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P90x Mushroom Omelet recipe
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Ingredients Needed

  1. Liquid Egg Whites (1.0 cup)
  2. Salt (1.0 dash)
  3. Black Pepper (1.0 dash)
  4. Mushrooms - Raw (1.0 cup of pieces or slices)
  5. Green Onion (0.25 cup)
  6. Roman Tomato (0.5 cup)
  7. Low Fat Cheddar Cheese (1.0 oz)

Instructions

Start the week right with this mushroom omelet which is actually high in protein, low in fat, and vegetarian, too!

  • Lightly whip the eggs with a fork and add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Heat sauté pan coated with cooking spray then add the vegetables and cook until tender.
  • Combine the egg mixture with the vegetables and cook until bottom begins to set.
  • Sprinkle with cheese over top and fold the omelet in half and cook until cheese is melted and eggs are set.
  • Serve hot and enjoy!
  • Facts: Egg whites have no cholesterol. The full 213 mg of an egg's cholesterol, however, is all in the yolk. Eat alone the egg white and you're immediately getting rid of the eggs' notoriously damaging element. Egg whites are also high in protein. They are one of the top sources of protein, ranking up there with lean meat, poultry and fish according some study. You'll get no fat, in fact, unless you fry up the egg in greasy oil or butter. Opting for low-fat protein sources as a regular part of your diet can also reduce your risk of heart disease. Egg whites are also said to be low in calories. An egg is not a high calorie food to begin with, carrying only about 71 calories for a single large egg based from research. Set aside the egg yolk and you at once cut out about 55 of those calories, leaving you with a mere 16 for just the egg white.
  • Facts: Mushrooms provides vitamins B including riboflavin, niacin, and pantothenic acid, which help to provide energy by breaking down proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Vitamin B also act vital role in the nervous system. Pantothenic acid assists with the production of hormones and also acts an important role in the nervous system. Riboflavin helps maintain healthy red blood cells. Niacin promotes healthy skin and makes sure the digestive and nervous systems function the right way. Mushrooms provide a powerhouse of nutrients that may help protect against some cancers.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

  • Calories

    139.0

  • Fat

    2.2g

  • Carbs

    5.4g

  • Protein

    12.2g