Healthy Breakfast For Fitness

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A healthy breakfast is necessary to start your day right. It sets the tone for the rest of the day and also provides you with essential vitamins and minerals to help your body function better throughout the day. Here are some delicious and nutritious breakfast ideas that will not only make you feel great, but also assist in your training.

Healthy Breakfast For Fitness

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Breakfast Bars

These chocolate chip oatmeal bars are easy to make, nutritious, and the perfect healthy breakfast on-the-go recipe or dessert.

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Healthy PB and J Overnight Oats

Overnight oatmeal makes for a perfectly healthy, filling, and nutritious breakfast especially if you are in a rush in the morning.

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Simple and Moist Vegan Banana Bread

Enjoy this simple and moist vegan banana bread made with chocolate chips whenever you want something healthy, gluten-free, and delicious. You will love the sweet flavors of this banana bread recipe!

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Chocolate Zucchini Bread

This healthy and simple Chocolate zucchini bread recipe is fluffy, soft, easy to make, and so tasty.

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Vegetarian Broccoli and Cheese Breakfast Casserole

This Vegetarian Broccoli and cheese breakfast casserole recipe is perfect for everyone, so nutritious, and so tasty

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Healthy Oatmeal Bars

These easy breakfast oatmeal bars are soft-baked to perfection! This protein oat bar recipe is made with banana, chocolate chips, and more!

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Strawberry Chia Seed Pudding

This Strawberry Chia seed pudding recipe is one of our favorite healthy breakfast meal options. Simple to make with just a few handful ingredients, filling, nutritious, and so tasty.

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Healthy Apple Walnut Bread Recipe

This Healthy Apple Bread is fragrant, moist, and delicious with golden raisins, walnuts, and a bright citrus note. Easy to make, delicious, and perfect to enjoy all year round.

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Chocolate Oatmeal Pancakes

Healthy chocolate oatmeal pancakes are perfect for the entire family for breakfast at home. Serve these fluffy pancakes with chocolate, oats, and banana any time of the year whenever you want sweet and rich pancakes!

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Blueberry Overnight Oatmeal

This Blueberry Overnight Oatmeal recipe is filling, easy to make, creamy, healthy, and great for the entire family! A perfect make-ahead healthy breakfast recipe that’s vegan-friendly and sweet. These overnight oats with chia seeds are a great way to jumpstart your morning with a well-balanced breakfast.

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Easy Apple Cinnamon Muffins

These spicy, sweet, and easy cinnamon muffins are full of flavor! Perfect for fall, these easy treats are made with fresh apples and pecans for yummy healthy flavors.

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Banana Oatmeal Pancakes

These tasty Banana Oatmeal Pancakes are sweet, incredibly fluffy, and the perfect recipe for breakfast or brunch! Made with bananas, oat flour, and spices, this recipe is exactly what you need for the perfect banana oat pancakes.

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Steel Cut Oats Breakfast Bowl

Making this Steel Cut Oats recipe is simple, creamy good, easy, and quick to make. A perfect oatmeal breakfast bowl to jumpstart your day and keep you full for hours until lunchtime.

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No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

These healthy no-bake chocolate oatmeal cookies are so full of flavor! Chewy, sweet, and made with coconut, you will love these cookies!

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Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal

Made on the stovetop, this healthy apple cinnamon oatmeal is ready in under 30 minutes and loaded with protein! Perfect for simple breakfasts at home whenever you’re needing breakfast in an instant!

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Avocado Toast with Eggs

Avocado toast with eggs is one of our favorite healthy breakfasts that come together in less than 15 minutes. Perfect for all age groups, easy to…

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Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats

These peanut butter banana overnight oats are so simple to make and filled with healthy protein! This recipe is perfect for meal prep and great for a quick breakfast.

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Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

easy to make with as little as 5 minutes of prep time. A delicious and healthy pudding option to enjoy without any guilt.

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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

This Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe is healthy, easy to make, and loaded with protein. Perfectly moist and chewy cookies that are so good and…

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Peanut Butter Protein Overnight Oats

Making this peanut butter protein overnight oats recipe is quick and easy with very little prep time. So nutritious, filling, loaded with protein, and the perfect…

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Homemade Oatmeal Granola Bars

These homemade oatmeal granola bars are so chewy, delicious, and easy to make. Loaded with nuts, dried fruits, and are ready in just 30 minutes.

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Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

Enjoy these peanut butter oatmeal cookies for breakfast, as a snack, or as a guilt-free dessert. These healthy cookies made with a handful of clean…

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Chocolate Overnight Oats

These chocolate overnight oats are healthy, full of protein, and simply delicious! Rich dark chocolate chips are accented with a creamy oat base mixed with…

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Keto Cinnamon Rolls

These keto cinnamon rolls are made with almond flour, coconut flour, and they’re so easy to make!

