Growing up I use to love when my mom made egg in the bread for me and my bros. If you’ve never had egg in the bread (also known as Tophat to the southern folk), it’s simply fried bread with a whole in the middle for the fried egg. Mom used heaping spoons of margarine with conventional eggs and Wonder bread (Is Wonder bread still even around? Uuugggh I shiver at the thought!). Well I still love egg in the bread, but of course I only make healthy versions. Today I decided to dress it up with extra toppings and maaaan, no offense mom but it’s no Wonder that this was way better than yours (hehe…see what I did here)
- 1 slice Landberg 5 grain bread
- 2 egg whites
- 2 slices applegate organic turkey
- 3 slices of tomato
- 1 slice muenster cheese
- 1tsp organic butter
- Salt pepper
1. Cut out a circle in the middle of bread
2. Sauté butter in small frying pan
3. Fry bread & crack your eggs through the hole (this is typically made with the whole egg so that the yolk is right in the hole but I just don’t like egg yolk)
4. Flip over
5. Fry the turkey & tomato in the same pan off to the side for only a minute
6. Place turkey on top of bread & tomatoes on top of turkey.
7. Season with salt pepper and oregano
8. Place cheese slice on top and serve
Makes 1 serving
295cal / 28g protein / 19g carbs / 11 fat
What would your community be like if it had ‘fitness patrols’ roaming the streets of your neighborhood? McDonald’s would probably be an underground junk food dealer (4 chicken nuggets in a dime bag, please) and Starbucks would most likely sell wheat grass macchiatos and have stair masters in their lounges instead of free wi-fi. Huh, or maybe people would actually start taking responsibility for their health & well-being. What a concept!
Well Human@Ease actually did the unthinkable and the Fitness Protection Police are patrolling the Greenpoint streets to promote a healthier lifestyle to the community! Now, you may think they’re going to roll deep like Ben Stiller’s GloboGym squad and criticize everybody’s gluteus Maximus…
But what Dishan Elise, owner of Human@Ease and creator of the Fitness Protection Program (FPP) really wants is to increase awareness on individual and global health, fitness & well-being. And since the NYPD might be too busy issuing tickets to your chained bike and making sure nobody hops over the turnstile at Metropolitan Ave, the FPP has taken the initiative to issue their own fitness tickets for those who don’t know their bicep from their backside.
Elise and her FPP team agree that as silly and funny as these clips are, what they really want is to impact each person’s life they encounter and for individuals to see this as an opportunity to make better choices in their health & well-being. Elise feels that the FPP along with her signature B.E.S.T. Plan (which is a 12-week program that teaches you how to master the art of your fitness & well-being), can really influence and shift our way of thinking around diet and exercise.
So Elise decided to take it to the next level and make the BEST Plan virtual so that even your college buddy who now lives in Tucson can have access to the BEST Plan. They just might even see the FPP patrolling their nabe soon enough so we all better start working on our planks and pushups!
Shining a light on just how unwilling some people are to change their lives for the better, at least one mock website has been created that parodies the BEST.everywhere Indiegogo.com page in great detail. Although it attempts to make fun of the real campaign, www.WorstEverywhere.com succeeds only in proving BEST.everywhere’s point – that being healthy is a choice one must make.
The online BEST Plan will be ready to launch by March 2015 but you can pre-register now through their BEST.everywhere Indiegogo campaign for a discounted rate.
Read the BESTy testimonials here.