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Health Tip: Eat a Protein-Rich Breakfast

HealthDay News
by -- Diana Kohnle
Updated: Jan 11th 2017

(HealthDay News) -- The doughnut table and vending machines at work can lead to temptation. To help you resist, start the day with a protein-rich breakfast.

The American Council on Exercise offers these breakfast suggestions:

  • Combining low-fat yogurt and blueberries to whip up a healthy smoothie.
  • Eating whole-grain toast spread with nut butter and a serving of fruit.
  • Serving hot, whole-grain cereal made with skim milk, topped with fruit and 2 tablespoons of chopped nuts.
  • Enjoying a whole-wheat tortilla spread with Neufchatel cheese and cut strawberries.