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Brunch can be tough for a vegan, but the easy of pancakes in a jar will make breakfast every day seem like a treat!
Swap applesauce in for oil and use a tad less sugar to make these vegan treats part of your healthy diet.
TweetLet’s get fancy. Sometimes it’s nice to make your sweetheart — or yourself — a delicious, hearty breakfast to kick off your day. And it might be a way to make Valentine’s Day or any random Thursday a little more … Continue reading
Studies have found people who don’t eat breakfast are more likely to be obese, have higher blood-sugar levels, consume more fat and get fewer nutrients including calcium, potassium and fiber.
TweetThe weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news and lists events that will help you stay fit during the weekend. Check back every Friday morning. Have an interesting health or fitness-related link or event to share? … Continue reading