Time To Make Breakfast

Some helpful tips about making breakfast.

A breakfast For Busy People

There’s no law that says you have to eat breakfast foods for breakfast. You legitimately might not feel hungry in the morning, particularly if you aren’t accustomed to eating breakfast. Study after study shows that people who skip breakfast end up eating more the rest of the day than people who eat a solid breakfast every morning.

How do you get the magical mix of the right nutrients that will give you energy and send you healthfully into your day?

It’s not that hard, really. Spend a little bit of time thinking about what you like and then plan some healthy breakfasts. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Some Basic Breakfast Tips

* Many people start their day off with cereal.  Hot or cold, most cereals are good foods, as long as it’s not the only thing you eat. Cereal is easy to dress up with fruit, blueberries and strawberries can add some sweetness.  Try using skim milk to cut your fat intake or use soy milk for a fat free product.

Statistics show that as many at 50% of us don’t eat breakfast.

You are probably tired of hearing that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For most of us, it’s been about 12 hours since our last meal and our bodies need a good refueling.  Surveys of eating habits show that less than 50% of us will eat a full breakfast.

 

Breakfast might be the easiest meal to fill up without using a lot of calories or fat. You can fry up an egg, add a slice of Canadian bacon and put the two into a toasted English muffin for a 200-calorie, filling breakfast.  Plus, if you enjoy baking, breakfast is a great time to consider muffins, scones or a baked egg dish.  While many people insist on starting off their day with a cup of coffee, you can have any beverage that pleases you.  Like smoothies?  Start your day off with a favorite.

Some Breakfast Options

* If you don’t like breakfast, consider making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on wheat bread. That’s a fine breakfast, though you will want to add a glass of milk or some fruit to round it out.

* If you eat your breakfast on the go, a healthy smoothie is a good choice. Be careful when you purchase a smoothie at a shop, however, as some can have as many as 600 calories. You can purchase a good blender or smoothie maker to have at home and whip up your own smoothie in less time than it takes to stop at a smoothie store, and you ‘ll know exactly what’s in it.

* For an even faster breakfast, try making some breakfast burritos and keeping them in the freezer. You can use whole-wheat or regular tortillas, scrambled eggs (either whole, all whites, a mix, or an egg product), some veggies like onions and peppers, and soy sausage.

There’s no law that says you have to eat breakfast foods for breakfast. You legitimately might not feel hungry in the morning, particularly if you aren’t accustomed to eating breakfast. Study after study shows that people who skip breakfast end up eating more the rest of the day than people who eat a solid breakfast every morning.

* For an even faster breakfast, try making some breakfast burritos and keeping them in the freezer.

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