High Octane Breakfast--Fuel for the Day

Protein is the fuel that energizes the body. The older a person gets, the more protein-rich foods the person must eat.

Laurie Beebe, a registered dietitian with 25+ years of experience, writes, "Dietary protein is important for lean body mass, cell repair and a healthy immune system. To provide adequate protein..., nutrient-dense foods should be encouraged ahead of empty-calorie choices. Including two or three servings of high-protein foods helps to meet the daily need of 45 to 55 grams per day."

I loaded up on protein this morning.
Cage-free, low cholesterol brown eggs, red beans, and fresh tuna  
Scramble all ingredients.

Gluten-free waffles

Low-fat mozzarella cheese melts inside other ingredients.

 --Frances Ohanenye maintains this unusual site. Click on the "Open Source Cooking" tab for enlightening information. Thanks for visiting. Have a fruitful day!


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