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August 2, 2016

FOUR HEALTHY BREAKFAST IDEAS

*Nutrition Experts Provide Healthy Options*

#1- FOR OFFICE-BOUND ADULTS, go for “whole grains, nuts, and fruit with a bit of yogurt,” suggests Dr. Walter Willett, chair of nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health. “This combination will improve blood cholesterol levels and reduce risks of heart disease and diabetes, and probably some forms of cancer.”

#2- IF YOU’RE TRYING TO LOSE WEIGHT, you’ll want to include healthy fats with your morning meal, says Dr. David Ludwig, a professor of nutrition at Harvard. By quelling hunger and switching off those metabolic processes that fuel fat storage, foods like avocados, nuts and nut butters, olive oil, full-fat dairy, and fatty fish like salmon are your allies in the fight against obesity, he says. Combine them with some fruit and some protein for a healthy, filling start to your day.

#3- IF YOU’RE THE TYPE WHO SQUEEZES IN A LONG RUN OR INTENSE LIFT BEFORE WORK EACH DAY, you’re going to want to add extra protein to support muscle recovery and synthesis, says Stuart Phillips, Ph.D., a professor of exercise and nutrition science at Canada’s McMaster University. Phillips mentions eggs and Greek yogurt as healthy protein sources. (Yes, eggs are off your doctor’s naughty list.)

#4- IF YOU’RE VEGETARIAN, DRINK YOUR GREENS. “A breakfast smoothie made with leafy greens is the ideal way to fit in some of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet,” says Julieanna Hever, a registered dietitian and author of The Vegiterranean Diet. Along with hefty amounts of kale, spinach, and other greens, add some berries, seeds, and milk (hemp, almond, cow’s) to your blender for a complete and portable morning meal.

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