Then you'll love this super simple recipe for Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats.
It's a creamy, delicious and nourishing option for breakfast.
It gets two thumbs up from this dietitian: it's packed with protein and filled with fibre for long-lasting breakfast energy to power you through a busy morning. It's tasty on it's own, but also fantastic with blueberries and a nut-filled granola or muesli (for crunch!)
If there was something you could do to stay strong and slow down the body's aging process, would you do it?
UM...is that even a question?!
The past few years I've watched a few older adults in my life age and lose their strength in what seems like rapid fashion. Really, it's not rapid, it's just that it seems that way to someone not living with it every day. I've noticed their change in mobility and ability to do daily tasks. The loss of strength impacts thei...
Anyone else wonder where the summer went? The melons and peaches are quickly being replaced by apples and pears. Which is cool, ‘cause I love the crunch of fresh apples too. But peaches...oh my, I will miss you.
Higher protein intakes at meals (along with exercise) are linked with maintaining lean muscle mass as you age. It works out to about 20-30 grams of protein at each meal. Most of us get enough at dinner, but breakfast is another story. So how do you get that much protein at breakfast?
Breakfast is a prime time to pump up protein. Eating about 20 to 30 grams of protein is especially important for those of us aged 40 and over. These Sweet Potato and Turkey frittatas are packed with protein!