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by Lindsey Sexton - September 11, 2020
Skipping breakfast is common. Some folks feel like they don’t have time for breakfast
or they simply aren’t hungry during breakfast time. However, when mid-morning hits
so do the hunger pangs. Here are five ways to build breakfast into your morning routine:
With intermittent fasting and other restrictive diets on the rise, some people are
choosing to skip breakfast all together. However, it could cost them in the long run.
Here are 5 mental and physical benefits to eating breakfast.1
These benefits come from not only eating breakfast and waking up your mind and body,
but by eating the right kind of foods for breakfast.
Breakfast foods provide needed vitamins and nutrients in one small meal. Eating a
balanced breakfast can mean the difference in getting all of your needed vitamins
and nutrients for the day. Aim to eat something simple from 2 or 3 food groups each
Whole grains provide long term energy and fiber for your day. Look for cereal with 5 grams of
fiber, then add milk, and top it off with fruit and you have a healthy breakfast.
Protein and dairy foods such as nuts, meat, beans, eggs, cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt or milk help you feel
full longer. A cup of yogurt with fruit, or peanut butter on whole wheat toast, may
be just enough.
Fruits and vegetables add important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber to your diet and bring
color to your meal. Whole-wheat pancakes and a glass of milk may not appeal to you
but put some fresh or thawed strawberries on those pancakes and you have a treat!
Think outside the breakfast box. If you don’t care for cold cereal, eggs and toast, or waffles and coffee, have a
turkey sandwich on whole-grain bread or heat up some leftovers from last night’s sensible
When it comes to breakfast, skip dessert. While the donuts, sugary drinks and sweet cereal bars may be easy to grab, their
quick energy jolt will soon lead to a crash, counteracting the benefits of eating
breakfast in the first place.
Whether you and your loved ones are starting a new school year or continuing with
a busy work schedule, you can benefit each day from breaking your long overnight fast.
1 1/3 cups whole wheat flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 egg, large
3 teaspoons brown sugar (1 Tablespoon, packed)
1 1/3 cups buttermilk, 1%
1 tablespoon oil
Calories 250Fat 6gProtein 10gCarbohydrate 42gFiber 6gSodium 510mg
Article Source: Colorado State University Extension, Nutrition News – Break the fast
with breakfast, http://bit.ly/BetterBreakfastCO