Just a couple
ago I didn't eat breakfast and I hated oatmeal. I considered that brown, lumpy
cereal a childhood torture. What changed my eating habits? I got sick and tired of being tired.
One thing led to the next - a comment, a book, an interview on health that
inspired hours and hours of internet research. Bottom line - I needed to change a
lot of bad habits starting with breakfast!
What do oatmeal & blueberries & breakfast - have to do with Love?
hmmmm. Feeling good and feeling patient, fun, sexy, loving, communicative and
supportive seem to do together! Feeling good and "starting over again" or
"getting out there again" go well together too. This is a reminder that maybe
your lack of Love, passion, desire or interest in Love may have nothing to do
with your head or your heart. It could be physical so check it out with
your doctor. The solution could be really simple - starting with breakfast ...
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One serving Oatmeal
2 TBSP Toasted Flax* (FiProFlax is a good brand)
1 TBSP Wheat Germ*
Itsy bitsy crunchy apple slices
Add Milk and serve yourself!
So simple - so
fast - so easy. Now - for the
awesome health & energy benefits!!!
nutrients that can provide proven health
benefits, including benefits on blood
cholesterol, blood pressure, blood glucose
metabolism, satiety, and gastrointestinal
Oatmeal in any form is a good way to meet part
of the recommendation to eat three servings of
whole grains each day.
of omega fatty acids and
(potent cancer fighters) known in nature.
scientific evidence demonstrating health
benefits of omega-3 fats, particularly omega-3s
from fish and flaxseed sources, has been a
popular topic in recent news. Scientific claims
have been made regarding the relationship
between eating plans high in omega-3s and
decreased incidence of diseases and disease
symptoms. Heart disease, depression, asthma,
arthritis, and lupus are just a few of the
conditions that have been reported as benefiting
from omega-3 intake. Though the potential
benefits from omega-3s is great, researchers, to
date, have established a proven relationship
with omega-3 and decreased risk of heart
to their high antioxidant content, noting that
“just one serving of blueberries provides as
many antioxidants as five servings of carrots,
apples, broccoli or squash.” In fact, USDA
studies rank blueberries number one in
antioxidant activity compared with 40 other
fruits and vegetables. Research led by Dr. James
Joseph at the USDA Human Nutrition Research
Center on Aging at Tufts University that
demonstrates the potential for blueberries to
improve motor skills and reverse the short-term
memory loss that comes with aging. Studies that
show blueberries, like cranberries, help
maintain urinary tract health. Components in
blueberries reduce the ability of E. coli, a
bacterium responsible for urinary tract
infections, to adhere to the lining of the
bladder Research that shows ellagic acid, an
antioxidant found in blueberries and other
berries, may block the metabolic pathways that
can promote cancer.
regulates the production of thyroid hormone and
metabolism; Any deficiency of Vitamin B5
interferes with our capacity to utilise fat.
Vitamin B5 also plays an important role in
energy production and assists adrenal function,
Vitamin B2 is needed for normal thyroid function
and metabolism; Choline is needed for efficient
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