The natural peanut butter, not the processed stuff with sugar.
Also, multigrain (like you can see the grains a little) bread, not brown Wonder bread, that's no better than white bread. Nutritionally, most bread is pretty much nutritionally identical to cake and a B vitamin baked into it.
A high fibre wrap, and stuff some lettuce in it (trust me) is a good variation, bit more lunchy though, I guess.
If you’re struggling to make a healthy eating choice, then toast and peanut butter will always be a lot better than many other options with too much (refined) sugar, unhealthy fat, salt or added e-numbers and preservatives. However, you can increase the health benefit by making your toast wholemeal or multigrain (or rye or other low gluten-types), chose the best ingredients Peanut butter you can (as low salt and low mono saturated fat as possible, avoiding e-numbers and preservatives) or chose an alternative nut butter like almond or cashew. You can amp it up by considering topping it with banana slices, chia seeds, a pinch of cinnamon etc. Then you have a delicious and healthy breakfast or snack that isn’t too boring!
It's also delicious and that's good for your mindset too.
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