Try eggs- they are a pretty good option!
Pick up something on the way to work.
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Try some egg beaters and turkey bacon with toast or English muffin with peanut butter. You can cook the bacon up ahead of time and warm it in the microwave or in the pan you cook your eggs in. You can either make a breakfast sandwich with it to eat on the road or take the time to eat at home and put some peanut butter or another type of nut butter for some extra protein to help you make it to lunch.
I fix a smoothie with Greek yogurt and fresh fruit, mixed with fax seed meal and Greens 8000 powder. For a change I like steel cut oatmeal with raspberries.
I usually do not eat breakfast, if I do it is something easy like a granola bar,
Blueberries,raspberries,strawberries and a hard boiled egg
First thing in the morn, oatmeal with berries, plus stir in some yogurt. Then mid-morn grab a banana or apple, that should help make it to lunch.
Egg whites with vegetable omelet or Almonds and an apple, I like low fat or 0 fat Greek yogurt with blue berries too.
I drink a shake every morning made with Shakeology, almond milk, spinach, frozen banana & berries. Packed full of vitamins & nutrients, curbs my cravings, and keeps me full all morning.
I don't really know how to answer. The biscuit might not be so bad but and it depends on how the has browns were cooked. If they were fried, then it's not a good choice.
I eat Special K cereal in 1% Lactaid every morning.
I find oatmeal is a good breakfast and it is very filling.
1 cup oatmeal with 1/4 cup blackberries and 1 cup low-calorie coconut-almond milk.
LaraBars are good. I eat the blueberry muffin ones and there is no cholesterol in them.
https://www.self.com/recipe/banana-nut-overnight-oats. The oats are good for cholesterol. Use almond milk and a few nuts to keep you full. Chia seed and flax are also good for you and filling.
Add nuts to your oatmeal. Try Greek yogurt with nuts, granola, fruit...
Hi CarmenGia, I think the best breakfast for lowering cholesterol must be fibre rich like oatmeal, flax seeds, apple, soaked almonds etc. as advised by Dr. Janet Brill. She is nutrition, health and fitness expert from USA. All the best.