Eat This for Breakfast
What to Eat
A healthy breakfast should contain at least 5 grams of fiber, one serving of
calcium (equal to a cup of milk or yogurt), and some protein and fat. Also,
limit added sugars to about 6 grams (1 teaspoon equals 4 grams). The following
meal suggestions fit the bill.
If you're on the run:
Order a latte with skim milk and grab a Gnu Foods Flavor & Fiber Bar
(available at gnufoods.com).
If you have a few minutes:
Pour a bowl of cereal such as Kashi GoLean, Post Original Shredded Wheat 'n
Bran, or Barbara's Bakery Original Puffins with skim milk. Toss in some thawed
If you're at your desk:
Bring a Polly-O cheese stick and eat with a serving of whole-grain crackers
and a glass of tomato juice.
If you like to prepare the night before:
Put your favorite fruits and low-fat yogurt in a blender and stash in the
fridge. In the morning, simply blend and pour into a to-go cup.
Not Hungry in the Morning?
Stop eating after 8 o'clock at night—within two to three weeks your body's
appetite clock will reset and you'll wake up hungry, suggests Zuckerbrot.
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