What type of quick and easy breakfast meals can I make? Is cereal ok?

Caleb B.
A very healthy breakfast is essential to kick start the day. I would recommend a highly proteinaceous diet and few Glucose rich foods.
Egg is definitely a must as it contains essential amino acids(atleast the egg whites).
Spinach, fruits and lots of nuts would go a long way in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Hope this is helpful.😄

Frank Z.
Cereal is fine as soon as it’s not a low GI cereal and a sugary cereal. Look for high GI quick breakfast options. Smoothies are also good options and they are even faster to consume.

Randy O.
The ideal meal for me is ones that contain the maximum nutrients to start the day with minimum effort required in preparation. Another bonus is that , if it can keep me full till lunch time So, if I am to follow Tim Ferriss's method and get myself to have 30g of proteins, then the ideal meal would contain eggs, some legumes (beans, lentils etc.) and some veggies (preferably spinach)..

Sergio C.
Since I am lactose intolerant protein bars work for me or hard boiled eggs, peanut butter and cheese are my favorite go tos. Dry cereal also works

Jared C.
A very healthy breakfast is essential to kick start the day. I would recommend a highly proteinaceous diet and few Glucose rich foods.
Egg is definitely a must as it contains essential amino acids(atleast the egg whites).
Spinach, fruits and lots of nuts would go a long way in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Hope this is helpful.😄

Sara S.
There is no one single diet that is right for everyone, which means no one except a nutritionist working directly with you can say whether or not cereal is okay. It depends a lot on what type of cereal, your body type, and what sort of nutrition you're looking for.

That said, I will give you some other ideas so that you can learn for yourself what works best for you.

I am personally a big fan of fruit and nuts. It can be graphed on the go or kept in a drawer or eating quickly just about anywhere. You can also add it to any style of yogurt if you want.

Another fun one is 2 put an egg in 2 each muffin cup of the pan and then scramble it and add your choice of toppings and mix-ins. Baked for a few minutes at 350 and they store easily in the fridge in a plastic container or resealable bags. Then you have scrambled eggs quite easily for breakfast each day.

Lidia F.
Try overnight oats! There are lots of recipes online. It’s quick and easy, and you won’t have to worry about what to eat for breakfast the next day.

Mary P.
A very healthy breakfast is essential to kick start the day. I would recommend a highly proteinaceous diet and few Glucose rich foods.
Egg is definitely a must as it contains essential amino acids(atleast the egg whites).
Spinach, fruits and lots of nuts would go a long way in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Hope this is helpful.😄

Bela X.
There is no one single diet that is right for everyone, which means no one except a nutritionist working directly with you can say whether or not cereal is okay. It depends a lot on what type of cereal, your body type, and what sort of nutrition you're looking for.

That said, I will give you some other ideas so that you can learn for yourself what works best for you.

I am personally a big fan of fruit and nuts. It can be graphed on the go or kept in a drawer or eating quickly just about anywhere. You can also add it to any style of yogurt if you want.

Another fun one is 2 put an egg in 2 each muffin cup of the pan and then scramble it and add your choice of toppings and mix-ins. Baked for a few minutes at 350 and they store easily in the fridge in a plastic container or resealable bags. Then you have scrambled eggs quite easily for breakfast each day.

Bradley U.
There is no one single diet that is right for everyone, which means no one except a nutritionist working directly with you can say whether or not cereal is okay. It depends a lot on what type of cereal, your body type, and what sort of nutrition you're looking for.

That said, I will give you some other ideas so that you can learn for yourself what works best for you.

I am personally a big fan of fruit and nuts. It can be graphed on the go or kept in a drawer or eating quickly just about anywhere. You can also add it to any style of yogurt if you want.

Another fun one is 2 put an egg in 2 each muffin cup of the pan and then scramble it and add your choice of toppings and mix-ins. Baked for a few minutes at 350 and they store easily in the fridge in a plastic container or resealable bags. Then you have scrambled eggs quite easily for breakfast each day.

Renato A.
I struggled with this too. I looked up on the internet and found recipes that work for me, cereal included. Do a little research and plan your meals. Buy everything for a week and keep everything on hand so you won't spend much time of thoughts on it. Make it easy for yourself

Oliver W.
No cereal is not OK, because it is a quick carb and sugar breakfast.Aim for protein and high quality fats. Things naturally containing sugar. I like to eat a couple of eggs, some yogurt with granola, and a banana. I might even follow it up with a V8, which are easy to drink to get your daily vegetables.

Sean X.
There is no one single diet that is right for everyone, which means no one except a nutritionist working directly with you can say whether or not cereal is okay. It depends a lot on what type of cereal, your body type, and what sort of nutrition you're looking for.

That said, I will give you some other ideas so that you can learn for yourself what works best for you.

I am personally a big fan of fruit and nuts. It can be graphed on the go or kept in a drawer or eating quickly just about anywhere. You can also add it to any style of yogurt if you want.

Another fun one is 2 put an egg in 2 each muffin cup of the pan and then scramble it and add your choice of toppings and mix-ins. Baked for a few minutes at 350 and they store easily in the fridge in a plastic container or resealable bags. Then you have scrambled eggs quite easily for breakfast each day.

Coline T.
Yes cereals as long as they are sugar free are ok. I suggest you about 180ml of plant based milk(such as oat, almond, coconut or soy milk) and 30-40 gr of cereals with about 5 almonds. It’s a perfect and well balanced breakfast!

Rachel Q.
I used to eat cereal all the time. I stopped because I found it gave me a quick burst of energy, but I would crash and be hungry (for junk food) within 2 hours. The crash wasn't dramatic. But once I started focusing on high protein breakfasts with less sugar, I found its MUCH easier to eat healthy all day long. I usually choose a protein/granola bar and smoothie for breakfast on busy days. Just watch the sugar.

Emilie C.
A very healthy breakfast is essential to kick start the day. I would recommend a highly proteinaceous diet and few Glucose rich foods.
Egg is definitely a must as it contains essential amino acids(atleast the egg whites).
Spinach, fruits and lots of nuts would go a long way in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Hope this is helpful.😄