Breakfast doesn’t just set the tone for your day, it sets the tone for your health.
Since breakfast is the first meal you put into your body at the start of each day, it’s important to eat nutrition-rich, easy-to-digest foods.
Here are 16 dos and don’ts of what you should eat every morning to consistently meet your health goals.
16 Worst And Best Breakfast Foods
A great day starts with a great breakfast.
1. Worst: Conventional Fruit Juices
These juices boost your blood sugar levels, leaving you energized only for a short period of time. Shortly after, your blood sugar crashes and you begin to crave another sugar-filled snack.
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Instead of fruit juice, snack on some fresh fruit to get all the vitamins, minerals, and fiber that will keep you satisfied, without the excess sugar. Better yet, make your own fruit and veggie juice!
2. Best: Oatmeal
Oatmeal is rich in carbohydrates and protein, which means it provides both short-and long-term energy. Its high fiber content keeps you full while also lowering your cholesterol and improving digestion.