1.Julie Upton begins her day with a few fried eggs (normally one entire egg and two whites, she says), a bit of natural product spread with nut butter and some tea. “It’s quick and easy and I try to get around 20-25g of protein at breakfast to keep my hunger and cravings in check,” the dietitian says. “To balance the protein from eggs, I get some carbs from the banana with fat from the nut butter.”
2.Rebecca Scritchfield appreciates a Kind Breakfast Bar in the a.m. She washes it down with a latte.
3. A mix of blended greens, solidified mango, solidified berries, a banana and water is Christa Mantey’s breakfast formula for achievement.”It’s an awesome way to front load my day with the healthiest fuel there is — raw, dark leafy greens and fruit,” says the dietician. “It energizes me and sets my day up to continue eating healthy.”
4.Vandana Sheth fills up with a cut of entire grain, high fiber toast with nutty spread, cut banana and hemp hearts or chia seeds.
The dietitian says this feast is compact, nutritious and delightful. The heart-solid fats, protein and fiber make it an extremely balanced welcome into the morning.