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Morning-After Meals: What to Eat to Get On Track Post-Holiday

Berry-Yogurt Smoothie with Honey

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Yogurt smoothies aren't just easy to make, but they're also one of the healthiest meals you can eat. Combining frozen fruit, yogurt, honey, orange juice and a banana is a great way to get a nutrient-packed breakfast on the go. Get the Berry-Yogurt Smoothie with Honey recipe.

Green Eggs, Skip the Ham

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Scrambling eggs with sautéed greens is an easy way to inject your regular breakfast with some much-needed, post-binge veggies. The added vitamins plus protein from the eggs get you back on track fast. Any combination of quick-cooking greens will work here; we love mixing spinach and arugula. Get the green eggs, no ham recipe.

Healthy Pancakes with Pomegranate

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These pancakes may appear decadent, but they're actually quite light. Yogurt gives them their fluffy texture, and pomegranate sprinkled on top delivers a high dose of antioxidants. You can use fresh berries or banana slices in place of pomegranate. Quick tip: Buy fresh pomegranate seeds instead of the whole fruit to save a ton of work (and time). Get the Healthy Pancakes with Pomegranate recipe.

Breakfast Potato Hash with Vegetables

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Instead of a basic breakfast potato hash, combine the satisfying starch with nutrient-packed vegetables you have on hand. Carrots, celery, turnips, onion and garlic all work well together or on their own. To up the protein, toss a fried or poached egg on top. Get the Breakfast Potato Hash with Vegetables recipe.