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Why is Greek yogurt with berries a healthy breakfast?

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Greek yogurt has calcium, B vitamins, belly-friendly bacteria, and double the protein of regular yogurt for roughly the same calories. Berries add natural sweetness, fiber, and vitamins. Stick to plain Greek yogurt, since flavored ones have added sugars.

From: What Are the Healthiest Breakfasts? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Harvard Health Publishing: "What's a healthy breakfast?" "Foods that fight inflammation," "The five best breakfast foods for you."

Mayo Clinic: "Health Breakfast: Quick, flexible options," "Dietary fiber: Essential for a healthy diet." 

Cleveland Clinic: "The five worst breakfast foods for you."

SCL Health: "Breakfast – the good, the bad and the just plain false."

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: "Oatmeal a good choice for breakfast, but hold the sugar."

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: "A nutritionally hot recipe for oatmeal."

KidsHealth.org: "Breakfast."

U.S. Department of Agriculture: "Egg, whole, cooked, scrambled."

Dairy Council of California: "5 reasons to eat a protein-packed breakfast."

Northern Illinois University: "Sustainable food guide: Bell peppers."

Tufts University: "Avocados could improve your cholesterol – and more."

University of California Irvine: "Feta spinach breakfast tacos."

Iowa State University: "Crisp fruit salad."

Michigan State University Extension: "Wheat Germ."

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center: "Avoid making mistakes that can change your smoothie."

HelpGuide.org: "Health fast food."

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on September 15, 2019

SOURCES:

Harvard Health Publishing: "What's a healthy breakfast?" "Foods that fight inflammation," "The five best breakfast foods for you."

Mayo Clinic: "Health Breakfast: Quick, flexible options," "Dietary fiber: Essential for a healthy diet." 

Cleveland Clinic: "The five worst breakfast foods for you."

SCL Health: "Breakfast – the good, the bad and the just plain false."

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: "Oatmeal a good choice for breakfast, but hold the sugar."

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: "A nutritionally hot recipe for oatmeal."

KidsHealth.org: "Breakfast."

U.S. Department of Agriculture: "Egg, whole, cooked, scrambled."

Dairy Council of California: "5 reasons to eat a protein-packed breakfast."

Northern Illinois University: "Sustainable food guide: Bell peppers."

Tufts University: "Avocados could improve your cholesterol – and more."

University of California Irvine: "Feta spinach breakfast tacos."

Iowa State University: "Crisp fruit salad."

Michigan State University Extension: "Wheat Germ."

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center: "Avoid making mistakes that can change your smoothie."

HelpGuide.org: "Health fast food."

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on September 15, 2019

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