Healthy Breakfast Ideas: What Health Editors Eat In The Morning

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When it comes to eating breakfast, most experts agree: You should do it.

Starting your morning with some fuel is a good idea. Studies show breakfast eaters are more energized throughout the day, more likely to have healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels and less likely to be obese compared to those who skip the morning meal.

Because health editors spend their days learning about the latest research, we should know a thing or two about how to pick energy-boosting and satiating breakfast foods ... Right?

We snapped our own morning meals and asked some of our colleagues to do the same: Check out what health editors really nibble on before tackling a full day of work. Anything look good? Share your healthy breakfast ideas in the comments below.

What Health Editors Eat For Breakfast
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