I don't avoid, but at least consider reduced choices with added sugar, prepared foods are usually high in sugar or sodium so preparing my own meals can also be beneficial. Pancakes/Waffles, muffins, should be ingested in moderation. As time allows, fruit bowls (natural instead of added sugar) are better choices. Up to, but no more than two cups of coffee (like red wine) may also constitute good properties and caffeine for a morning pick-me-up without the jitters – consult a doctor if you have any health conditions.
1 cup Oatmeal
1/2 cup Almond Milk
1/2 cup Egg Whites
5 slices Turkey Bacon
2 tbs Natural Peanut Butter
2 boiled eggs
Drink a glass of Water
- How big is your breakfast compared to your lunch?
- Could you offer simple ideas on what to cook in the morning that would be healthy?
- What’s your favorite on the go breakfast?
- How to meal prep breakfast??
- Any suggestions for a good vegetarian breakfast/ brunch for the weekend?
- Is there a website that you know which has great recipes for healthy food?
- My job is sedentary… What kind of breakfast should I be having?
- Is it healthy to eat the same breakfast every day?
- What is your favorite healthy breakfast that gives you sustained energy and keeps you feeling full until lunch?
- How do I get more veggies for breakfast?