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Simple Healthy Fruity Nutty Spicy Oatmeal Breakfast

Eat breakfast!

Healthy Fruity Oatmeal

1 cup oats
2 cups water
1 banana smashed
1 apple diced
1/3 cup raisins
1/3 cup sliced almonds
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 Sprinkle brown sugar
1/4 cup milk

Add all oats, water, banana, apples and raisins, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and cook for 3 to 5 minutes. Stir in cinnamon and nutmeg, and let boil for 1 minute. Plate in a bowl, add milk, and sprinkle with brown sugar. Enjoy this hearty, health, extra Round breakfast.

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New on RoundTV

Chickens and Eggs are Round, but which came first? And how does that question help you eat healthier? Find out on RoundTV’s lastest quick video.

The Healthiest Sugar Substitute

A Super Sweet Winner!

The winner is Stevia! It comes from a plant that grows in South America, and was first consumed as a supplement, rather than a sweetener. This substitute is about 300 times sweeter than sugar! It is potent in very tiny quantities, has zero calories, and is low-carbohydrate.

Stevia works well in hot beverages like coffee or tea. It is also perfect for sweetening cold foods, such as plain yogurt, salad dressing, or grapefruit. Remember to start with a small amount so the extreme sweetness does not take over the taste of the food. Stevia does not cause havoc with blood glucose, making it an attractive  and healthy natural sweetener for anyone — especially those who need to watch their carbohydrate intake and love the sweet taste of sugar.

Too much Stevia may leave some people with a bitter after taste.  Plus, the extra sweet taste takes some getting used to. You will need to learn the sugar equivalents and how to mix  Stevia into recipes — hot and cold. For your measuring pleasure, check out the chart below and start experimenting on your own.

Measuring Stevia

When substituting Stevia for sugar in your own recipes, it helps to know how much Stevia equals the same amount of sugar.

Native Indians of the Guarani Tribe in Paraguay are known to have used Stevia leaves as a sweetener since pre-Columbian times — way before UNHEALTHY artificial sweeteners like Splenda and Sweet and Low appeared on the market.

Calories Burned By Jumping on a Rebounder or Fitness Trampoline

Jump 20 minutes in the morning & 20 minutes at night

Rebounding and fitness trampoline is more than just jumping around. It is a fun way to burn body fat, while simultaneously firming your body — right down to every muscle and cell. According to your body weight, the table below shows you how many calories, when running or doing moderate, yet nonstop, jumping and bounding on the rebounder, can be burned for a specified amount of time.

For the Whole Sha-bang!

Mix Round exercises like rebounding or fitness trampolining with eating in a healthy Round way, and you’ll be rewarded with a more or even more toned, slim and sexy body that everyone deserves.

Rebounding vs. Jogging

By jumping on a well-made rebounder, you will feel invigorated and filled with a sense of well-being. This means that you might want to adjust your daily plans as you enjoy how rebounding makes it easier for you to work longer, sleep better, and feel less tense and nervous.

You will also need to grow accustomed to living in a tighter body, because the action of bouncing up and down against gravity, without trauma to the musculoskeletal system, is one of the most beneficial aerobic, fat-burning, muscle-tightening, immune-enhancing, full body exercises ever developed.

March is National Nutrition Month

Nationals Nutrition MonthColorful & Round

March is a very Round month due to it’s focus on healthy eating. In the Round world, this is a reminder for everyone to add an array of colorful fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins and low fat dairy, such as plain yogurt, into your daily diet — so you eat  healthy all year and beyond.

Shop Round to eat Round

Next time you go into the produce section of any grocery store, observe the colors and shape of the healthy foods staring back at you. Experiment by only choosing the Roundest foods, meaning they must either grow in a Round shape, be able to be sliced into circles from their natural shape, come from Round animals like an egg or lean turkey, or add flavor to Round dishes such as herbs, spices and healthy vegetable oils.

Now is also the time to keep fried and salty foods off your plate so you don’t end up being one of the 30 percent of people around world having a heart attack caused by a their poor diet. Again, focus on transforming your eating habits to include heart-healthy Round fruits and veggies.

And remember, eating Round is so easy a kindergartner could do it. You don’t need to be a nutritionist to eat Round! You only need to know the difference between a circle and a square.

Learn more about Eating Round by browsing pages right here on Roundorama!

Winner of the Healthiest Breakfast

Simple to Make and Tasty To Eat

A new study discovered that the healthiest breakfast is a simple bowl of cereal with milk.

By starting your day with cereal and milk, you will be less likely to stuff your face with fatty, sugary food during the course of the day. Plus, cereal nutrients your body with calcium and a variety of other key nutrients, such as fiber and protein.

Feed yourself and your loved ones a whole grain cereal with milk, and for an even more nutritious, delicious, energy-boosting breakfast, add berries or a sliced banana to the mix. Of course, the choice is always yours!

All the Chips You Want, Don’t Gain a Pound

Another way to get your salty fake food fix

Have you ever dreamed of having all the chips you could possible eat, and get none of the salty, chemical-filled, greasiness? Then you’ll want to watch this video to find out exactly how you can do just that!

Healthy Round Diet Fruity Lunch

Pomegranates, Pineapple & Mango, Oh My

The heart of this lunch is a fresh fruit salad that’s as delicious to eat as it is fun to make.

In The Hills

Don’t be surprised if you learn new cutting skills, and meet some new people and critters in this fruity Round lunch in the hills.

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