5 new breakfast superfoodsThese easy-to-use toppings and mix-ins enhance the most important meal of the day.
You already know it's important to start your day off right. Now it's time to kick it up a notch nutritionally, with these easy ideas from Jackie Newgent, RD, author of 1,000 Low-Calorie Recipes.
The best part? You don't have to change your regular morning menu. Just add these five nutrient-packed ingredients.
Sprinkle 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed in your bowl of oatmeal for brain-boosting omega-3 fats and two extra grams of fiber.
Spread toast with chocolate nut spread; add chopped pistachios for cholesterol-lowering phytosterols.
Toss a pinch of ground turmeric into beaten eggs to add earthiness and cancer-fighting antioxidants to a veggie omelet.
Schmear half a toasted whole-grain bagel with two tablepoons hummus for a creamy topping packed with fiber and filling protein.
Top pancakes or waffles with one half-cup of mashed raspberries to get more than 20 percent of your daily vitamin C needs.
This article originally appeared on Health.com: 5 New Breakfast Superfoods
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