Eating breakfast within one hour of waking up will help supply your body with energy for the day and help prevent you from eating junk foods throughout the day. A healthy breakfast should have whole grains, protein, dairy products and fruits. A healthy breakfast would be a bowl of whole grain cereal, a hard-boiled egg, low-fat yogurt and an orange or a glass of orange juice.
Im a high schooler too Ive been eating a lot of oatmeal with 1/2 a banana in it and honey. Theres this thing called overnight oats and you soak your oatmeal in milk or almond milk( just a perfrance of mine) over night in the fridge, I do it in a mason jar because it has a lid and Im gone all day and always on the go but I layer banana the granola then some kind of berry or any other friut you would like then add agave and honey its delicious.
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