This September is breakfast month
For many people, breakfast is a low priority. If you think you are saving time or cutting calories by skipping breakfast, think again.
By making a healthy breakfast a part of your morning routine, you can be on track for making healthier food choices throughout the day, increase your physical activity and help curb the desire to overindulge on convenience foods and overeat at lunch. Consider these tips on making breakfast a priority at your house.
Start with “powerful protein.” Research shows that including protein at your morning meal may help keep you energized and going strong for the day and stay focused until lunch time. Choose lean protein foods such as a slice or two of Canadian bacon, an egg, a slice of deli meat or low fat cheese, a container of low fat yogurt or peanut butter on toast. Think outside the breakfast box. Try microwaving a quesadilla on a whole wheat tortilla with black beans or enjoy a scrambled egg with chopped vegetables and shredded low fat cheese.
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