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Breakfast may not be the most important meal of the day, but eating a healthy breakfast has been shown to lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes in all adults and to lower the risk of heart disease in men. As of 2014, eating a healthy breakfast has also been shown in observational studies to help reduce


Bake a casserole for breakfast using eggs, cheese, vegetables, meat, milk and packaged pancake mix. Prepare it the evening before and refrigerate overnight before baking it in the morning or make it all in one go.


According to The United States Potato Board, seven types of potatoes are commonly enjoyed by consumers: russet, long white, round white, fingerlings, red, yellow and blue or purple. The potato industry refers to them as table-stock varieties.


According to WebMD, a healthy breakfast includes fiber, nutrients and protein. A healthy breakfast should contain at least five grams of fiber and five grams of protein.


The best breakfast dishes to make for a group can either be prepared in advance or can be cooked in large batches all at once. Scrambled eggs with vegetables can quickly be cooked in a single pan, while crepes can be prepared in advance then reheated.


Breakfast is an important meal because it breaks the overnight fasting period, restores the body's glucose supply and provides essential nutrients needed by the body to maintain high energy levels throughout the day, according to Australia's Better Health Channel. It also makes up a considerable pro


Potatoes were first eaten and cultivated in the Andean highlands of South America, between Bolivia and Peru. Spread to Europe and North America by Spanish explorers, these tubers are ranked second among the world's most staple crops.


To make a whole grain breakfast porridge, combine 1/2 cup red or wild rice, 1/2 cup of steel-cut oats, 1/4 cup of pearl barley and 1/2 cup of farina or wheat cereal into a rice cooker. Add 1 cinnamon stick, 1 two-inch orange peel, 1/4 teaspoon of salt, 1 to 2 tablespoons of packed brown sugar and 5


Potatoes do eventually go bad. Their exact shelf life depends on the type of potato, but most go bad after two to five weeks at room temperature or two to four months in a refrigerator.


Food Network has simple and easy to follow recipes for healthy breakfast ideas. The breakfast burritos recipe yields four servings, while the baked French toast yields six servings.