Greek Yogurt and Fruit from 10 Breakfasts and What it Takes to Burn Them Off (Slideshow)

10 Breakfasts and What it Takes to Burn Them Off (Slideshow)

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Greek Yogurt and Fruit

Greek yogurt may be one most popular “health foods” in the world but it can pack tons of added sugar. Plus, yogurt cups that come with additional toppings like nuts, fruit, or chocolate chips can max out at more than 250 calories each — that translates into almost 45 minutes of high-intensity sit-ups for a 150-pound person. Try a healthier breakfast of fat-free plain Greek yogurt (6 ounces) and a medium banana.