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Lifestyle Tips

Breaking down the latest research on Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition
Written By: Dr. Barry Sears, Ph. D | Creator of the Zone Diet

Written by Mary Perry, MS, RD, LDN
on September 15, 2015

Many of us are creatures of habit when it comes to our breakfast routine but why wait until the weekend to switch things up? Here are 5 simple Zone breakfasts to start your day right.1. Blueberry Ricotta Oatmeal

Blueberry Ricotta Oatmeal

With ½ cup of blueberries this packs a nutritious punch. Make the morning even smoother by cooking the steel cut oats the night before; then just add the other ingredients and go.

2. Cottage Cheese with Fruit

Cottage Cheese with Fruit

Cottage cheese is a great source of protein plus it’s easy to keep on hand at home or in the fridge at work.

3. Breakfast on the Fly

Breakfast on the Fly

With simple ingredients like yogurt, berries and nuts, this is one of those recipes you could stop and grab almost anywhere on the go. You’ll see a theme in our recipes that we like blueberries because of their polyphenol content but feel free to substitute in any berries of your choice.

4. Egg’N Fruit

Egg’N Fruit

Like eggs, but don’t have time to cook? No problem! Simply microwave them, and in just 1-2 minutes they’ll be ready to go. Couple them with fruit for a complete Zone meal.

5. Zone Cereal

Zone Cereal

It doesn’t get much simpler than this! All you need is milk or substitute in place of granola for some added crunch on top of your Greek/plain yogurt!

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