Quick & Healthy Breakfast Ideas. You don't have to go without a healthy breakfast in the morning, so here are some ways you can start your day with quick, nutritious meals that will keep you energized throughout the morning.

February 27, 2019


To make breakfast at home, keep your kitchen stocked with some healthy staples. Pick a few foods that you like from the list below and keep them on hand.



  • Fresh fruit — whole fruit like apples, banana, oranges, clementines, pears, nectarines and peaches are easy to grab and go

  • Frozen fruit — keep a bag or two in your freezer to use in smoothies or to mix with light yogurt

  • Canned fruit — try individual-sized cups of mandarin oranges, peaches or fruit cocktail (canned in juice, not                                                                                   syrup)

  • Dried fruit — raisins, dried cranberries, etc. are great in oatmeal or mixed with nuts

Whole Grains

  • Quick oats — in single-serving packs or a bulk container (quick oats can be ready in less than 2 minutes)

  • 100% whole wheat bread or English muffins

  • Unsweetened whole grain or bran cereal




  • Unsalted nuts — try dry roasted walnuts, pecans, almonds, peanuts or a mix

  • Peanut butter and/or almond butter — nut butters keep you feeling full from the combination of protein and fat

Eggs & Dairy

  • Eggs or egg substitute — they cook quickly and can be ready in a matter of minutes

  • Skim or 1% milk — soymilk or almond milk are also good options, especially for those with a lactose intolerance

  • Light/non-fat yogurt (regular or Greek) — plain is best, flavored varieties will have more carbohydrate

  • Cottage cheese — try 1% or 2% low-fat cottage cheese to cut back on the calories




The one good advice i can give to you about any Diet is that, your Diet will be specific to you, and not just your body type, or the idea of loosing weight.  Consult a Doctor about your concerns when it comes to your Health & Diet, follow up with a Nutritionist, find out which foods may or may not work in addressing the concerns you have, remember to include any health charts you may get from your Doctor, information may include; Blood Pressure, Sugar Level these things will help your Nutritionist provide you with Types of foods you should stay away from, this is always important.  Now you are ready to dive into a wonderful world of Foods, & Recipes Specifically for your Diet.  This is When you consult a Chef.  





By Denaldo Bain














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