Make your morning meal a breakfast of champions! Fitness gurus share their all-time favorite morning meals.You don’t need us to remind you that eating a healthy breakfast is a good idea. But since the same bowl of oatmeal every day can get boring, you might need a few new ideas for what to eat in the morning.”Whether you are headed to the gym or on your way out the door to work, make sure your breakfast is going to keep you going for the next few hours,” says Ed Olko, personal trainer at Equinox in Palos Verdes, CA. “Your breakfast is the beginning of your day, so make it count.”Olko’s top picks: A fruit smoothie and a Bagel Thin with a light smear of peanut butter; an English muffin with egg white, a slice of turkey bacon, and half a piece of cheese; an egg white omelet with mushrooms, spinach, and cheese on a bagel; or plain Greek yogurt with whole grain cereal and/or fresh fruit mixed in.

Jennifer Purdie: Ironman Athlete and Marathon Runner

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My favorite thing to eat for breakfast is an egg white scrambled with chopped veggies, kale, and avocados. I live in California so can get everything fresh at the farmer’s market.

Venus Williams: Pro Tennis Player

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Venus Williams starts each day with two wheatgrass shots. When she’s on the road, she gets her fix at Jamba Juice. The chain’s Triple Revitalizer Juice Blend has fresh carrot juice, orange juice, and bananas.

Elizabeth Robinson: Athlete and Personal Trainer

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Breakfast is without question my absolute favorite part of the day. I love the meal, I love the opportunity to make my first nutritional choice of the day a good one, and I love the promise of the day ahead.

My chilly-weather breakfast is a formula that can be mixed and matched according to taste. The basic components include a grain, a fruit, and a nut. Most often, I choose oatmeal as my grain, banana as my fruit, and walnuts as my nut. However, this basic structure can be adjusted by substituting farina (ground wheat) or grits (ground cornmeal) in place of the oatmeal, apples or pears in place of bananas, and almonds or pecans for the nut. Any combination works well and does the trick.

My favorite warm-weather breakfast is plain yogurt, sliced fruit, a splash of agave or maple syrup, and a slice of whole grain bread. Again, the combination of yogurt, fruit, and bread provides the protein, complex carbohydrates, and fat needed to jumpstart the day and stay fueled through the morning.

Erin Aquino: Fitness Fiend

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My go-to breakfast is a packet of plain instant oatmeal, 24 grams of protein powder, and 1 1/2 teaspoons of natural peanut butter or almond butter. It’s a perfect combo of carbs, protein, and necessary fats!

JL Fields: Health and Fitness Blogger

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I love savory breakfasts and lean towards the macrobiotic. I either enjoy a bowl of miso soup packed with vegetables or a hearty porridge with steel cut oats, millet, walnuts, and raisins!

Stephen Cooper: Founder of Boot Camp Pasadena

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My favorite breakfast option is a high-energy protein shake. I wake up so early that I don’t really feel like a heavy meal, so this shake packs a lot of nutrition into my morning. It includes: 1 cup water, 1 cup green tea, 1 frozen Samabazon Acai packet (anti-oxidants, plus, I like the berry taste), 1/4 cup whole fat coconut milk (adds fat and makes the shake more filling), 1 to 2 scoops of vanilla protein powder (25 to 40 grams), and 1/3 cup whole oats.

The balance of fruit, fat, and oats makes it filling and energy-packed.

Jason Fitzgerald: Founder of StrengthRunning.com

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My favorite breakfast is called “egg in a basket.” You cut a whole in a piece of wheat toast and fry an egg inside. Put some strawberry jam on the final product and couple it with a whey protein shake-you have the simple and complex carbs and protein you need to recover from a hard workout. It’s easy to make and it really helps with post-workout recovery.

Rachel Dubin: Fitness Fiend

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I am a fitness fiend. I work out every morning, and the delicious PJ’s Organics’ Breakfast Burrito is the perfect breakfast after exercising since it offers sustenance and fills you up for hours. As the perfect healthy authentic Mexican breakfast at home, this item contains no pesticides, preservatives, or GMO’s, and is one of the only nourishing organic frozen burritos on the market.

Gillian Barrett: Runner and Weight-Loss Success Story

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I’ve been a runner and regular exerciser for more than 2 years now. I started working out and eating properly in order to lose 80 pounds. My breakfast consists of lemon juice (half a lemon) with hot water (this is when I take my vitamins), Kashi Go Lean cereal (1 serving), 1-percent milk (1/2 cup), plain Greek yogurt (3/4 cup), blueberries (1/4 cup), and honey (1 tablespoon). It’s 350 calories, 59 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fat, 27 grams of protein, and 6 grams of fiber.

Len Saunders: Author of Keeping Kids Fit

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I keep my breakfast quite simple but make sure not to miss it. Usually I include grapefruit chunks, which are rich in vitamins and minerals and also help suppress the appetite. Also, including whole grain oatmeal is an excellent choice, as it is full of complex carbs (long-lasting energy), antioxidants, and dietary fiber, as well as rich in many nutrients.

Gillian Casten: Fitness Blogger

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I personally attend one to three classes per day. I love nori avocado wraps (little wrapped chunks of avocado in sushi seaweed). It’s a non-traditional, zero-carb breakfast that tastes like avocado sushi.

I also like banana smoothies. I freeze banana chunks and pop them in my Vitamix with almond milk, a little Sun Warrior protein powder, and a small spoon of peanut butter. Banana is high in sugar so I only do this when I’m off to a high-intensity workout. It tastes like a milkshake!

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