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What Top Experts Eat for Breakfast

Check out this list from Greatist.

How Tina “Got Milk” and So Much More

Disclaimer: I’m a spokesperson on behalf of The National Milk Mustache “got milk?” Campaign for their #gotmilkgotprotein campaign. As always, all opinions are my own. Read my disclosure statement here. Over the last week, I’ve enjoyed working with the lovely Tina Seitzinger, the popular Life Without Pink blogger, to help her improve her eating habits    Continue Reading

Powering Up with Protein and Milk: Meet Tina

Disclaimer: I’m a spokesperson on behalf of The National Milk Mustache “got milk?” Campaign for their #gotmilkgotprotein campaign. As always, all opinions are my own. Read my disclosure statement here. When I was asked to work one-on-one with a blogger to provide nutritional counseling on behalf of the #gotmilkgotprotein campaign in the New Year, I    Continue Reading

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8 Great Back-to-School Breakfasts

I recently wrote a post for Parents.com that included experts’ nutritious and delicious back-to-school recipes. The response to recipe requests from my colleagues was so overwhelming, I decided to share a few more gems on my Stressipes® blog. Enjoy! 1. Egg Pita Pocket. Scramble 1 to 2 eggs. Place in 1/2 of a 7-inch pita    Continue Reading

Everything’s Coming Up Puffins!

      Do you have a favorite breakfast? Maybe it’s something you like to make for or with your kids. Maybe it’s something you enjoyed as a kid. Whatever it is, I’d like to hear all about it–especially if it packs in key food groups to keep you healthy. One lucky winner who posts    Continue Reading

Raspberry Ricotta French Toast

This delicious breakfast recipe from the new book, Slim Calm Sexy Diet (Rodale, 2012) by Keri Glassman, MS, RD, CDN, with Sarah Mahoney, is sure to please both your palate and your heart. It provides a healthy dose of sweet raspberries that boast antioxidants like vitamin C, as well as fiber, vitamin K, manganese and other    Continue Reading

Breakfast in the Classroom

This is a guest post by North Shore University dietetic intern Gary Kwo. Welcome Gary! I can recall back in my early childhood years frantically rushing to get out of the house, often skipping breakfast, just to find myself out of energy and unable to focus by recess time. As it turns out, I’m not    Continue Reading

Berry-nana Oatmeal & Sweet Coconut Shrimp

Here are two delicious recipes–one for breakfast, and one for a tasty lunch or dinner– from the brand new book, Hungry Girl 300 Under 300. This latest book by Lisa Lillien, star of the Hungry Girl tv show on The Cooking Channel, and creator of hungry-girl.com, is sure to be a best seller, and is    Continue Reading

Perfect Breakfasts for Any Goal

Build a Better Breakfast

Here are my video tips to help you build a better breakfast no matter how little time you have! http://fruitjuicefacts.org/video_zied2.html.