Sometimes I eat breakfast; sometimes I don’t.
It just depends.
One thing to consider, as I’ve said before, is the first thing you put in your body every day is important for getting things off to a good start.
Slam down a couple of yummy donuts or pop tarts or one of those delicious gigantic cinnamon rolls
And you’re setting yourself up for ongoing hunger and cravings the rest of the day.
First things first …
Most of the time, I don’t eat anything until 10 or 11 in the morning, or later, but when I do have some breakfast — like today around 9:15, after my coffee and meditation — one of my regulars is a bowl of one-minute oatmeal with butter, raisins or craisins, some walnuts or sliced almonds, honey, and a splash of milk. I’ll probably have a little protein drink, too, before I head to the gym for a few hours to train a couple clients and then work out myself.
To get through all that, I’ll need a little fuel, right?
Here are some recommended foods to include in a healthy breakfast:
Think about what you’re putting into your body first thing as you start your day.