“You pop it in your mouth and scrape the pulp off the seed, swirl it around and hold it in your mouth for about a minute,” he said. “Then you’re ready to go.” He ushered his guests to a table piled with citrus wedges, cheeses, Brussels sprouts, mustard, vinegars, pickles, dark beers, strawberries and cheap tequila, which Mr. Aliquo promised would now taste like top-shelf Patrón. [link]
If a zombie can do it, you can do it.
Adding a banana to your bowl of cereal and milk could be the key to better mental health in teenagers, according to Australian researchers who have found that a variety of foods at breakfast is linked to mental functioning.
Presenting her research at the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) national conference, dietitian Therese O’Sullivan from the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research in Perth said a high quality breakfast, with foods from at least three different healthy food groups, was linked with better mental health in 14 year old boys and girls.
And she said that for every extra food group eaten at breakfast, the associated mental health score improved. [link]
So we looked up a pretty picture of breakfast and came up with this: