2. Opt for whole foodsWhen it comes to changes you can make for better health, choosing whole foods over processed foods is a must. Whole foods are especially good for breakfast. Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, so you should choose the foods that will fuel you until lunchtime. Never opt for a bagel, bar, or cereal since it won’t be a healthy breakfast.
Choose unsweetened yogurt and a piece of fruit, and add some walnuts or almonds to top for a great crunch. You can also make a sprouted grain toast, spread a little tomato, avocado, and sprinkle black pepper on top. Having whole foods for breakfast is always the best way to give your body the essential nutrients it needs, keeping you full longer. I like oatmeal with almond milk, flax, and vanilla stevia. This is a delicious breakfast that fills me up nicely and holds me over for about 3 hours on a busy morning.