Fresh or frozen blueberries, strawberries, and other members of the berry clan are antioxidant-rich superfruits. Nutrition studies have shown that berries can improve memory, blood pressure, and metabolic function, among the health benefits. So what are you waiting for? Throw in a handful with your cereal or smoothie today!
Oatmeal is a quick and healthy breakfast choice. Loaded with vitamins and minerals, it’s packed with energy to keep you going strong all day long. It’s also recommended for heart health and the prevention of diabetes and colon cancer. Avoid flavored oatmeal, which often contain lots of added sugar. Use honey or maple syrup instead to add a dash of sweetness. And why not try overnight oats - another great way to enjoy all the goodness of oats.
Creamy, calcium-rich Greek yogurt is an excellent source of protein that will keep the hunger pangs in check all morning long. Buy it plain and serve it with frozen fruit thawed for a few seconds in the microwave for a delicious hint of sweetness and even more nutrients!
Eggs have made a big comeback in recent years. Once considered a dietary no-go because of the cholesterol they contain, they’re back on the menu as a healthy source of protein and nutrients, including vitamin D. Hard boiled, over easy, sunny side up—however you like ‘em, feel free to indulge several times a week.
Almond butter is rich in good fats known as monounsaturates and packed with protein to boot. Spread some on a thick piece of multigrain bread and top it with sliced banana for a high-energy start to your day! Almond butter also contains slightly less saturated fat than peanut butter, another point in its favor.
Whether you opt for a tastily toasted slice of bread with bananas and almond butter or a Greek yogurt smoothie with sweet wild frozen blueberries, have fun mixing and matching our top 5 breakfast foods and start your day off with a bang!
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Fresh or frozen blueberries, strawberries, and other members of the berry clan are antioxidant-rich superfruits. Nutrition studies have shown that berries can improve memory, blood pressure, and metabolic function.