The Most Important Meal!

You may hear this phrase often, however, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Breakfast gives your body a metabolism jumpstart to wake you up with energy and keep you from overeating later into the day.  To maximize your energy and health for each day, try to reach for nutritious choices.  Listed below are some great options for you to better your breakfast:

-Oatmeal: oatmeal is a fabulous breakfast food.  Not only is oatmeal high in fiber, but it is filling, quick to make and adjustable! Try adding slivered almonds or ground flaxseed to your oatmeal for some added protein.  You could even used dried fruit or cinnamon to customize the flavor.  Oatmeal is a great option for breakfast versatility that is beneficial to your health and convenient to jumpstart the day.

-Cereal: not so fast with the sugary kinds…try Kashi Golean Crunch, or any whole-grain, high-fiber cereal for that matter.  Kashi cereals are high in protein and fiber yet low in sugar to keep you full and satisfied.

-Parfaits: using low-fat yogurts, berries and healthy cereals/granolas provides you with incredible amounts of calcium, vitamins and fiber.  Plus, parfaits are sweet and contain a variety of taste textures to enjoy.

-Other choices:  some smaller healthy breakfast choices that you could mix and match include-egg whites, cottage cheese, whole wheat toast, peanut butter, grapefruits, almond butter and protein shakes.  No matter which of these choices you decide to eat, make sure you never skip a day of breakfast! After all, it is the most important meal of the day!

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