Get cracking with these eggcellent breakfast ideas
Everyone has a morning routine. Whether it's hitting the gym or pressing the snooze button several times, every one has their own unique way of waking up.
But what do all of our morning routines have in common? They include a good hearty breakfast of course. But what is the best breakfast? Should you go all out and eat cereal and toast or will a smoothie hit the spot?
To get the answer to this question, we asked the talented Nutrition & Dietetic lecturers at FIAFitnation for their expertise. So what did they tell us - well it's a real cracker - eat eggs!
Here are a half dozen reasons why you should start your day with eggs
They taste great! Boiled, scrambled, poached or be inspired to make this healthy omelette from our celebrity guest nutrition lecturer (and FIA alumni) Teresa Cutter from The Healthy Chef
Eggcellent vision. Keep your eyes healthy with the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin found in egg yolks which help protect eyes from the sun
Eggs make cents. Compared to other high-quality protein foods eggs are the least expensive per serving. Cha-ching
Feeling fried? A well-balanced breakfast of eggs will improve your concentration levels and attention span for the day ahead
It’s a natural multi-vitamin. Eggs are a complete protein with all 9 essential amino acids the body needs to build and repair muscle in the body
You get built-in calorie control. Two boiled eggs have only 150 calories
Bonus tip: you can drop eggcellent puns all day! #getcracking #notyolking
So if you're ready to start your start your day off the right way and build a career in nutrition, then the team at FIAFitnation are the ones to call. Find out how easy it is to be someone’s good egg with our Diploma of Nutrition and Dietetics for Personal Trainers and begin your dream career today.
This page was last updated on: Tuesday 01 August 2017
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