What are some good breakfast ideas? And how much should I eat?

Florent Y.
I think you should a enough amount to make you feel satisfied and not running after food in a short period of time.
Good ideas of breakfast is whole grain cereals with fruits, ham and yellow cheese with whole grain bread, yogurt and fruits with some fibers.
M Lissa S.
Sometimes I make a smoothie with banana, peanut butter, strawberries, chi seeds, etc. Other times I make scrambled eggs and drink juice. I always try to make it as healthy and powerful as possible.
Terry J.
Im a big fan of fruit and protein. I have an apple with a couple eggs and 1 piece of while grain toast, a whole grain english muffin with peanut butter, a fruit smoothie with peanut butter powder added, or if im in a rush i grab a banana and some almonds.
Greg N.
I eat skyr yoghurt, eggs on whole wheat bread or healthy banana pancakes: 2 bananas, 2 eggs, nuts, blueberries and a little cinnamon in to give flavor. If you eat fruit you have to remember to eat some nuts or grains to bind the sugar for more a stabile blood-sugar. It helps you to stay energetic for longer time
Nicholas Z.
Some fat-free yoghurt with non-processed oats, a handfull of nuts and/or seeds and fresh fruit like a banana, strawberries or blueberries. If you have a taste for sweet put a little sugarfree lemonade in it. If you do weight lifting today or physical heavy working, add also some proteinpowder to help you build muscle.
Marizete Z.
Hi, a good breakfaskt contains a portion of all groups. Why don’t you try eating some eggs, I really like them Mexican style, with tomatoes, onions and Serrano Chile.
Ad a small salad or some vegetables. You can also eat a piece of bread or corn tortillas, beans and a cup of green tea. For bread sourdough is the best option, good luck and keep healthy.
Neil P.
Always eat healthy! I'm something that my mom calls flexitarian. Some times we eat unhealthy but It's rare. So good breakfast ideas are: Parfaits, oatmeal, Biscuits, Cearal(the natural kind). I always have dairy free milk(almond is the best)and yogurt for parfaits. My mom makes this dish called sweet potato hash. It's got kale and onions and obviously sweet potato. It's delicious! I definitely encourage you to try it.
Dino Z.
I am definitely not a morning person so unless it’s a weekend I usually got for something quick and healthy. This morning it’s yogurt, sometimes I’ll have a smoothie or an apple with peanut butter or a boiled egg. As far as how much to eat, I think that depends on you. I am never hungry when I wake up so I usually have something small just so I’m not ravenous by the time lunch rolls around.
Adna C.
Reach for whole grains. Have a bowl of oatmeal, or choose a whole-grain cereal with at least 5 grams of fiber per serving and/or those that carry a seal identifying them as an “excellent” or “good” source of whole grains. Keep an eye on sugars too: look for cereals with less than 6 grams of sugars per serving.
Add a lean source of protein. Research suggests that, gram for gram, protein may help you feel fuller, for longer, than carbs or fat. Eggs, tofu, peanut butter, fish and lean meats all are good sources of protein. Other good choices include low-fat dairy products, such as milk, yogurt and cottage cheese.
Make the most of fruit. A small glass of 100% fruit juice is an easy way to get a serving of fruit with your breakfast, but elect for whole fruits when possible, as they contain fiber.

As for how much you should eat: for a woman: 300-400 calories, for a man: 400-500 calories.

Vanda Q.
I ”eat” for my first breakfast 1 dl of high quality grass-fed and naturally flavored what protein with water, lion’s mane mushroom extract and rosea rhodiola extract and eat a high-fiber oat bread or a piece of fruit. I have ADHD, so taking protein first thing in the morning is essential for my wellbeing.
Berit A.
My breakfast included fresh fruit vegetables and shakes as our day gonna start wehave to eat lot , just try for 3 days and put your choice for brakfast menu and feel the magic
Eli S.
