Who has time to make a hearty and balanced breakfast in the morning on a busy workday? If we’re motivated, we may set 15-20 minutes aside to make a nice veggie omelette or some fruit pancakes topped with almonds and maple syrup. How about the times we need to rush out the door? Here is your answer!
Part 2 of my critical examination of the scientific evidence behind the ‘miracles’ that Dr. Oz promotes. Don’t miss Part 1! Today I will examine Raspberry Ketones and Green Bean Coffee Extract.
Dr. Oz – the captivating, charasmatic and convincing surgeon has won over millions of viewers who faithfully follow his nutrition advice. I believe Dr. Oz’s intentions are good and he wants to improve the health of Americans. However, there are a couple of things about his approach that concern me:
Tried, tested and true – I’ve witnessed this broccoli recipe get sampled (and liked!) by those who had not touched broccoli since they were served it, against their will, during childhood. This is without a doubt the best broccoli recipe I have tried to date. By roasting the broccoli, you get some nice charred edges while maintaining the color and texture of the veggie. The combination of garlic, olive oil, lemon zest and juice just can’t be beat. Add the warm nutty flavor of toasted almonds and the salty melty goodness of the parmesan and there you have it. A must try!
If you’re finding that you have no time for breakfast in the morning … well this is where that excuse stops. These little guys are quick, wholesome and a tasty breakfast solution! Make a batch on sunday, have a couple for your morning meals throughout the week and freeze some for another time!