A variation on the old classic will warm you up first thing in the morning.
This nutritious fruit will add some color to your meal while boosting your immune system and increasing your daily fiber intake.
Add nuts to keep you fuller longer.
Dried bananas add crunch without guilt.
Dried fruit is a great source of fiber that can jump-start your day.
Treat yourself: indulge in yogurt-covered raisins, while still getting the fiber you need.
Adds a little extra flavor and sweetness.
Eat this, not that: substitute the granola in your yogurt for cereal. Same crunch, fewer calories.
Cottage cheese is low in calories yet very filling. Make a parfait for a bikini-ready breakfast.
Chia seeds are the new “it food.” These tiny seeds are the superfood of the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas. They are supposed to keep you full for longer amounts of time and are high in omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants and calcium.
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