Good ideas: fruits, eggs, water, and if you like the taste and energy of coffee; a small cup of black coffee hot or iced. I like to sometimes do fat free plain greek yogurt with about a cup of fresh cut strawberries and blueberries, and 2 eggs any style. Other times I usually have about 4 (personal preference) scrambled eggs and about 1 1/2 cup of hashbrowns, with water and coffee. I usually float between these two, and sometimes veer away and just have whatever I am in the mood for- but I always try to steer clear of processed items as my first meal of the day.
Eli F.
First, I want to respond to the “how much should I eat” part of this. The simple answer is “however much feels good.” For me, I can’t eat much when I first wake up, so I have something small and then a larger “second breakfast” an hour or so later when my body is more awake and ready to eat. Sometimes I make oatmeal and eat half early and the other half after an hour. Sometimes I’m hungrier and have a bigger breakfast. I try to let my body call the shots. As for what to eat, overnight oats with some chia seeds for extra protein are great. The carbs give your body energy and the protein and fat help keep you full. If you have more time, eggs and toast is another great option with protein, fat, and carbs. Alternatively, a smoothie on the go may be a good option. Be sure to add in some protein and fat by way of chia or flax seeds, nut butter, or protein powder. But really the best breakfast is one that you enjoy and that makes your body feel good!
Freja A.
I love a good breakfast smoothie! Bananas, kiwi, ground flaxseed, spinach, etc.. Sometimes I put oats in go give me some iron and carbs. Then I have coffee. If I’m really hungry, then I’ll eat a simple eggs and whole wheat toast and butter with a cup or two of coffee. On lazy days, even just a banana or toast is good to start off with.
Marcelino Q.
I love having a healthy cereal with milk or a yogurt parfait with berries and granola. How much? Maybe 2 handfuls worth. and I like tea!
Frederick O.
If I have breakfast I take the time to cook up something delicious and simple, a fresh baked croissant and butter + scrambled eggs is my favourite. For the quick and dirty, preparing nightly healthy yoghurt trifles are so easy, just layer Greek yoghurt with oats, honey and some chocolate if you like.
Ross C.
I drink a green juice and eat a scoop of almond butter. I also make an almond butter, banana and almond milk smoothie. If I’m in a hurry I grab a bottle of water and drop a protein pack shake inside -like Body fortress on the go paks.
Kirk Q.
I tend to need a bit of carbs to feel full. My ideal breakfast is two eggs, spinach sautéed with sauerkraut, and sourdough toast with European butter 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼 With a tea or homemade latte.
Annelore W.
I eat granola from natural eats with high protein(30 grams because of its high nutritional value), combined with high protein (200g) soy yogurt and fruit as much as I feel like
Ruby N.
My favorite breakfast idea is oatmeal with fresh banana or strawberries or blueberries and I like to do a mix of flax chia and hemp seeds sprinkled into it and I add cinnamon and honey for Flavour.
Stanislaw T.
Some of my favorites are simple ones like oatmeal with strawberry or blueberry and then just three scrambled eggs. It doesn’t have to be hard just something you’re willing to eat for breakfast.
Amandine E.
I like oatmeal with raisins. About 1/2 cup of oatmeal with apple cider over it. Or a protein powder smoothie with fruit. Either one stays with me the whole morning. Both are low fat. Eggs also seem to keep me from getting hungry before noon.
Maria Z.
I love smoothies! You can add all kinds of healthy ingredients with a banana and it always tastes good. I put in kale, blueberries, seeds, beet powder, protein powder and pomegranate juice and mix it up.
Raissa T.
I put into a big Tupperware a mixture of Oats, muesli fruit and nut (one with not too much sugar), been flakes and weetabix crushed up. Lots of healthy fat burning wholegrains
Louise C.
One of my favorite breakfast items is egg. You can make it in so many ways, and it’s quick and easy! To mix thing with up, you can add other ingredients like cheese or onions. The portions really depend on your age and body type, amongst other things.
