Tweet Tweet Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Many folks skip breakfast altogether but that is not a great idea. In fact, you need to make your breakfast count. This infographic by Egg Nutrition Center shows how you can do just that:
This infographic explains where your food comes from, what's in it, and what toxic things it is doing to your body. Health risks come from everything from diseased animals, pesticides, drugs, and chemicals.
I use this now in most recipes! Bobs Red Mill Egg Replacer is a vegan substitute for eggs in baked items and a healthier option. Just For You: Vegans allergic to eggs Essential Elements: Makes a tasty and healthy baked item with whole soy flour, wheat gluten, corn syrup solids and algin (from algae). Free of: Cholesterol and animal products
Cheesy Cauliflower Cakes. Just when you though cauliflower couldn't get any better. Sub egg whites for whole eggs to cut cholesterol and saturated fats in this recipe. And obviously use olive oil, not butter.
If you're trying to incorporate more lean protein into your diet to curb your appetite, increase your muscle mass, and help you lose weight, this collection of healthy egg white recipes is a good start. Egg whites are high in protein and low in cholesterol, which make them the perfect healthy breakfast choice for weightloss. And if you are a coconut lover like me, recipe 7 is a great energy-boosting snack!