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FOOD STORAGE BASICS AND BEYOND!
This blog comes to help us all deal with FS questions and to build up from a starting place & build a more complete and full FS & how to be more Self Reliant. Let us all get Prepared & ready for anything that may come our way. You never know when Mother Nature, Man Made Disaster or Money Problems may come and you would need your FS to get you through! I will talk about Emergency Preparedness also!
Food Storage, Emergency Preparedness, Other tips and Ideas. Let me help you get ready for what ever may come!
I started Food Storage over 15 years ago. I have taught many classes and been a speaker and helped many people over the years. This is a place where I can state things or address issues I want to cover.
Monday, June 24, 2013
Nutritional Idea, Eat Breakfast
Your mom had it right, back in the day! Eat Breakfast. Yes it is that simple. We all know we need to eat breakfast. We all want our kids to eat their breakfast, the same goes for the adults in the house.
If you eat a high fiber cereal, or eat higher fiber bread. You will feel full longer and you will have more energy to get through the morning until lunch.
We all get busy and go about our days, next thing we know it is three in the afternoon, and we are starving and just realize that we did not eat anything all day. This is really a typical day in my life. This is even something I have to work on! What is bad is I know better, with education to back it up.
Toast with peanut butter or hazelnut spread, bagels, even a bowl of oatmeal will give you the energy you need to get through the morning. Boil up some hard cooked eggs in the evening and you can have a hard cooked egg and toast. By the time the toast is toasted in the toaster, you can have an egg or two peeled and add a glass of juice or glass of milk and you have an easy breakfast and no real cooking for the morning!
For you and your children, every excuse or barrier to eating a nutritious breakfast has a solution. Don't let these excuses stand in your way of starting your day with a good breakfast:
"I'm not hungry in the morning." Start your day with a cup of 100% fruit juice or a piece of whole-wheat toast. Later when you are hungry, eat a mid-morning snack — a hard-boiled egg, low-fat or fat-free milk or yogurt, low-fat string cheese or a whole-wheat bagel.
"I don’t have enough time in the morning." Stock your kitchen with easy-to-prepare foods such as breakfast cereal, instant oatmeal, small bagels, whole-grain toaster waffles, yogurt and fresh fruit.
"I'll gain weight." There is no evidence to support the belief that eating breakfast will make you gain weight. In fact, skipping meals has been shown to lead to overeating at snack time or the next meal.
"I don't like breakfast foods." Breakfast can be any food you like. A slice of pizza, bowl of soup, a lean-meat sandwich or leftovers all make a fine breakfast.
Think of breakfast as your body's morning refueling stop to get your day going the right way.
Some information from http://www.eatright.org/kids/tip.aspx?id=6442459351&terms=breakfast