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They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Skipping breakfast or starting your day with a sugar-filled meal can not only lead to bad habits, but health issues as well. Make sure to always start your day with a healthy, well rounded breakfast.

Here are a few healthy breakfast foods you can eat to start your day off strong:

Eggs

Eggs are a great source of protein as well as a classic breakfast staple. Eggs are packed with vitamins and are also great for your eyes. You can scramble them, poach them, fry them or hard-boil them. You can add leafy greens like spinach and kale to your eggs for added health benefits.

Fruits & Berries

Incorporating fruits and berries into your breakfast is a wonderful way to get your daily nutritional values needed for a well-rounded diet. You can add fruits and berries into a smoothie, top your yogurt with them, or eat them by themselves.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal is low calorie option that can also provide you with plenty of healthy carbs and fiber. You can always add honey or cinnamon to sweeten up your breakfast if your plain oatmeal needs some added flavor.

Avocado Toast

Avocado provides you with healthy fats and is also a superfood with plenty of nutrients and vitamins, fiber, folic acid and potassium. Make sure to use whole wheat toast for added health benefits. You can also pair this with a fried egg for a more filling meal.

Eating healthy can give you energy, help keep your immune system running properly, keep your body in shape, and give you a better feeling of overall wellbeing. At Physicians Age Management Centers we want to help you live a healthy life. It's what we do, every day, and our specialty. We offer treatments for weight loss, and we can help you start a nutrition or supplementation plan. Call today for a free consultation at 844.440.8444.

 


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