September marks National Better Breakfast Month–and many Americans need to take note, as many are not having a healthy breakfast each morning. Skipping breakfast may lead to one or more risk factors, including obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, which may in turn lead to a heart attack over time. The folks at CowWow, an organic, low-fat cereal milk, have provided tips to make sure you are getting a better breakfast.
Fruit Have sliced fruit on hand, that way if you need something that you can grab and eat on the commute to work you are good to go. Not only will you be out the door in a flash but also you will be supplying your body with the nutrients it needs.
Whole Grain Toast and Natural Peanut Butter This one might take two minutes but it is worth it eating whole grains do a number of great things for the body. This is also another breakfast that you can take with you.
CowWow Cereal Milk If you are a die-hard cereal fan but do not have the time nor the energy to sit down and poor your favorite bowl, you are in luck. CowWow cereal milk is organic boxed flavored milk that tastes like a bowl of morning cereal but minus the cereal. CowWow is loaded with nine essential daily vitamins and is a quick grab and go breakfast.
Steer Clear of Unknown Ingredients A lot of times those “healthy” snack bars may seem like a great grab and go option, which they can be but it is crucial to look over ingredients. If you turn the package over and can’t pronounce a single ingredient chances are you should steer clear.
Grab and Go Smoothie The night before an early morning, get the blender out and create a healthy yummy smoothie that will calm your growling stomach. Pull out the natural peanut butter, a banana and CowWow’s Chocolate Chip Kathy and blend up an organic nutritious smoothie that will kick start your day.
For more than 10 years, one name in the Valley has been synonymous with stellar barbecue: Bobby-Q Great Steaks & Real BBQ. Now open for a decade at its Phoenix location, the restaurant and social bar has just opened up some new digs in Mesa, at Stapley Road and the 60.