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31 Egg Breakfasts For Every Day Of The Month

Egg recipes for breakfast!

Eggs are essentially the perfect healthy food for breakfast. But people find it boring when day eat the same recipe for eggs every day. Well, we have here the 31 egg recipes for breakfast that you will surely like. These egg recipes will keep your taste buds satisfied and crave for more every morning for 31 days.

1.Scrambled Egg Tacos


Eggs are better in taco form.

2.Southwestern Breakfast Burrito with Acorn Squash

Fix your taco any morning with this recipe.

3.Turkey Fajita Egg Cup

Filled with all good things!

4.Flower-Power Sunny Side Eggs

So adorable low-carbs bell pepper egg molds!

5.Easy Cheesy Socca Breakfast Pizza

Your kind of egg pizza for breakfast!

6.Chard and Gruyère Egg in a Hole

Gruyère cheese and greens for a totally satisfying meal!

7.Savory Naan Bread Pudding

Delicious egg custardy goodness! So much goodness!

8.Hash Brown Egg Nests with Avocado

These little nests are so cute that you don’t wanna eat them.

9.Gluten-Free Breakfast Casserole with Sausage

Loaded with eggs and seasonal veggies!

10.Easy Egg-Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are good for breakfast too. The eggs and veggies are super satisfying!

11.Egg Muffins

Such a nutritional powerhouse!

12.Eggs Benedict Casserole

Easy overnight casserole!

13.Chilaquiles with Gochujang

So mouth-watery!

14.Breakfast Fried Cauliflower Rice

It’s paleo, it’s keto and it’s whole30-friendly!

15.Gluten-Free Quiche with a Hash-Brown Crust

Crispy, crunchy and gluten-free!

16.Bacon and Egg Breakfast Muffin

Eggs baked in muffins. Not muffin eggs!

17.Acorn Squash and Lentil Egg Bake

With vitamins and minerals. A healthy so breakfast.

18.Spanish Potato Omelet

Get a taste of Spain!

19.15-Minute Sheet Pan Kale and Egg Bake

So freaking easy to cook with this recipe!

20.Brussels Sprouts, Eggs, and Bacon

Crunchy, super satisfying, and protein-packed breakfast!

21.Pimento Cheese and Ham Scramble

Pimiento and cheese for your usual scrambled eggs!

22.Egg, Bacon, and Avocado Quesadilla

You must try this. So healthy!

23.English Breakfast Tray Bake

Light on the crab and loaded with protein.

24.Eggs Baked in Portobello Mushrooms

Those meaty flavor and texture are so satisfying!

25.Kale and Red Pepper Shakshuka

One-pan breakfast anyone can crave for.

26.Buttermilk Waffle, Bacon, and Egg Sandwich

Who wouldn’t like waffle and bacon in buttermilk?

27.Mini Strata Egg-White Muffins

Complete with protein, healthy fat, and complex carbs!

28.Nourishing Paleo Warm Breakfast Salad

Salads are a thing when topped with fried eggs! Oh so yummy.

29.Ultimate Breakfast Burritos with Sweet Potato Hash

Stuffed with a spicy-sweet potato hash, avocado, scrambled eggs, and cheddar cheese, making them a hearty breakfast.

30.Paleo Quiche with Butternut Crust, Veggies, and Sausage

Filled with veggies and sausage for tons of flavor.

31.Veggie-Packed Black Bean Omelette

Eggs and black beans provide a huge protein boost to start your day.


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12 Signs Your Metabolism Is Out Of Whack

Pay attention to your body!

Your metabolism plays a significant role in the ability of your body to turn food into energy and probably you loved and hated it at different times in your life. But while your metabolism will probably be obvious if it works well, you can really feel off if it isn’t. Your metabolism is normal to decrease as you get older, so you will gain weight more likely when you don’t eat well and have to work harder to maintain weight loss. But it might mean that something unusual is taking place if you experience any of the following symptoms.

1. You have dry skin.

“As the skin fails to gain vital nutrients, the skin loses its luster. Also as your body tries to conserve heat, you don’t sweat as much. This can impact your skin, leaving it feeling dry and cracked,” says Dr. Mashfika N. Alam, MBBS, a general practitioner at Icliniq.

2. You crave for sugar and starchy foods

“Cravings are often your body’s way of asking for an energy pick-me-up. If you’re eating well and sleeping enough, but still have really intense cravings, it could be that your metabolism isn’t effectively converting the foods you’ve already eaten into the energy your body needs,” says Lisa Moskovitz, R.D. and CEO of NY Nutrition Group.

3. You’re Really Tired

“If you often feel tired, it could be a sign that your metabolism is a little slower as your body is not doing a great job at converting your food intake into energy quickly enough,” says Lisa Moskovitz, R.D. and CEO of NY Nutrition Group.

