13 Low-Calorie Breakfasts to Help You Lose Weight

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Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, especially for weight loss. A clean, healthy breakfast helps jump-start your metabolism, so you can effectively burn calories throughout the day. Eating breakfast also keeps you from overeating during lunch. If you start your day with something in your stomach, you won’t be starving by the time lunch rolls around, so you’ll choose a light, low-calorie midday meal. Not all breakfasts are created equal, however. So, here are 13 low-calorie breakfasts to help you lose weight.

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1. Egg & Spinach Bell Pepper Bowls 

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Veggies aren’t just for lunch and dinner! Have some greens and bell peppers in the morning to give yourself a boost of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, and iron.

2. 5-Ingredient Baked Egg Mushrooms 

5-Ingredient Baked Egg Mushrooms

Portobello mushrooms are a good source of fiber, potassium, and B-vitamins. Plus, they make a great basket for eggs!

3. Asparagus & Egg Scramble 

Asparagus & Egg Scramble

You can scramble eggs with any of your favorite veggies, but we love to use asparagus. Asparagus adds vitamin K, antioxidants, and a satisfying crunch.

4. Avocado and Poached Egg Sandwich 

Smashed Avocado and Poached Egg Sandwich

Start your day off right with this avocado and poached egg sandwich. Its combination of fiber, protein, healthy fats, and complex carbs that will keep you full until lunch.

5. Skinny Strawberry-Banana Bread 

Skinny Strawberry-Banana Bread

This skinny strawberry banana bread is perfect when you’re craving something sweet in the morning. It’s packed with superfoods and is made without refined sugars.

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2 Comments on "13 Low-Calorie Breakfasts to Help You Lose Weight"

  1. Linda  February 2, 2017

    How long will the overnight oatmeal last in the refrigerator. Can I make two or three ahead and will they still be good?

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    • Gale Compton  February 2, 2017

      Linda, It should be good up to 3 days in the fridge.

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