Many residents living in our Meadows at Indian Creek apartments in Emmaus are commuters or families who are rushed in the morning. Grabbing a quick breakfast sandwich at a fast-food restaurant seems the easiest, cheapest and quickest route to go for breakfast. But taking the time to prepare a healthy breakfast is worth it.
Studies show that what you eat for breakfast has a huge impact on your on your long-term health, and fatty breakfast sandwiches even have the short-term effect of impaired blood flow just two hours after eating.
There are a wide variety of healthy breakfast food choices. Some are conventional and some are not.
Try foods that work well on the go. Include fruit that travels well, such as bananas, apples, and grapes. Think outside the box. Who says you can’t have peanut butter for breakfast? Go for it!
- Whole-grain bagel with low-fat cream cheese
- A cup of pistachios and yogurt with granola
- A boiled egg, and whole grain toast
- Oatmeal made with skim milk instead of water
- Peanut butter sandwich on whole grain bread