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Hilary Meyer's Blog (Page 11)

February 28, 2012 - 5:40pm

One of the easiest ways to eat healthier is to have breakfast every day. Each day this week, we will post a new, easy tip to help you adopt this healthy habit for just one week.

Here’s today’s tip:

Tip 4: Power Up with Protein
Pictured Recipe: Breakfast Parfait

Protein provides staying power, helping to keep you feeling full long after you've eaten, which is why it's such a great choice for breakfast. Better yet, recent research has shown that if you work out in the morning and refuel afterwards with a protein-packed breakfast you can boost muscle building. Find out just how much protein you need to eat here and get delicious protein-...

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February 28, 2012 - 4:53pm

One of the easiest ways to eat healthier is to have breakfast every day. Each day this week, we will post a new, easy tip to help you adopt this healthy habit for just one week.

Here’s today’s tip:

Tip 3: Eat Breakfast After You Work Out

Do you exercise in the morning? If you do, consider pushing your morning meal to after your workout—as it may help your weight-loss efforts, according to new research in The Journal of Physiology. During the six-week study, participants who ate a high-cal, high-fat breakfast before hitting the gym packed on an average of three pounds. The after-workout eaters? They gained almost no weight—although they ate the same breakfast. Find out why here.

Can’t push...

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February 28, 2012 - 4:38pm

When I heard we were doing a story on “healthier meatballs,” I was skeptical. What could be healthy about a meatball? And if they were “healthy,” would they be any good? As it turns out, the answer is yes. My friend and contributing editor Carolyn Malcoun developed some killer meatball recipes for us and if I hadn’t known, I never would have guessed they were healthy.

Recipes to Try: Lemon-Rosemary Turkey Meatballs and More Healthy Meatball Recipes

Here are her 6 tips for healthier meatballs:

1. Start with lean meat.
To cut saturated fat, opt for meats that are 90% lean or leaner. Or if you want to use a fattier meat, such as pork or lamb, for flavor, combine it with something leaner (...

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February 28, 2012 - 3:45pm

One of the easiest ways to eat healthier is to have breakfast every day. Each day this week, we will post a new, easy tip to help you adopt this healthy habit for just one week.

Here’s today’s tip:

Tip 2: The Number One Food You Should Eat for a Healthy Breakfast

Oatmeal is as close to perfect as you can get for a breakfast food.

For starters, it’s quick (less than 5 minutes if you’re using the quick-cooking kind). It’s got 4 grams of fiber per cup and research suggests that increasing your intake of soluble fiber (a type of fiber found in oatmeal) by 5 to 10 grams each day could result in a 5 percent drop in “bad” LDL cholesterol. If you top it with fruit, like 1/4 cup of raspberries for example, it’s not only delicious, but you also tack on an additional 2 grams of fiber. That means you’re well on your way to...

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February 28, 2012 - 3:32pm

One of the easiest ways to eat healthier is to have breakfast every day. Each day this week, we will post a new, easy tip to help you adopt this healthy habit for just one week.

Here’s today’s tip:

Tip 1: Kick-Start Your Metabolism with Breakfast
Pictured Recipe: Eggs Italiano

Research suggests that people who are most successful at losing weight eat breakfast every day. Start your morning with a healthy, energizing and metabolism-revving breakfast using these 3 ingredients: whole grains and lean protein to help you stay full right through until lunch and some fruit or vegetables for added fiber. Get inspired with...

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