Eat breakfast everyday
For that “most important meal of the day,” we usually categorize ourselves as “breakfast people” or “non-breakfast people.”
Where do you fit in? Chances are, if you have kids, you usually try to trick them into eating in the morning, even if you skip it yourself. Here’s the thing: there are benefits for us all to eat breakfast everyday. We’ve all heard the spiel, but eating a nutritionally sound breakfast every day can lead to improved focus, increased energy and better weight control, according to WebMD.
For those of us who eat breakfast on the regular, we’ve found that it’s important to find what we each like so that it’s easy to stick to a breakfast routine. Here’s a round up of things we like for breakfast. Hopefully, we’ll give you a few ideas and tips of our own.
Make it ahead.
Getting out the door easily and quickly is the hardest part, right? Some of us find it better to prep ahead.
Egg muffins: The cool thing is, you can make these in a week in advance and you can freeze and defrost them if needed.
Overnight oatmeal: Prep the night before with your favorite toppings, add some almond milk, and heat in the AM.
Keep it simple, silly.
How can we make breakfast as fast and delicious as possible while we run out the door? This is how.
Hard-boiled eggs: Boil a dozen and voila—breakfast all week. Bonus points: Peel, add salt and pepper, dip in Sriracha, and your office mates will think you’re brilliant.
Yogurt, fruit and honey: Grab a Greek yogurt (or a new office fave, Icelandic), pile on some berries and honey for a delicious, nearly effortless br eakfast.
Peanut butter on whole grain: Find some bread (the heartier the better), toast it, and you have an easy, protein-filled breakfast on the go.
What’s your go-to breakfast for the workweek? Share a pic or tweet us at @closerlookinc and be sure to tag #evenbetter2018.
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