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It may seem hard getting out of bed some mornings. But if you stick to nutritional breakfasts, not only will it be easier for you to wake up, you’ll also gain the energy you need to face the day — and maybe even lose weight in the process! Wake up the healthy way! Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Here are the best breakfast foods that you should be eating now to get your day going on the right track!
Eating breakfast plays a key role in both our energy and weight levels. Properly feeding yourself throughout the day keeps your hormones and sugar levels stabilized which gives you energy and prevents fatigue. It also prevents you from overeating or “cheating” since it leaves you thoroughly satisfied. A study from Vanderbilt University found that women who ate breakfast were better able to stick to their diets and lose more weight that those who skipped breakfast.
Eating breakfast revamps your body after you wake, and in doing so boosts your metabolism. The National Weight Control Registry found that most successful weight loss starts with eating a nutritious breakfast. Likewise, the Journal of American Dietetic Association showed that breakfast eaters were more likely to have a healthy BMI (Body Mass Index) than those who don’t eat breakfast.
Breakfast Building Blocks
Whole Grains: One of the most essential foods, whole grains for breakfast will be your new best friend. These superfoods provide fiber, carbs (the healthy kind), protein, vitamins, and minerals. They also keep you feeling fuller longer throughout the day. Be wary of cereals since most are over 50% sugar. To curb your sugar cravings, use natural sweetener options like honey and real maple syrup. Grab your grains!
Try steel-cut oats, granola, puffed rice, whole-wheat flour, quinoa, flaxseed, and barley.
Fruit: Keep your sugar levels in check by eating nature’s candy! Since fruits have a sweet taste with powerful antioxidant properties, the possibilities are endless. Eat fruit in natural form, dried, or use for a juice or shake. You can also top off oatmeal, yogurt, or cereal with these juicy treats. Try berries, peaches, apricots, nectarines, watermelon, apples, bananas, and mangos.
Protein: Pack on the protein to power through your day. Try kefir, yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs, tofu, and peanut butter.
Nuts: Nuts are a great source of protein and fiber. And they are packed with nutrition! Almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, and pecans can be a healthy addition to breakfast, or a great mid-morning snack.
Smoothies and Fresh Juices: In a hurry and need to grab something to go? Smoothies and fresh juices are a fast and travel-friendly way to have a nutritious breakfast. You can even juice and hide some vegetables in there too! Add cucumbers, carrots, zucchini, and squash to amp up your vitamin intake.
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It’s always best to stick to nutritional breakfasts that can leave you energized, refreshed, and satisfied. Toss the culprits of refined sugars, salts, food dyes, and “bad” fats. Using these breakfast tips will have you looking and feeling great!
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