Foods For Belly Fat October 29, 2012 Daily Update

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Today the ‘Foods For Belly Fat’ topics are:

  1. 7 Healthy Dessert-For-Breakfast Recipes
  2. 10 Sinister Sources Of Salt
  3. Healthy Recipes For Smoothies
  4. Video – Light Pumpkin Bars – Recipe Rehab

7 Healthy Dessert-For-Breakfast Recipes

Yes, we said healthy, dessert, and breakfast – all at once! Indulge your sweet tooth with these vegan breakfast choices while still getting a nutritious dose of fiber and protein.

When scientists recently announced that the key to long-term weight loss might be having a little dessert as part of your healthy, balanced breakfast, sweet-toothed dieters around the world rejoiced. The researchers, whose study was published in the journal Steroids, found that if you’re cutting calories and sugar, the best time to indulge in something sweet is in the morning because that’s when your metabolism is at its peak. The authors noted that it’s also important to include healthy carbohydrates and protein as part of your morning meal, and stick to a low-calorie diet.

Inspired by this new data, we turned to vegan food blogger and chocoholic Katie Higgins of for her favorite dessert-inspired breakfast recipes. (And since everything Katie does is dessert-inspired, it was hard to narrow it down!) Read on for delectable vegan recipes that taste sinful, but all still clock in at less than 350 calories.

Pumpkin Bread in a Bowl

This breakfast is only 180 calories, but it also packs 8 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein. To make pumpkin bread in a bowl, just blend pumpkin puree, nondairy milk, cereal, and a few simple seasonings, and let it sit for about 10 minutes. When it’s ready, it will have the consistency of thick pudding. Top with nuts for an added boost of nutrients, fiber, and healthy monounsaturated fat.

Get the full Pumpkin Pumpkin Bread in a Bowl recipe.

10 Sinister Sources Of Salt

On the upside, salt made modern civilization possible, allowing ancient man to preserve food so that he could concentrate on more important things, like curing ulcers with leeches and creating the subprime mortgage crisis. But while salt has been used to make food more easily available, it can also be used to cause starvation—”salting the land” meant poisoning crops so your enemies couldn’t grow grains and produce. Today, salt is cheaper than dirt, and let’s face it, it makes so many foods taste delicious. So, it comes as no surprise that it’s in nearly everything. In fact, the average American takes in about 3,300 milligrams of sodium every single day! Uncover 10 of the biggest sources of salt in our diets.

10. Shredded Parmesan

About 10 tablespoons
850 mg sodium

Sodium Equivalent: 26 saltine crackers

Eat This Instead!

Shredded Cheddar

About 10 tablespoons
439 mg sodium

Healthy Recipes For Smoothies

Pair your abs workout with either of these two slimming smoothies for a flat belly.

Smoothies are one of the best parts about being on the Abs Diet. They take less than 5 minutes to make. They pack in multiple high-nutrient foods. They fill you up. If that weren’t enough, they can taste like a five-star dessert. Here are two I love:

Ultimate Power Smoothie
(number of Powerfoods: 5)

1 cup 1 percent milk
2 tablespoons low-fat vanilla yogurt
3/4 cup instant oatmeal (nuked in water)
2 teaspoons peanut butter
2 teaspoons whey chocolate powder
6 ice cubes, crushed

Makes 1 serving

Per serving: 440 calories, 24 g protein, 58 g carbohydrates, 9 g fat (3 g saturated), 7 g fiber, 240 mg sodium

Very Berry Smoothie
(number of Powerfoods: 4)

3/4 cup instant oatmeal, nuked in water or skim milk
3/4 cup skim milk
3/4 cup mixed frozen berries
2 teaspoons whey powder
3 ice cubes, crushed

Makes 2 8-ounce servings

Per serving: 144 calories, 7 g protein, 27 g carbohydrates, 1 g fat (0 g saturated), 4 g fiber, 109 mg sodium.

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