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  • Waffles for Breakfast and Beyond

    Waffles for Breakfast and Beyond

    A well-made waffle is a glorious thing. Crisp and golden on the outside, steaming and tender within, its pockets hold a mix of melting butter and maple syrup that's decadently released when you bite down. Yet, for all their charms, I never used to make waffles very often, maybe once a year on a spec...

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  • Ancient grains make a modern breakfast

    Ancient grains make a modern breakfast

    We know that a bowl of hot cereal on a weekday morning is sustaining, but it can also be delicious, even complex.I make it interesting by adding surprising little grains like amaranth to the familiar ones, like oatmeal or steel-cut oats. I also stir in grated apple, which adds a fresh, zesty dimensi...

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  • Eat oats for a healthy heart: new study

    Eat oats for a healthy heart: new study

    Here's another reason to include oats in your daily diet. It has been proved that the soluble fibre in oats helps lower the total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or 'bad' cholesterol but scientists now say that the cardiovascular health benefits of oats goes beyond fibre.The phenolic compound aven...

  • 10 Best Breakfast Recipes

    10 Best Breakfast Recipes

    "All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast." - John GuntherBreakfast is the star-meal of the day; make it special with our selection of the best recipes. Nothing like a simple yet satisfying spread to start afresh and keep you fuelled through the day. It's interesting to know that the fir...

  • Breakfast: delicious for lunch and dinner

    Breakfast: delicious for lunch and dinner

    Porridge, scrambled eggs and a full English breakfast are as popular as ever, but we don't neccessarily eat them first thing in the morning"To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day," said the writer William Somerset Maugham, who spent a large part of his life living in Fra...

  • Bad breakfast habits in youth up risk of metabolic syndrome

    Bad breakfast habits in youth up risk of metabolic syndrome

    Teens who eat poor breakfasts are more likely to develop metabolic syndrome - a group of health problems that can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes - in adulthood, a new study has warned.Researchers from Umea University in Sweden found that adolescents who ate poor breakfasts d...

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  • Healthy treats for breakfast

    Healthy treats for breakfast

    Cereals, toasts and sweet delights may seem unavoidable during breakfast time, but it is advisable to consume healthier food to begin your day with, says an expert. According to Ilona Wesle, a nutritionist and co-founder of a detox diet website, wheat must be avoided in the morning as it converts qu...

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  • Why oats are good for you

    Why oats are good for you

    It's the ultimate winter breakfast, but getting your oats can also keep the body slim and healthyWhen it's cold outside, a bowl of hot oats makes a warming and comforting breakfast. If you're a Scottish traditionalist, your porridge will be made with oatmeal, soaked overnight with water, salted, th...

  • Breakfast: too early for culinary innovation?

    Breakfast: too early for culinary innovation?

    Voting has opened in the search to find Britain's most innovative breakfast. But how far-out do you want breakfast to get? Do you crave curry, steak or Levantine lahma for breakfast? Or is it just too early in the morning?Citizens of Britain, it is time to make your voices heard. Ahead of January's...

  • Women undo porridge health benefits

    Women undo porridge health benefits

    Porridge health benefits are undone by millions of women when they eat it with calorie-laden toppings, says a finding.Mirror.co.uk reports that two-thirds of women who put cream, syrup, sugar or jam on their oats did not count the calories. A third said porridge is healthy, so the topping did not ma...

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