9 Non-Breakfast Meals That Are Actually Really Good For Breakfast
Some people think that waking up to eggs, cereal, or yogurt with fruit is great. They might even enjoy “breakfast for dinner” when time is tight. But what if you’re not a fan of eggs, are allergic to dairy, or just feel like you’ve fallen into a boring rut? It’s time to rethink your morning meal.
While certain foods have become staples of the American breakfast, there’s no reason that you can’t branch out. The key is to start your day by eating something from as many different food groups as possible, even if you don’t choose traditional “breakfast” items, says Leslie Bonci, RDN, owner of Active Eating Advice.
Ideally, that means choosing a combo of protein, carbohydrates, vegetables/fruit, and fat so you’ll feel satisfied until lunchtime. Here are some not-so-typical breakfasts that fit the bill perfectly. (Looking for more simple, smart advice? Order Prevention—and get a FREE gift when you subscribe today.)
Published at Fri, 04 Nov 2016 16:26:19 +0000