Pancakes or Cereal for Breakfast? This Pancake Cereal is the Only Answer to That Question

Pancakes or Cereal for Breakfast? This Pancake Cereal is the Only Answer to That Question

If you’ve ever grappled with the age-old debate over what’s the best breakfast food, you might find yourself unable to crown a champion. That’s why we’re here to settle the debate with our Questified Pancake Cereal. One part cereal, one part pancakes — it combines two of the best breakfasts you can imagine into one satisfying bowl. Outside of the adorable novelty, our bite-sized pancakes make a great addition to your morning start. Take a look at the full recipe below. NUTRITIONAL INFO PANCAKE CEREAL Yields:  6 servings |  Serving Size: 1/6th of batter Calories: 130 | Protein: 10g  | Fat: 6g | Net Carb: 8g Total Carb: 12g  | Sugar: 1g Prep Time:  15 minutes | Cook Time: 15-20 minutes  | Total Time: ~35 minutes Ingredients PANCAKE CEREAL 1 cup Quest Vanilla Protein Shake 2 eggs, large 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 cup oat flour 1/4 cup almond flour 3 tbsp coconut flour 2 tsp zero calorie sweetener 1/2 tsp baking powder... Read More
6 Most Common Running Injuries & How to Prevent Them

6 Most Common Running Injuries & How to Prevent Them

Whether you’re just starting a running routine or you’ve already logged hundreds of miles, it pays to prevent running injuries that can derail future runs. “Your best bet for [injury] prevention is staying in good shape,” says Justin McCoy, DO, a specialist in sports medicine at SCL Health Medical Group – Rocky Mountain Orthopedics in Grand Junction, CO. But that doesn’t just mean being able to run fast. “It means being well-rounded in your athleticism and making sure that your muscles, particularly your core and glutes, are in good shape,” McCoy adds. So what can you do to prevent running injuries? Following a progressive running program that incorporates resistance training — like 30 Day Breakaway — is one great way to build fitness and overall strength, which may help you avoid pain and injury. And when you’re out for a run, keep tabs on any aches or pains. If you notice symptoms of any of these... Read More