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Start Your Day the Right Way- Health Benefits of Breakfast and Some Delicious Salad Recipes to Start The Day With!

Nutritionists have been saying it for years- the key to starting your day off is taking some healthy breakfast.

Not only does it make your thinking and overall performance better, but it also supports you maintain your vigor and strength in a ton of other ways!

Deposit Photos | Breakfast makes your day 10x better


Breakfast kickstarts your metabolism and helps burn calories all through the day. Nutritionists tend to link it with good health, saying that it improves your memory and concentration, gives you a lower chance of bad LDL cholesterol, getting heart disease, diabetes, or becoming over-weight.

Skipping a meal as important as breakfast can throw off the rhythm of eating and fasting. When you wake up in the morning, the blood sugar in your body is low, which means that your muscles and brain don’t work at their best. But, taking a nutritious meal when you’re starting off your day helps to replenish it.

Most people seem to skip their morning meal because they are in a rush to get out the door, but this is the worst possible thing they can do for themselves. You need to have food in your system a long time before lunchtime because, if you don’t eat before that, there are chances that you might get hungry afterward and start snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods!


Greens can be great morning meals! Salads aren’t only meant to be eaten at lunchtime or dinner, right? You can have these delicious and satisfying meals first thing in the morning. Plus, you’ll be doing your health a huge favor by starting fresh with foods that are rich in nutritional value.

Here are some easy and affordable recipes you can try at home for healthy breakfast salads! Oh, and also, they’re super delicious!


HEALTH, Greg Dupree | This recipe contains 307 calories


Olive oil, whole-grain bagel, whole-milk kefir, baby gem lettuce, fresh dill, honey, smoked salmon, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, and “everything” seasoning blend.


HEALTH, Greg Dupree | This recipe contains a total of 351 calories


Olive oil, eggs, avocado, kosher salt, Champagne vinegar, shallot, Dijon mustard, baby kale, frisee, and mixed mushrooms.


HEALTH, Greg Dupree |This recipe contains 407 calories


Maple syrup, olive oil, baby spinach, quinoa, Dijon mustard, apple cider vinegar, kosher salt, Greek yogurt, blueberries, strawberries, and almond granola.

The Bottom Line

Breakfast provides you with a bunch of beneficial nutrients and vitamins that come from healthy foods that include grains, fruits, and dairy. If you are not habitual of consuming a meal while starting off your morning, you most likely will not get all the nutrients needed for your body to maintain its vigor.

Remember, your body is your safe haven and it is your responsibility to care properly for it.

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