What shouldn’t I be eating for breakfast?

Ian B.
Keep it simple, no need to overthink it. I like a fruit smoothie with some small protein on the side like chicken sausage.

Ugo Q.
Try to eat a whole some breakfast so not pancakes french toast muffins my favorite breakfast are avocado toast and eggs but it's okay to treat yourself sometimes of course so try not to have something that has a lot of calories in the morning best of luck!

Arthur G.
What one shouldn't eat is something which contains more amount or fat in it. A healthy breakfast which includes carbo and other nutrients are considered to be consumed .

Franklin J.
Probably shouldn’t eat something that has too much added sugar or fats so your body doesn’t feel bad later and you don’t get a sugar crash. I would stick with oatmeal, yogurt with a piece of fruit, wheat toast with an egg fried in olive oil and maybe cheese and juice, or a smoothie with your preferred milk or unsweetened juice, greens, and fruits

Isidor R.
You can eat some baked oatmeal with milk, topped with bananas and peanut butter, or some eggs with avocado, mushrooms or tomatoes!

Michelle N.
You shouldn't be eating a heavy meal that makes you sluggish for the rest of the day. If intermittent fasting is not an option, a banana is going to be healthier than cereal or bacon.

Isabella P.
For breakfast you should avoid having high amounts of sugar and have a breakfast that has the core nutrients in it such as eggs, tomato with avocado toast. But if you are craving something sweet you can try and find healthier alternatives such as protein pancakes, protein oats. Remember everything is good in moderation so listen to your body and it will tell you what you need whether savoury or sweet.

Nanna C.
Personally I don't think you should be eating any junk food like pizza for breakfast instead have some thing like eggs or toast

Riah R.
don’t eat something that makes you tired or steals you energy. eat something that fuels you and keeps you energized throughout the day.

Carmela N.
Refined sugars and carbs. Those are temporary boosts of energy but will cause you to crash later on in the morning and therefore reduce your productivity and the way you feel. So it's important to have a piece of fruit and protein like peanut butter on hand to help you be successful with your breakfast goals!

蔡常福 N.
Ideally anything that would take too long to prepare, is high in sugars or fats. But for that matter, it’s never really a good thing to ever eat foods with high sugar or fat content. It’s extra bad when you have it for breakfast though since it’s the most important meal of the day, arguably.

Amlan C.
Hi, here is a list of things I avoid for breakfast:
Breakfast Cereals. Many people think breakfast cereals are a nutritious choice for children and adults. But it might contain hidden fats which is also not mentioned in the nutritional value given at the back.
Pancakes and Waffles.
Toast With Margarine.
Muffins.
Fruit Juice.
Toaster Pastries.
Scones With Jam and Cream.
Sweetened Non-Fat Yogurt.

Hope it helps

Amanda T.
anything that does not fuel you for the day. Any things like sweets and ice cream would not be the best way to start off the morning

Taexbae N.
Any sweets, processed foods, a ton of meats (red meat especially), sugary and any fatty foods. You want food that gives you energy but doesn’t leave you feeling terrible after you eat it a few hours later down the line.

Mariam Z.
Do not eat very fatty meals so as not to make you feel sleepy, such as chicken meat, any meal that is very large and fatty, eat healthy things such as oatmeal and honey

Za Ro P.
A recommendation would be to avoid anything that would drain you or sit too heavily in you stomach in the mornings. This would generally include things that include sugar as a sweetener -try to get a non-sugar, low sugar or sugar-substituted variety of it-, things fatty in excess* -especially avoid trans fat-, simple grains -such as white bread, white rice, pastries and desserts- and to rather opt for sources of protein, natural and nutritious fats, complex carbohydrates -think whole wheat and whole grains, such as oats, whole wheat toasts, cereals with a good amount of fiber, avoiding sugar, etc.-.

Anything that generally makes you feel more sluggish should also be avoided for your own benefit.

All these things are to minimize as many energy and sugar crashes as possible to have you as energized and taken care of as you can possibly be until your next energy refueling while staying mentally productive.

*Remember that the right amount of fat and from nutritient heavy sources can make for a fuller, more satisfying breakfast.

Malou B.
I try to start my day with vitamins and healthy fats. So for me fresh fruit and nuts (for example in yoghurt or porridge) are my go to breakfast. If I feel more like something warm and hearty I eat eggs, avocado and tomatoes.

Saloni N.
Anything that is healthy and homemade. Try eating some fruits as they are natural sugar and rich in minerals and vitamins. Eat some nuts as they provide healthy fats. If you could cook, then here are a few options:
1. Egg omlet
2. Dosa/chilla/crepe of Chikpea flour (besan/gram flour)
3. Whole-wheat pancakes using jaggery or make them without sugar and eat with fruits and honey.
4. Oatmeal
5. Fruit Milkshakes(avoid sugar)
6. Curd based oats parfait
Most important- avoid sugar, refined oils and processed foods.

Kyla F.
Junk food etc! try to eat things like fruits and veggies, sources of protein to start of your day (this can be things like yogourt or gronola) and a glass of water!