Eating a healthy breakfast means that you must choose foods that are considered to be high in nutrition. All foods chosen don’t have to healthy, but at least the majority of the meal should consist of things like whole-grains, low-fat proteins, low-fat dairy products, and lots of fruits and vegetables. Whole Grains. Contain the entire kernel so you receive the full nutritional benefits that these grains have to offer. • Breads, muffins, pancakes, waffles. Low-Fat Proteins. Offer the benefits of protein while being lower in fat, leading to a healthier you! • Low-fat meats, fish, poultry. Low-Fat Dairy. Eat your favorite dairy products in their low-fat version when possible as this is not only a healthier choice, it will save you lots of calories! • Low-fat milk, sour cream, cheese, yogurt. Lots of Fruits and Vegetables. You can never go wrong when you choose to eat any fruit or any vegetable! Since the list is so long, I’ll list some of my favorites. • Apples, bananas, grapefruit, grapes, melon, pineapple, cantaloupe, and oranges. Lima beans, peas, green beans, asparagus, and squash. Combining both carbohydrates and proteins together will help keep you full longer.