Published at Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 - 09:35:03 AM. healthy breakfast easy. By alfat.
Excerpt from good healthy breakfast :
Sugar, per pepper: 0.6 g
Fiber, per pepper: 0.4 g
Registered dietitian Isabel Smith loves spicing up her morning meal—and with good reason: “Thanks to their capsaicin content, spicy peppers can rev the metabolism and may also help to promote satiety, ” she explains. “Try adding jalapeño or another spicy pepper to an egg dish or avocado toast,” Smith suggests.
Sugar, per 1⁄2 cup: < 1 g
Fiber, per 1⁄2 cup: 1 g
Starting the day with cooked or raw veggies is a great way to ensure you get a healthy dose of hard-to-consume nutrients, says Libby Mills, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND. “Whether in a smoothie, an omelet, or on an open-faced broiled low-fat cheese sandwich, veggies like broccoli, mushroom, tomato, and onions are loaded with fiber—a nutrient that will help keep you full throughout your busy morning hours,” explains Mills.
Sugar, per 1⁄2 cup: 5 g
Fiber, per 1⁄2 cup: 5 g
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