New research from the University of Missouri-Columbia shows that people who eat protein-rich breakfasts have fewer cravings eat fewer high-fat and high-sugar meals in the evening compared to people who do not eat breakfast or people who eat breakfast cereal. Liz Vaccariello, author of the five-time New York Times bestseller The Flat Belly Diet! recommends ways to increase the amount of proteins for breakfast. Fruit smoothies and yogurts are a good way to start the day, and these flavorful treats can be made more nutritious by sprinkling two tablespoons of ground flaxseed on them to add three grams of protein […]Continue reading Protein-Rich Breakfast Reduce Cravings
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