Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Rice-a-roadie: Whole Foods Market Ceo’s Recipe Secrets

HT oatmeal jef 140218 16x9 608 Rice a Roadie: Whole Foods Market CEOs Recipe Secrets Its actually to make his favorite healthy morning oatmeal.With more than 60 percent of American adults overweight, Mackey says hes part of the solution. He joined Rebecca Jarvis, ABCs chief business and economics correspondent, on Real Biz to squash the excuse that eating healthy is too expensive and takes too much time. AndMackey debunked some healthy eating myths your mom had wrong. For example, he says you can cook without olive oil; instead saute with vegetable stock. Here are some simple, affordable tips to eat healthy Get your fats from whole, unprocessed sources like nuts, seeds and avocados Its just as easy to grab an apple as it is a donut Use natural sweeteners like dates and fresh/dried fruits instead of refined sugar Beans are an awesome and affordable source of protein and fiber Get in the kitchenif you want to eat healthy, you need to cook Heres how to make Mackeys favorite breakfast recipe for the road, Steel-cut Oats: Banana optional METHOD Soak 1/3 cup of steel cut oats with 2/3 cup of water overnight. A rice cooker will make perfect oats every time because it will shut off when the water has been absorbed. If you dont have a rice cooker you can use a pot. The next morning add almond milk until it gets to the consistency you like. If you like it thick, add less milk. Then finish by sprinkling raisins, various berries, and maybe a banana. This fruit is an excellent source of potassium, Vitamin C and B6. Let us know your favorite healthy meal on the run. Tweet us at@nsawyertv @RealBizwithRJ @Rebeccajarvis
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