Usually whatever I can grab fast that has protein & fiber. So I tend to stock my kitchen with fruit & I hard boil eggs by the 1/2 dozen.
I usually have plain low fat geek yogurt, berries, local raw honey, with a dash of almonds and rolled oats for protein and texture. Or eggs! Oh and coffee with cream.
It depends on what I feel like having but I try to meal prep my breakfasts on a Sunday so I have good easy options for the week. Recently I’ve been having egg muffins with a piece of fruit
It will consist of black coffee (sometime I mix it with milk tea), bread/cake with a fruit (orange, passion fruit, avocado, etc) and anything I can find in my fridge. My breakfast is not heavy so that it won't affect my performance in the morning. Hope my answer help
Before using this app it was a bagel with cream cheese, now I am trying to eat oatmeal or an apple with some peanut butter and a protein shake
Fruit + nut butter ; trail mix w dried fruit + nuts ; high fiber cereal + plant milk ; overnight oats + fruit ; smoothie w fruit, veg, flax, plant milk, yogurt
A boiled egg, a banana, kefir and coffee and sometimes I may have a pancake but it's made with special flour and no sugar instead of the egg
I'm not interested in something too large typically, so I tend to drink a glass a milk kefir. Maybe a couple of eggs if I'm hungrier.
Oatmeal with fruit, or an apple with peanut butter, yogurt with fruit, or on the weekend an egg and avocado toast. Yummm!
I’m usually never hungry first thing in the morning so I’ll usually eat something small – some oatmeal, apples and peanut butter, or a smoothie
Jen Ve Q.
I started making protein smoothies with fresh berries as my breakfast. I feel so much healthier and energized, it’s great! I use Arbonne’s Vanilla protein powder and some fresh baby spinach as well.
My breakfast kind of changes, depending on how much time I have and what sounds good. What I have been having lately is a bowl of plain Greek yogurt with honey, oats, nuts, seeds and dried fruit. This is really easy to change up (just try different combos of nuts, seeds and fruit!), so it doesn’t get old! When I want something warm and savory, I like to make avocado toast.
Scrambled eggs and avocado on multigrain toast. Sometimes I mix some chilli into the eggs to give it a kick and give my metabolism a boost. If I don’t feel like eggs I’ll have vegemite on multigrain with an apple or banana
Oats with a non dairy milk and usually some fruit. Sometimes I add chia seeds and occasionally I also add peanut butter. Once or twice a week I use coconut yoghurt instyof hazelnut milk
Ernst Otto X.
normally it's cereal with milk, like the cereal is either always 2 weetbix and then also plain full cream milk. I don't add any extra sugar. but if there's no more weetbix in the house then I eat nutri grain with plain milk, still no sugar though.
Depending on the day I'll either have oatmeal with fruit (like a banana with some berries), avocado on toast or yoghurt with nuts and seeds. It might not be the best option for you though depending on what you're working towards and your food preferences of course. I don't know much about nutrition but I'm sure the above can't be too damaging. 🙂 hope this helps
My breakfast consists of grains, dairy or fruit. Such as waffles, bread, yogurt, milk, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and pineapple.
Mostly eggs, and some kind of fruit, usually a banana. On the days that I'm fasting it's almost constantly tuna. And a fruit.
Spinach is definitely always (or almost always) in my breakfast. Also a protein like eggs, or chicken. And finally a carb usually an English muffin or some form of bread.
I usually eat avocado on bread with an egg or side salad. I drink coffee with it which I now replaced with hot ginger water.
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