stay tuned to get more details on these options and more!

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