Selmaan A Ali
My second advice would be that you don’t need to preparare a large breakfast, or eat a lot if you don’t feel that hungry. A fruit or smaller breakfast is a good start – better than nothing at all.
The key point is to get something into your stomach every day by breakfast, and to not turn it into a cumbersome process that takes a lot of time (unless you want to, of course).
Try exploring new breakfast options, like taking inspiration from other countries, cultures or even foods you wouldn't usually eat at breakfast.
I promise you, there's something out there that's for you. Explore your options!
- What does an ideal breakfast consist of?
- What are good options other than eggs?
- What do people suggest as an alternative to bread and cereal that is also vegetarian? Looking for low carb ideas please?
- What are some easy and high in protein recipes that I or some one else could make that doesn’t take a lot of time to make?
- Do you have any scientific papers to back the importance of breakfasts as opposed to other meals?
- Are granola bars considered a good breakfast?
- What’s your go to breakfast when your in a rush?
- How do you make sure you stay on habit and continue your morning routines?
- Do you take the time to prepare veggies the night before. I would like to fry onions and peppers with eggs and small tomatoes sometimes, but I never plan, by doing in the evening.
- What are some easy but healthy snacks for during the day at work?