Wake up America — let’s make the most of our mornings! Eating a healthy breakfast has never been more important. We’re a nation on the go. Nine-to-five has become seven-to-six — or worse. Hours like that require serious nutritional planning. Skipping breakfast might have worked back in your parents’ day, but rushing out the door with a quick gulp of orange juice just doesn’t cut it in 2020. That’s why Better Breakfast Day is observed on September 26.
So whether its pancakes, eggs, bacon, cereals and toast, start your day with a complete balanced breakfast. Sitting down as a family for breakfast also helps prepare everyone for the day.
A healthy breakfast not only helps maintain weight goals but give you the energy to get through a morning of class or a meeting..