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Yes, You Do Have Time for Breakfast

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At the Diner

Quick Breakfast Fix: Denny's Quaker Oatmeal, Scrambled Egg Beaters, and grapes

211 calories, 17g protein, 35g carbohydrate, 3g fat (0g saturated), 4g fiber

Why: Steer clear of belly-busting dishes like the Meat Lover's Scramble -- which has a whopping 1,310 calories and 73 grams of fat! Don't be afraid to make special requests: Order a banana on the side to slice into your oatmeal, or ask the cook to toss veggies like peppers and mushrooms into your eggs.

Quick Breakfast Fix: Two slices French toast and fruit cup at Bob Evans

424 calories, 8g protein, 66g carbohydrate, 5g fat (0g saturated), 6g fiber

Why: This meal is a winner because it contains no saturated fat. Ask the chef to use cooking spray rather than grease to coat the griddle. The fruit satisfies your sweet tooth and helps keep you away from high-sugar syrups.

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pk1479 wrote:

way TOO many carbs for that second breakfast I think

6/28/2012 12:56:42 AM Report Abuse
mesantucci wrote:

very helpful. i'm about to leave on a road trip, and was very concerned about what to do for breakfast, since fast food is the way to go on road trips.

7/28/2011 08:36:47 AM Report Abuse
luvcts1 wrote:

This article was good although it should have been titled, Yes you have time to eat a Healthy breakfast." verses just "breakfast." My mother taught me at a young age to alway's eat something for breakfast even if only a piece of cake. As an adult, I still stick with that advice. It breaks my fast from sleeping.

2/18/2010 11:35:34 AM Report Abuse

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