Since you were little, you’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And a new study shows, that’s especially true for men.
New research shows that if you have a lot of red meat in your diet it could increase your risk of type-2 diabetes. A study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine says researchers followed more than 100,000 people for four years. People who ate half a serving less of red meat a day reduced their risk of diabetes by 14 percent. But those who added a half serving increased their diabetes risk nearly 50 percent.
The common wisdom that breakfast is the most important meal of the day just got another jolt of energy, as the University of Minnesota just announced results of a new study that links the meal to a decrease in risk for type 2 diabetes.
Are you looking for great recipes for Mother’s Day this year? Let the following three recipes help you plan your menu with food your mom is sure to love.
Some people are off work Monday as we take time to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
While waiting for the gridiron grill to heat up in readiness for the classic tailgate food of burgers and brats, the hunger bunnies still have to be satisfied. A delicious accompaniment to your beverage of choice while you wait are these two-bite morsels.
For many families, mornings are hectic — breakfast to consume, teeth to brush, shoes to tie, all before the mad dash to school. So how do you fit in a healthy breakfast?
It’s back to school for a lot of kids, and it’s important to make sure they’re eating healthy away from the home. Breakfast is one of the most important parts of the day, so make sure to get a good start there.
At the Hamline Dining hall, hungry visitors find a full menu of their breakfast favorites. But those who serve the meal can’t help but notice that there’s something missing.
Eating healthy can be hard when you’re busy with work, family and simply living life, but what you don’t want to do is skip a meal.
While our oven was out of commission, one of the things I missed most was breakfast. I missed making freshly baked biscuits and gravy while still in my pajamas or the warm scent of caramel rolls rising in the oven as I read the Sunday paper.
An Eden Prairie family hosted its last big breakfast bash for high school football players Friday before the family’s eldest son graduates.
One in ten bowls of breakfasts eaten every day here in the United States is made in Northfield, Minn.
Studies show that you should eat breakfast to jump start your day. It helps you perform better and regulates your mood among other things.
Whether you want to shake off a prior night’s overindulgence or simply want a tasty drink where it is acceptable to dip a pickle, Bloody Marys are a great way to go. So, I put together a little list of some great places to grab a bloody!