4. Headaches that persist.

When your thyroid hormones are out of whack, which happens with an underactive thyroid, this can trigger headaches or even migraines.

5. You Always Have To Pee

A slow metabolism can influence other body processes, including the number of times you get into the toilet.

6. You Have a Decreased Pulse Rate

It could be because of a slower metabolism if you noticed that your heartbeat slows down. “The pulse rate is directly proportional to the metabolic rate and therefore delayed pulsation happens when the basal metabolism rate is slowed down,” suggests Dr. Alam.

7. Your Nails Are Brittle

Similar to the effect on your skin owing to a slow metabolism, changes in your nails may be noticed because your body does not absorb nutrients. Susan Besser, MD, says some prevalent changes include more broken nails and greater ridges.

8. Your Moods Are Up & Down

“This isn’t necessarily caused directly by a slower-than-usual metabolism, but feeling tired when your metabolism isn’t up to par can make you feel rundown—and that can make you moody,” says Lisa Moskovitz, R.D. and CEO of NY Nutrition Group.

9. You feel cold all the time.

Your metabolism also helps generate heat, and if it’s slow, you might be extra chilly. As a result, you may find yourself layering up and throwing extra blankets on your bed,” says Scott Keatley, R.D., of Keatley Medical Nutrition Therapy.

10. You’re constipated

“With a slower metabolism, the bowel transit time is slower too,” Dr. Besser explains. “It takes longer for food to travel through the GI tract and be properly digested, thus constipation occurs.”

11. You’ve experienced unexplained weight gain.

“If you’re eating well, and watching your caloric intake, and still gaining weight, it’s worth talking to a doctor or dietitian to see what’s going on,” says Scott Keatley, R.D., of Keatley Medical Nutrition Therapy.

12. You’re losing hair

“When your metabolism isn’t working well, your body doesn’t turn over cells as quickly as it should to maintain your skin and hair,” says Scott Keatley, R.D., of Keatley Medical Nutrition Therapy.

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15 Things You Should Do In The Afternoon If You Want To Lose Weight

Afternoon habits for weight loss transformation.

Apart from major changes, such as eating more veggies, reducing your sugar-packed smoothies, and committing yourself to a kick-ass workout, small behavioral tweaks can also significantly impact your ability to lose weight. Actually, every sweat session and good dinner may be undermined by stuff you do every day. The excellent news is that you can keep up with your weight loss objectives by changing a couple of old habits and adding a couple of new behaviors. Add these habits to your afternoon routine and experience massive changes in your body.

1. Drink Green Tea

Green tea contains theobromine and theophylline, and the amino acid L-Theanine. These substances help calm the nervous system and improve concentration abilities.

2. Afternoon Wakeup Workout: Energizing Exercises (via youtube realbeauty)

3. Go For a Midday Walk

Getting up and moving around not only can help you digest after a big meal, but it also may boost your fat burn.

4. Get moving

“If you sit for the rest of the day, you are undoing most of those good workout effects,” says Rumsey. “Make an effort to stand up and move at least once an hour, even if it’s just for a minute or two. All these little movements add up.”

5. Have an errand walk

Instead of walking to get in shape, once or twice a week, walk to get things done.

6. Listen to your hunger

“If you tend to get slammed during the day, it can be easy to brush your hunger cues aside. This backfires, leaving you famished later in the day and more likely to overeat when you finally do make time to have a meal,” says Alissa Rumsey, R.D., C.S.C.S., author of Three Steps to a Healthier You.

7. Pamper yourself with a fruit shake

Instead of eating the desert you will probably regret why not replace it with a delicious fruit shake or smoothie.

8. Drink more water

“People underestimate the impact that not drinking enough water can have on our bodies,” says Rumsey. “Even slight dehydration (just one or two cups) can cause you to feel hungry, when really what you need is fluid.”

9. Afternoon Fitness Burn | 4-Minute Workouts

Exercising gets your heart-pumping and blood-flowing.

10. Substitute Afternoon Snacking With Exercise

Exercise is the best way to fend off those post-work cravings.

11. Splash some cold water on your face

This is a great way to recharge your batteries.

12. Watch out for the bites, licks, and tastes

“While it may seem like just a small sample or tiny bite, these all add up over the course of the day,” Rumsey says. “Often these bites, licks, and tastes are a significant source of calories.”

13. Indulge yourself with a piece of chocolate

Chocolate contains tonic substances like caffeine, theobromine and theophylline which have a stimulating physical and psychological effect.

14. Grab a power snack

A good healthy snack is the best way to pick up in the early evenings, just to end the day in an active mode, rather than just waiting for you to get back home and hide.

15. Just laugh!

A good laugh releases happy endorphins, which help you get rid of all the stress and turn into the upbeat person you should be all the time.

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