Southwestern Omelet – Transform Your Kitchen-Ep. #21

Southwestern Omelet Recipe

A kick in the mouth to start your day. This Southwestern Omelet is also packed full of nutrients and antioxidants.

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15 comments so far - add yours!

  1. Lisa Marie says:

    Oh Doc Axe, I wish you would shave! :-(

  2. Lisa Sager says:

    I might actually eat this, sound good!

  3. Olive Wagner says:

    I have just received my first jar of Berry Greens and wondered if it could be substituted for a meal. Also can it be mixed with orange or vegetable juice instead of water to make it more palatable. Thank you.

    • Dr. Axe says:

      Hi Olive,
      Yes, it can be substituted for a meal, but I would also focus on eating a variety of different vegetables and fruits.
      Try adding a scoop of the Berry Greens powder to a smoothie. You can also add it to a juice, but I will tend to stay away from juices with any added sugars. If you juice your own vegetables, that would be a great thing to add the Berry Greens to.

      • Olive Wagner says:

        I do have smoothies for breakfast very often – mostly fruit with a few greens thrown in -so I’ll try that. Many thanks.

  4. Renee says:

    I’m new to your site. I’m a follower of Dr. Mercola, but he doesn’t give delicious recipes as yourself. Had the blueberry pancakes this morning. Fabulous! Also, enjoyed the chocolate mousse. Look forward to trying s.w. omelet. As for the non shaven look……bestill my heart. Your a lot better to look at then Dr. Mercola. I hope some lucky girl has snatched you up. Your a catch!

  5. Mike Spence says:

    Dr. Axe,

    I have three small children under three. My eldest is 2 1/2 yrs old. He loves his snacks and juice of course. Do you happen to have recipes for small children and toddlers? Thanks!
    Mike in Memphis

  6. Joy Lynn says:

    Dr. Axe,

    My husband was just diagnosed with crohn’s disease. I also have a type 1 diabetic daughter who is 12. Are there any recipes I can use that will be good for both so I don’t have to create two meals at dinner time?
    Also, I saw on your episode #18 about sugar/sweetner substitutes…how does that work for diabetics? We have used splenda and sugar free (aspartame filled) drink mixes to keep her from spiking. I feel like we can’t win either way :( Any input would be greatly appreciated.

    • Dr. Axe says:

      Hi Joy,
      I would say almost ALL the recipes on this site would be great for both of you. Also, as a sugar substitute I would use Stevia. It’s a NO calorie natural sweetener. The aspartame and splenda are neurotoxic and will destroy your health. Also, your husband may want to look into supplementing with Chromium.

      • Joy Lynn says:

        Thank you…I wasn’t sure if Stevia was a natural sugar or just a substitute like splenda so that makes me feel better. What exactly is chronium or its purpose? To try & get my husband to do this is going to be interesting :)

        I have heard a great deal about you from my mom & brother. My brother is Michael Neale…I am currently looking into the “maker’s diet” by Jordan Rubin for my husband & really all of us. I am trying to do as much research as I can to get us all on the right track. This website is GREAT, we will be off to a great start!! Thank you again for your time.

  7. Dan says:

    Hi Dr. Axe,
    I noticed that you advise against using Teflon cookware. Is this specifically because scratching a Teflon surface releases PTFT, a fluoride compound? Also, I would be very interested in your thoughts on fluoride in water and dental products. Thanks, and keep up the great work!
    -Dan in Knoxville

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