Higina S.
Well! I guess it depends on what you are aiming for. For me works just fine a yogurt, oats and fruits smoothie, which I prepare the night before, since in the morning I’m always in a hurry 🤷‍♀️
As for the amount I generally add in the blender about 150gr of greek yogurt, 2 table spoons of oats, 1 tbs of seeds mixture (chia seeds, flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds) and depending on the fruits i have bought that week i add some apple or banana or pear, peach etc. it normally brings me long way until lunch time.
I hope it was helpful 😁
Ortrun X.
I try to do the same breakfast every morning to reduce decision making. I made a one-egg cheese omelette for years. Lately it has been one egg over easy. My wife makes super protein shakes, so I’ve done that from time to time.
Jacob W.
A healthy filling smoothie would be banana penut butter smoothy, just blend banana, spoon of peanut butter ,milk and a teaspoon of vanilla.
Eva Z.
Some good breakfast ideas for me include omelettes and anything with eggs because of the protein and fats they contain. I try to stay away from gluten and ‘bread carbs’ because they digest quickly into sugars and leave you hungry faster than protein and fat. Yogurt is good (only use granola if you have grain-free granola) and berries are good as well. If you have a good protein powder (without the extra junk they put in a lot of them) you can make a smoothie if you’re in a time crunch. I generally stay away from cereal, bananas (high sugar content), and I drink my coffee without sugar and flavored creamers. I just use plain half and half. Basically, anything with lots of fats and proteins (avocados are great for this) because they will keep you full until lunch. I hope this helps!
Connor W.
One could put together a sardine / tuna sandwich (2 slices of bread) with vegetables (lettuce, onions & green pepper), optional is to add mayonnaise / ketchup and top it off with a beverage (tea, choco, etc)
Lucie T.
Something high in protein and nutrients is good. Something to keep you full and going until lunch, but not something huge. Eggs are good, or fruit and peanut butter. I like to blend almond milk, half a serving of Lean1 protein and greens powder, and a banana for a breakfast shake.
Thea C.
Swiss-style “Bircher Müsli” with oats and berries, apples and nuts is a favorite. You can easily substitute the dairy for coconut milk or nut milk.
Undine S.
I eat oat and rye porridge with diffrent mixed nuts and cranberries chopped in small pieces and have lowfat milk on. Sometimes I add an Apple or eat it st my 10.00 break. Before I used to eat ryebread with jam and bananas, but I assume it was more sugary
Margot Q.
My go-to is a pair of eggs. Easy, fast, taste great, and pack a lot of healthy protein. I usually add one or 2 fruits or some nuts, and that is enough for me
Damian U.
I don't like spending alot of time in the kitchen for breakfast for just me so I'm always looking for quick things to eat in the morning. The best I've come up with so far is a packet of instant oatmeal, an apple and a spoonful of peanut butter. I cut up the apple and dip it in the peanut butter.
Florian T.
Oats, eggs, milk, brown bread are some easy and health options. Keep them in stock along with some dry fruits.
Quantity will be determined by how you feel satiated. Do this for a couple of days and you will understand how much your body requires. It is a natural instinct.
Jennifer T.
A quick breakfast can be made with porridge in which you add fruits like banana and peach(works also with chocolate flakes, peanut butter, honey). Find the mixes that work for you. A more elaborate meal i do all the time is omelette. Add veggies and meat in it and make a salad with whatever vegetables you have at hand to go with it.
Christian C.
I usually eat 3 slices of bacon, two eggs, a toasted English muffin with butter and a small drizzle of honey, Greek yogurt, some fruit, coffee, orange juice, and water. I like a full breakfast, when I have time, to start my day.
Jacob P.
A good breakfast for me, it is banana smoothie. Gives you maximum energy and maximum enjoy and taste. Smoothie includes; banana, walnuts, dates, oatmeal, chia seeds and yogurt.