Do You Occasionally Skip Meals?! If So, Then This Is For You! 

Do you feel rushed in the morning and can’t find the time to eat breakfast?

Are you trying to lose weight and think that skipping a meal or two would help with that?

Are you just not hungry and don’t think it’s necessary to eat a meal?

Well check out my article from my Progressive Health Coaching page to see what happens to your body when you decide to skip a meal!

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What Skipping Meals Do To Your Body

Daily Prompt – Lurch

10 Food Facts That Will Make You Say “Really?!”

1. Pringles had a lawsuit trying to prove that they weren’t really potato chips.

2. Consuming dairy may cause acne

3. Store bought 100% “real” orange juice is 100% artificially flavored.

4. The tea bag was created by accident. Tea bags were originally sent as samples.

5. Ranch dressing contains titanium dioxide, which is used to make it appear whiter. The same ingredient is used in sunscreen and paint for the same effect!

6. Ketchup was used as a medicine in the 1800s to treat diarrhea, as well as other things. 


7. Eating bananas can help fight depression!

8. The reason peppers taste spicy is because of a chemical compound, capsaicin, which binds to your sensory nerves and tricks them into thinking your mouth is actually being burned! 

9. The origin of the twists in pretzels were made to look like arms crossed in prayer.

10. Castoreum, used as vanilla flavoring in candies, baked goods, etc. is a secretion from the anal glands of beavers! 😳

Which food facts were surprising to you?!

We’re there any facts that’s you already knew about? 

Daily Prompt – Spicy

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6 BEST Foods To Eat In The Morning!

1. GREEK YOGURT

Greek yogurt is made by straining whey and other liquid from the curds. This produces a creamier yogurt that is more concentrated in protein, which keeps you feeling full throughout the morning!

Certain types of Greek yogurt are good sources of probiotics, like Bifidobacterium, which help your gut stay healthy.

-Choose a plain yogurt and add some fruit for sweetness and flavor!

2. OATMEAL

Oats contain beta-gluten, a type of fiber that’s been shown to help lower cholesterol when eaten regularly! Oats are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, folate, and potassium!

Steel cut oats contain more fiber than rolled or instant oats, but any type of oatmeal is a healthy choice.

-Avoid the flavored oatmeals which have a lot of sugar and instead add milk with a little honey/cinammon and top it off with fruits and nuts!

3. GRAPEFRUIT

Grapefruit has fat burning properties and it benefits one’s blood sugar and insulin levels which may help you slim down faster. 

It is also hydrating, filling, and packed with immunity-boosting antioxidants.

-For a well rounded breakfast, pair it with protein like yogurt.

But make sure to check with your doctor before consuming because grapefruit and it’s juice can interfere with some prescription drugs.

4. BANANAS

While bananas still have a little touch of green, this is one of the best sources of resistant starch, which is a healthy carbohydrate that keeps you fuller longer. 

Bananas contain a good dose of potassium which helps lower blood pressure naturally.

-Slice it up and add to a bowl of oatmeal with cinammon. Another option is to put some slices on toast with nut butter and chia seeds! Banana Nut Butter Chia Seed Toast Recipe

5. ALMOND BUTTER

Looking for alternate source of protein if you don’t eat dairy or eggs? Almond Butter is a great choice of protein because it’s filled with monounsaturated fats (one of the good fats).

-Spread some on a slice of whole grain bread or eat in combination with a banana or an apple.

6. ASSORTED FRUITS

Blueberries, fresh or frozen are filled with antioxidants! Studies suggest that eating blueberries regularly can help improve everything from memory and motor skills to blood pressure and metabolism. 

-Add blueberries to oatmeal for a delicious breakfast.

Strawberries are high in antioxidants and contains your recommended daily intake of vitamin C, along with high quantities of folic acid and fiber

-Add strawberries to oatmeal or to plain Greek yogurt

Kiwi has about 65 milligrams of vitamin C per serving which is almost as much as an Orange! It’s rich in potassium and contains fiber which makes it a good aid for digestion. 

-Eat kiwi by themselves or add them to a fruit salad or a smoothie!

Source: health.com

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