Best options for a healthy breakfast

If you?re like most people, you don?t have much time to make breakfast in the morning after hitting the snooze button a couple times and racing through a shower.

But breakfast is the most important meal of the deal because it jump starts your metabolism, replenishes a body that has been devoid of food for 7-8 hours (you are getting between 7-8 hours of sleep every night right??), and keeps your brain focused on getting to work and not the hunger pangs.

Below is a guideline from Men?s Fitness.com to eating a healthy breakfast whether you?re eating at home, on the go or have zero time to waste.

IF YOU’RE EATING AT HOME, REACH FOR . . .
? 2 eggs fried in extra-virgin olive oil
? 2 slices whole-grain toast with low-sugar jam
? 1 8-oz. glass 1% milk
? 1 cup fresh berries

IF YOU’RE EATING ON THE GO, GRAB . . .
? 2 hard-boiled eggs
? 2 slices whole-grain toast with low-sugar jam
? a carton of milk
? a 1-oz box of raisins

THE NEXT BEST BET . . .
? 1 cup whole-grain cereal
? 1 cup low-fat milk
? 1 slice whole-grain toast with 2 tbsp peanut butter
? 8 oz orange juice with added calcium and vitamin D

  

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