Research suggests that when you eat can be as important as what you eat. People who eat their largest meal at breakfast tend to be less overweight than people who eat their largest meal at lunch or dinner. People who eat breakfast tend to be less overweight than those who skip breakfast.
#1 Start With The Basics.
Whole eggs are a terrific way to start your morning. Eggs don’t affect your cholesterol and the egg yolk contains a lot of protein and healthy fats. Of course, frying them in bacon grease or slathering butter on them will offset the mighty egg’s health benefits. Beans and legumesare high in protein, fiber, and resistant starch, making you feel fuller longer. Beans are great sources for zinc, folate, potassium, iron, and magnesium. Cottage cheese was a huge diet food in the 1970s and they were right! Full of protein and calcium, a serving of cottage cheese is a great breakfast food. Oats, brown rice, and quinoa each make for very tasty breakfasts. They cook quickly, and then check out the add-ons section below for ideas on what to top them with for a satisfying and tasty breakfast.