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Yes, You Do Have Time for Breakfast

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At the Deli

Quick Breakfast Fix: Two slices rye bread with 2 slices each Canadian bacon and tomato

205 calories, 17g protein, 34g carbohydrate, 6g fat (1g saturated), 4g fiber

Why: Canadian bacon is a leaner source of protein to add to your breakfast. Order your toast dry with butter on the side, but spread it lightly -- at 100 calories, one tablespoonful every morning can result in 10 extra pounds a year.

Quick Breakfast Fix: Two scrambled eggs and 1 slice whole wheat toast topped with 1 tablespoon jam

275 calories, 17g protein, 27g carbohydrate, 11g fat (3g saturated), 2g fiber

Why: A recent study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that women who ate this meal in the morning felt satisfied longer and consumed significantly fewer calories a day than those who had nonfat yogurt and a bagel with cream cheese for breakfast.

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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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