via hungryhobby: Healthy Oatmeal Pecan Cookies are a deliciously sweet way to start your day or a great anytime snack! Gluten, Dairy, and Egg Free

I know I know I’ve been teasing you guys with these cookies for way too long! I’m sorry, but they are finally here for you to devour as soon as you can whip them up! As you guys know, I made these to comply with Mr. Hungry’s MRT/LEAP test, and he was very grateful for them!

Because if you have to comply with a food sensitivity test at least you can eat cookies! How is that going???? Well, unfortunately, he caught a really bad cold literally at the start of week one. He isn’t the first client I have had that this happened too. Since the point of the test is to isolate the gut and put it in an anti-inflammatory bubble, it get’s tough to stick to the protocol when you get sick. Any medication taken is outside the test protocol because it’s untested, so it is considered an unknown. In other words, because we didn’t test for Sudafed or Mucinex we have no idea how his immune system reacts to those chemicals. However, we do know those medications are harsh on the gut anyways, so it can be assumed they are gut irritants. So what do you do? Well if he had been a client and not my husband I would have asked they wait till they get better to start the protocol. It’s not like he couldn’t still enjoy cookies right?

However, Mr. Hungry was sure it was just a passing cold. Since I woke up sick on the same day as him and was feeling much better 48 hours later, I figured he would be able to pull through pretty quickly. We had no idea he would end up in the emergency room from a violent reaction to a Z-pack prescribed for bronchitis. He is fine now, but at the time they ran a ton of scans to make sure he didn’t have appendicitis because his pain was very concerning. Despite all of this, Mr. Hungry continued to adhere to his results, refraining from introducing new foods for an entire 11 days. I guess he figured he was feeling so sick that he might as well keep going, at least during all this he could limit any additional gut irritation. He also didn’t have much of an appetite, so bland food was better anyway. He is also on a six-week timeline before he goes to Las Vegas, he wanted to make it through all his tested foods before then. What I couldn’t understand is why he got so sick, and I recovered in 48 hours. At first, I did a ton of joking about the “man cold.” I mean, he is young, very active and athletic. He doesn’t have an overly stressful job or lack sleep, so it doesn’t make sense. Then I remembered what I tell my clients, all the time, EIGHTY PERCENT OF YOUR IMMUNITY IS LOCATED IN YOUR GI TRACT. So, if you are getting sick frequently and unable to fend off the common cold it could be because your GI health is compromised. His Vitamin D also came back low, which is a huge nutrient player in the immune system.

April Fools’ Day is coming in 2-days’ time. It is such a fun time to surprise your kids with fun breakfast recipes or even spice it up with a little prank.

You could try interesting and funny food prank on your kids, such as serving them dinner for breakfast and dessert for dinner. Alternatively, you could also pamper them with these adorable breakfasts for kids!

Watch this video now for 4 fun breakfast for kids that you could try! Grab the following recipe to get started now!

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Make Breakfast Wild With These Animal Platings

These kid-friendly breakfasts are almost too cute to eat:

Posted by Playfull on Saturday, March 3, 2018

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Preparing healthy breakfast for kids will help them kickstart their day energetically.

This baked pumpkin chocolate chips oatmeal cups recipe is yummy, healthy and easy to prepare. It is the perfect healthy breakfast for kids to eat on the go.

Grab the following ingredients and try making this healthy breakfast for kids today!

Baked Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cups

Healthy Breakfast Recipe For KidsRecipe* in the comment section!

Posted by Yum on Thursday, November 16, 2017

Breakfast for kids is important to your kids’ wellbeing. It fuels them up and gets them ready for the day physically and mentally. Preparing breakfast for kids can help to boost their attention span and can even keep your kids’ weight in check.

Studies have shown that kids who take their breakfast are more likely to eat healthier and to take part in physical activities. On the flip side, kids who skip breakfast are generally more restless, tired and even irritable. The reason being that breakfast is the key to help refuel our body after going to sleep without food for 8 – 12 hours.

If you are looking for kid-friendly breakfast recipes for this week, check out this video now!

Via Buzzfeed: 5 Kid-Friendly Breakfast Meal Prep Recipes

Kid-Friendly Breakfast Meal Prep

You can meal prep kid-friendly breakfasts for the WHOLE WEEK! ✨via GoodfulFULL RECIPES:

Posted by Tasty on Tuesday, November 7, 2017