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A healthy breakfast of muesli, raspberries, cherries and milk accompany a fresh orange juice in this jigsaw puzzle for adults. A healthy breakfast is a fantastic way to fuel the body for the day ahead.

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orinoco
Jul 24, 2019
Yum! Raspberries are my favourite. I just recently learned to make "overnight oats" in the fridge. So cooling in our hot summer temperatures. I always add some Greek style yogurt for a bit of extra protein and some fresh fruit and almonds.
elijah13
Jul 24, 2019
I just use instant oatmeal and add fruit on top--now it's blueberries or strawberries.
nlbuchanan
Jul 25, 2019
I have also learned to make overnight oats and enjoy them very much. I must admit, however, I warm them just a bit in the microwave before eating them.
orinoco
Jul 30, 2019
I'll probably do that in the winter, NL. Just now though with temps in the hundreds F, cold muesli goes down nicely in the morning.
nlbuchanan
Jul 31, 2019
I'm sure they do, orinoco. I'm just not much on any cold foods, I zap stuff a few seconds to take the chill off. Exception, Ice Cream! I do zap it a few seconds to make it softer and easier to serve but I do like it cold!
Honeybeez
Jul 29, 2019
Healthy way to start the day!
aussiesapphire
Jul 24, 2019
Such a healthy looking breakfast except I would substitute Oats for the Muesli.

All the money in the world can't buy you back good health. Reba McEntire

I think that age as a number is not nearly as important as health. You can be in poor health and be pretty miserable at 40 or 50. If you're in good health, you can enjoy things into your 80s. Bob Barker

Good night and God bless all of you. Hugs.
nborchardt
Jul 24, 2019
These are great reminders of what is really important in life. Thanks for the reminder, aussie, and have a blessed day.
JoyceRogers
Jul 25, 2019
Once again, very timely quotes. Last week my cousins put a picture on Facebook of my Aunt's 95th birthday. That's the "healthy" side of my family, so of course all my cousins looked fabulous! My Aunt and Uncle were seated in the front of the picture, and didn't look so well. (They ARE 95 after all! ) My Aunt has Alzheimer's (as did her brother, my Dad) so she was completely oblivious of everything going on. My Uncle looked horrible, with a very mean frown on his face. Last night I got a text that my cousin Larry (my aunt and uncle's son) had passed away. I believe he was 69 years old, and he was the main caregiver for his parents. In talking with my sister this morning, I was SHOCKED when she told me that in that picture, the horrible looking man was NOT my uncle, but my COUSIN LARRY!! I guess he had been feeling bad for months and refused to go to a doctor! It's true...age has nothing to do with the end of life. Health is everything! I'm sorely lacking in that category so I guess I'm doomed! But I plan on enjoying life as much as possible. God gave me this life and I would seem ungrateful with anything less. Hugs to all. (And hug your cousins! )
aussiesapphire
Jul 25, 2019
You too nborchardt. Lots of hugs.
nlbuchanan
Jul 25, 2019
I'm with you, aussie, I would switch to oats also. Otherwise, this would be a delicious breakfast.
nlbuchanan
Jul 25, 2019
JoyceRogers, Praise God indeed. He gives us exactly the life that is right for us.
retirenow14
Jul 26, 2019
Truthful quotes. I was so sick from anorexia in my 30s that I saved enough for a new car just not spending on anything but the necessary bills. Health is really what matters most. Without it, life is unbearable.
aussiesapphire
Jul 26, 2019
Glad you overcame anorexia retirenow, , so many don't. Hugs.
nlbuchanan
Jul 26, 2019
I second aussie's statement, retirenow14. Glad you overcame the anorexia. I know it had to have been a long, hard battle.
nborchardt
Jul 29, 2019
You must be a very strong person, retirenow14 to overcome the disease. Kudos and blessings!
mamag15
Jul 24, 2019
Breakfast for me consists of nothing but coffee. It does look appetizing though.
darambo
Jul 26, 2019
Mamag coffee is my choice for breakfast, always has been, never eat. I asked the doctor about it once and he said it was more unhealthy to eat when you are not hungry than to skip breakfast. You are right it does look good. Take care and be safe.
mamag15
Jul 26, 2019
I am trying my Dear. Been a very rough week.
aknan
Jul 26, 2019
Many hugs sent your way in comfort, mamag.
retirenow14
Jul 26, 2019
Great breakfast. I like to heat the milk up before I pour it on my muesli. Did you say you were pouring coffee?
nancyofs
Jul 25, 2019
Looks good. Nancy
tshepherd24
Jul 25, 2019
That really does look like a healthy breakfast.
KwkClkrSwkr70
Jul 25, 2019
Looks pretty nutritional.
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