Eating for Energy Part Three
Adding protein, fiber, and fat to your breakfast or that of your children balances out the carbohydrates found in most American breakfasts. Add nuts, seeds, and fruit to your whole-grain breakfast cereal, and stay away from flavored oatmeal. It is packed with sugar. Eat omega-3 rich eggs to boost your protein in the morning. Nut butters on apples or bananas are a quick and nutritious start for your day. Even try non-traditional breakfasts, such as chicken salad, egg salad, or dinner leftovers.