What constitutes a healthy breakfast?

Emily U.
The official answer is probably something like 1/2 protein, 1/4 whole grain carbohydrates, and 1/4 fruit. Personally, I'm already waking up at 5am so I can get a run in, so I don't have time to do something like that and I can't eat right before a run. I go for a protein shake around 6:30 then some veggies and cottage cheese at 10.
Juliauna X.
Anything that you feel holds enough nutritional value to help your body get started for your day, and that you feel comfortable eating.
Eating can be hard, so breakfast for me sometimes looks like an orange and some black or green tea, or a piece of toast with peanut butter (good for protein) and honey, and a glass of water.
Wanda Z.
The breakfast is a particularly important moment of the day for me. A healthy breakfast to me is one not necessarily rich in nutrients but rather rich in care and love you placed while making it to start a wonderful day
Nicky F.
I would recommend starting with something simple and light if you are not used to eating in the morning like for example, an apple, banna any fruit can be a great way to start your day with a glass of water
Willow F.
Whole, unprocessed foods. You can make waffles with whole wheat bread and substitute syrup for honey, or even just get 100% pure maple syrup
Ida J.
I think something that’s going to give you the energy to start the day as well as take care of your body by giving it the nutrients it needs to wake up and go!
Elias P.
A healthy breakfast is one that gives nutrients to your body which will jump start your day and set the time for what you eat the remaining part of the day.
Liz J.
A healthy breakfast is low in sugars and carbs and has plenty of protein. Eggs are a good breakfast, and adding a banana or an apple or another fruit is good too! It's Important to eat a good breakfast in the morning so that you plenty of energy throught the day. Plus, eating well makes you feel good too!
Ay Enur O.
A healthy breakfast contains slow sugar carbohydrates and protein content to energize you in the morning and keep you stomach fulfilled for a long time. Examples might be: hardboiled eggs, oatmeal with fruits and grains etc. However, it is not fast sugar foods that energize you for a short while and makes you feel even more tired, such as pancakes and muffins.