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Easy, Healthy Breakfast Recipes

Healthy recipes for breakfast, including egg recipes, brunch recipes, and simple meal ideas and on-the-go options for busy mornings.

Yep, you can eat waffles and bagels and still lose weight!

Tired of the same old pre-race breakfast? Take inspiration from marathons runners from countries across the world like Germany, Spain, and England to find new ways to fuel up.  

Your health and fitness goals for the coming year and a delicious brunch are two things that don't seem like they'd work well together, but hear us out.

Christmas morning isn't just any morning, so we found 10 Christmas breakfast ideas that are more than just your average toast and jam.

Feelin' hungry by 11 every morning? Add more protein to your breakfast to stay satisfied longer.

Just because McDonald's is now serving all-day breakfast doesn't mean you should trade your healthy breakfast for a calorie-laden biscuit. Get ready to start lovin' these breakfast sandwiches.

All the deliciousness of a muffin with more protein, fewer carbs, and zero added sugar? Yes, please.

It's no secret that eating a high-protein breakfast helps you stave off cravings later in the day. But how much should you have?

Give your oven the day off and cook your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert in your waffle iron.

Start your morning off clean, and sticking to your diet the rest of the day will be a breeze. These clean eating smoothie recipes use whole, natural foods and unrefined ingredients.

If you're only eating vegetables in your afternoon salad or as a side dish during dinner, you're overlooking their potential in your morning meal.

Waffles rarely leave you feeling energized and ready to start the healthiest day ever. (Thanks, carb coma.) That's about to change.

It's time to break up with your beloved breakfast cereal.

These six low-carb smoothies, all with fewer grams of carbohydrates than grams of protein and fat combined, will help you start your day in a satisfying (yet slimming) way.

Cereal, oatmeal, pancakes, waffles, toast, bagels—most American breakfast staples are grain-based.

A new study shows that chowing down on a high-calorie breakfast proves to have massive health benefits, especially if you're diabetic.

Next time you have a pint of Chunky Monkey on your mind, whip up a smoothie bowl instead.