What is healthy breakfast

Samanta P.
Oats with fruit, dark choc, walnuts and chia seeds. Or peanut butter and banana on toast. Both slow release energy and stop you snacking mid morning.

Madaleno Q.
Low sugar. Not a bear claw or frosted flakes and OJ. High protien – eggs, sausage, milk. Easy on the carbs – a slice of whole grain bread, better if it's without butter and jam. Fruit is a good option.

Stacy U.
A healthy breakfast means getting all the vitamins and nutrients your body needs. Eggs, avocados and berries are great for your brain and increase your energy levels. Try drinking a green smoothie with spinach kale and your favorite fruits for a fresh morning start!

Jimmie C.
A healthy breakfast contains foods that are as close as posible to their natural form. Think organic, grains, greens, seeds.

Jozef F.
For me, it's one high in protein, low in sugar. Eggs, sausage, bacon, yogurt, nuts, etc. Oatmeal is ok but I try to add fruit & nuts so I'm getting better nutrients

Claudia F.
Well for me, a healthy breakfast includes omelette, toast, peanut butter sandwich, hunter beef, boiled eggs, corn flakes and a milk shake.

Gustav C.
Oatmeal with a variety of topping or mix-ins is your best bet. Nuts, dried fruits, peanut butter, honey, even frozen fruit like blueberries or mango is amazing in the mix. Keep it interesting and do it for your heart!

John O.
Anything with protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates can be considered a good breakfast. Egg (whites) for instance are high in protein concentration making them a great option. Fruits such as bananas, apples, and oranges are themselves a great source of carbohydrates to power you through your day. Things like peanut butter are well known for their healthy fats and protein making them a great selection for a healthy breakfast.

Mia U.
Something that is going to fill you up and stop you snacking by releasing energy slowly. Needs to contain some phytonutrients!

Marialba F.
A healthy breakfast includes foods that will give you long-lasting energy. Protein (such as eggs, lean meat, or nuts), complex carbo hydrates (such as oatmeal, whole grain bread, or rice), and good fats (like those found in nuts, peanut butter, or avocado) can all be included. Avoid added sugar or relying on high-GI fruits to avoid a sugar crash mid-morning.

Jens X.
Little or no sugar ( watch out for the hidden!) a good balance of carbohydrates and protein- I alternate between muesli with nuts and seeds and buckwheat pancakes with a bit of nut margerine. ( no dairy or wheat- it pays to listen to your body- if it reacts badly it’s a no go!

Melvin W.
A healthy breakfast is a meal that properly energizes and satiates you until your next meal. I suggest finding healthy recipes online to find things you’ll actually enjoy. Don’t eat healthy to punish yourself; do it because you deserve to feel your best!

Kate F.
A breakfast that gives you enough energy and motivation to get to midday. For some this might be an apple or a banana others might prefer pancakes or toast.

Emilie E.
I think a combination of protein healthy fat and carbs is best for me personally. I like eggs on toast with a smoothie or apple.

Dan J.
Eating in general in the morning is really important. Whole grains, fruits, even veggies! I try to eat even when I'm not hungry. I'll eat oatmeal and a banana. If I'm pressed for time, I will make whole wheat toast with peanut butter.

Valmira B.
Fruits and/or veggies with a good protein that'll help get you through your morning. Avoid sugary carbs – think pancakes and waffles – as they will make you crash and want to eat more just a few hours later.

Tony Y.
Eggs & veggies
Eggs & avo toast
Protein shake with spinach
Overnight oats with yogurt
Peanut butter and banana
Peanut butter toast
Protein bar & fruit

Rosa X.
I have Yoghurt and fruit most mornings. But scrambled egg with tomatoes and mushrooms on toast or a low sugar cereal are also good choices

Remo C.
I'd say it's one that has a balance of complete proteins, complex carbs, and antioxidants. The exact balance is individual, so one should be cautious of being too specific for someone else. I will say, it's not as hard as it sounds.

Marilde I.
I eat 2 boiled eggs, an apple with peanut butter, a glass of orange juice, hot oats or breakfast quinoa would also be good for you