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Healthy Breakfast Foods to Help Keep You Full Longer

Breakfast is often called “the most important meal of the day.” As such, it’s crucial to eat healthy foods that will make it easier to stay energized throughout the rest of the day. While many individuals consider coffee and a donut or bagel to be a traditional breakfast, eating overly sugary foods or empty carbohydrates first thing in the morning can lead to sluggish feelings for the rest of the day.

To help avoid feeling lethargic after breakfast, these satisfying, healthful foods might make a good first meal for the day:

  • Eggs – Having eggs for breakfast isn’t a groundbreaking concept, but there’s a reason why this food is such a popular morning dish. The omega-3 fatty acids and protein content in eggs can help individuals stay full longer and prevent cravings for unhealthy foods.
  • Avocado toast – This simple, nutritious breakfast is ideal for those who don’t have time to cook in the mornings. Avocados are an excellent source of potassium, heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and antioxidants. For an additional dose of fiber, make sure to use whole wheat toast, which may also help stabilize blood sugar levels.
  • Peanut butter and fruit wrap – Those who prefer having a sweet breakfast can opt for this healthy option. This wrap consists of peanut butter on a whole wheat tortilla and any desired fruit, such as bananas, strawberries, and blueberries. For extra flavor, honey and cinnamon can be added. The protein in peanut butter and high-fiber fruit can help stave off cravings and keep individuals feeling full until lunchtime.

These dishes can be made in the spacious kitchens of our apartments next to The Villages, FL. To learn about the benefits of living at PepperTree Apartment Homes, contact our office today.