Avoid morning health pitfalls like running out the door with a bagel or muffin. Instead, make an omelette with some low fat cheese (soy if preferred), or 2 hard boiled eggs with 1 slice of whole grain toast and a fruit.
If you like breakfast cereals, opt for those with no less than 5-6 grams of fiber. If you are going gluten free, there are many choices on the market now as well as quinoa cereal (cooked) and you can add some berries, a little honey and some ground flax (2 tablespoons). Adding a little protein like a cheese stick, a slice or two of turkey/chicken breast, or 1 tablespoon of organic peanut or almond butter for a healthy fat eaten right off the spoon.
Avocado is healthy fat alternative with eggs, even though high in calorie, you can half it and you will get a non-artery clogging fat with good omega 3 and Vitamin E.
Eat a protein bar with at least 15 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, avoiding unnatural sugars in the ingredient list. If you don’t like protein bars, protein shakes with 20 grams of protein and no artificial sugars, and non-GMO soy is a good choice.
Gluten free frozen waffles and pancakes smeared with 1-2 tablespoons of almond or peanut butter.
30 Days Of Health Tips From Linda Wolschlager, Certified Nutrition Counselor/Wellness Coach
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