I eat an apple, a banana, 2 bread slices with peanut butter, and a nut snack pack for breakfast. I’m 26 years old, 5’4″ tall and I weigh 75 kgs. Am I eating too much breakfast?

Serenity E.
Really it depends on your goals. Do you feel satisfied until lunch? Do you feel sluggish about 30 minutes after eating? Are you wanting to loose some weight?

Let those questions guide your decision. My one observation is that there isn’t a significant source of protein in that breakfast and the amount of carbs is high in comparison. Maybe some eggs in place of the bread and peanut butter? You might consider eating one fruit at breakfast and saving the other for a mid morning snack.

Lo S T.
I think it is a good, healthy breakfast, enough to keep you through the day and remember you are beautiful. Enjoy life 🙂

Gundel T.
I think it is a good, healthy breakfast, enough to keep you through the day and remember you are beautiful. Enjoy life 🙂

Dusan V.
Bruh, no way. Eat till you feel full and fresh. If you’re hitting that sweet spot between still hungry and too full then you’re eating the right amount. Just eat whatever leaves you feeling good to go.

Marie J.
Maybe for me would be a little too much, you can cut the nut snack
and the banana, the apple is very important, that would be a good breakfast! I hope this comment would be helpful 🙂

Brooklyn S.
I think you're doing great with all the fruit and protein you're getting from the peanut butter and nuts. I do suggesttrying to cut down to one slice of bread, to reduce the carbs or change the type of bread you're eating to whole wheat with no fructose corn syrup.

Magnus C.
No it’s not too much breakfast. But if I were you I’d replace the nut snack pack with something else since you already had peanut butter!

Benjamin C.
Maybe for me would be a little too much, you can cut the nut snack
and the banana, the apple is very important, that would be a good breakfast! I hope this comment would be helpful 🙂

Natascha C.
I want to commend you on eating breakfast daily. Study after study has shown that it helps with long term healthy eating and weight loss. I think the nut pack might be too many calories. Oerhaps save that later for a snack.

Bill J.
Yes I think you should away with the bread and the nut snack pack. You would want to have more protein to stick with you.

Pauline Q.
Try recording calories. That will give you a good picture. A female trying to lose weight should have 1200-1300 calories in a day. Some one who wants to maintain would be 15-1600.

Nora Q.
Maybe for me would be a little too much, you can cut the nut snack
and the banana, the apple is very important, that would be a good breakfast! I hope this comment would be helpful 🙂

Glenda U.
It would be best to talk with a licensed nutritionist for an evaluation of your diet. Other important factors like activity level and dietary needs have to be considered.

Marilce Q.
Really it depends on your goals. Do you feel satisfied until lunch? Do you feel sluggish about 30 minutes after eating? Are you wanting to loose some weight?

Let those questions guide your decision. My one observation is that there isn’t a significant source of protein in that breakfast and the amount of carbs is high in comparison. Maybe some eggs in place of the bread and peanut butter? You might consider eating one fruit at breakfast and saving the other for a mid morning snack.

Tommi O.
I think it is a good, healthy breakfast, enough to keep you through the day and remember you are beautiful. Enjoy life 🙂

Eddie Q.
Really it depends on your goals. Do you feel satisfied until lunch? Do you feel sluggish about 30 minutes after eating? Are you wanting to loose some weight?

Let those questions guide your decision. My one observation is that there isn’t a significant source of protein in that breakfast and the amount of carbs is high in comparison. Maybe some eggs in place of the bread and peanut butter? You might consider eating one fruit at breakfast and saving the other for a mid morning snack.

Suzy W.
No. you're not. They say eat breakfast like a king, lunchl ike a prince, and dinner like a pauper, so dinner should be your smallest meal.
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Gavin O.
I think it is a good, healthy breakfast, enough to keep you through the day and remember you are beautiful. Enjoy life 🙂

Mandy B.
Maybe for me would be a little too much, you can cut the nut snack
and the banana, the apple is very important, that would be a good breakfast! I hope this comment would be helpful 🙂

Jessica T.
Really it depends on your goals. Do you feel satisfied until lunch? Do you feel sluggish about 30 minutes after eating? Are you wanting to loose some weight?

Let those questions guide your decision. My one observation is that there isn’t a significant source of protein in that breakfast and the amount of carbs is high in comparison. Maybe some eggs in place of the bread and peanut butter? You might consider eating one fruit at breakfast and saving the other for a mid morning snack.

Verena S.
Everyone is different so it’s important to remember there are many factors that come into play regarding diet. While a BMI doesn’t cover everything, it can be a nice guide. Your BMI from your provided information is at 28.3. A healthy BMI is closer to 24. Fruits are nutritious but also high in sugar. I would suggest having one or the other. Instead of two slices of toast, try one slice with peanut butter instead (carbs can add up quick). You can make your breakfast even healthier by swapping out your toast for Ezekiel Bread!