1. Greek Yogurt, Granola, and Berries
Greek yogurt is low in sugar, fat, and calories and is high in protein. Adding granola and berries keeps it healthy and fulfilling. This breakfast will keep you satisfied until lunch and is really good for you! You’ll feel more alert and healthy with this in your system.
2. Egg whites, avocado slices, and tomatoes on multigrain toast
Using egg whites eliminates a lot of the cholesterol in eggs, but you still get some good protein. Avocado has a lot of nutrients in it and it’s delicious! Avocados go great with eggs and tomatoes and the multigrain toast is a healthy alternative to white bread.
3. Whole Wheat French Toast topped with Fresh Fruit
Use whole wheat bread brushed with egg wash (just whisk an egg together with cinnamon and a splash of vanilla) to make this French toast on a stove. Top with cinnamon and your fruit of choice and light syrup and you’re good to go! Using cinnamon for taste instead of sugar cuts the calories and cinnamon is pretty healthy.
4. Fruit, Yogurt, and Coconut Water Smoothies
Put fresh or frozen fruit in a blender with low fat or nonfat yogurt, ice, and coconut water and blend together. This is a delicious and healthy option and it can be very filling. The best part is that you have an endless amount of flavor options, so get creative!
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