What Do You Eat For Breakfast? Facebook Live Video

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Monday, January 9, 2017


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Talk about healthy living

2017 is a new year

I am absolutely going to achieve 3 things:

  • A healthier life – including losing weight (sound familiar this time of year?) Incredibly important. And never too late to start!
  • Master my time – to get the most out of what I am given
  • Meet my business goals – right up on the wall here to remind me

20 questions for the topics for these broadcasts. Check out the link to the personalized health assessment if you want to see all of the questions – and get your own results. See how you measure up going into 2017!

Today’s question is:

What do you typically eat for breakfast?

  • I rarely eat breakfast
  • I tend to eat things like toast, bagels, muffins, cereal, and oatmeal
  • I like a classic American breakfast (bacon, eggs, hash browns, etc.)
  • I opt for lighter options like yogurt and fruit
  • I get a mix of protein, fruit, and/or veggies from shakes and smoothies, or look for other sources of lean protein like eggs or egg-whites

Now is a good time to start making a healthy breakfast a part of your daily routine.

Improving your diet isn’t just about what you don’t eat but also what you do eat. Breakfast is a very important meal of the day, and missing it can lead to obesity and other chronic conditions.

With so many choices it can be hard to know what’s the best when it comes to breakfast. Research confirms that the healthiest breakfast is composed of a good source of protein along with a good source of micronutrients to power your day.

A protein-rich breakfast helps keep blood sugar steady through the morning, which may improve cognitive performance, support weight management, boost your energy until lunchtime, help children with their attentiveness in school, and lead to better health.

Examples of a healthy breakfast include non-fat yogurt topped with organic berries or a shake made with protein powder mixed with fruits/vegetables.


I hope this made some sense for you


Check out the health assessment to see how you are doing!

See you next time.

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