Breakfast Foods Book
By Hunter Leifer, Drew Greenberg, & Jake Slote
How To Pick Healthy Breakfast
This book will teach you how to
decide what foods are healthy for
breakfast and what foods are bad for
breakfast. It can be hard to decide
what to eat for breakfast, and this book
will help you.
100% Fruit Juice
Fruit juices like orange and apple
juice give you nutrients and vitamins
needed to get your day started right.
Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and Vitamin D
are in 100% fruit juice.
Whole-Wheat Pancakes and
If you eat whole wheat pancakes and
French toast you will obtain more
nutrients than eating regular pancakes
or French toast. Whole-wheat
products contain less sugar and more
Whole- wheat Bagels and Toast
Whole-wheat bagels and toast is
good for breakfast because they have
more ﬁber than regular bagels and
toast. They provide a good amount of
calories that lasts for the day, but it is
not more than you need.
Whole Grain Cereal and Mufﬁns
You should eat whole grain cereal
and mufﬁns for good amounts of ﬁber
and if eaten with milk you can get
calcium to strengthen your bones and
teeth. Whole grain products contain
less calories than non-whole grain
MIlk and Yogurt
Drinking milk and eating yogurt with
breakfast gives you an extra boost of
calcium and energy. MIlk and yogurt
provide vitamins, especially Vitamin C,
and are usually low in fat.
Salmon is good tasting and has many
nutrients such as protein for body
building and is low in fat. It also
contains calcium, Vitamin B, lowers
your body rate to form blood clots, and
can lower your bad cholesterol.
As good as sweets may taste, they
are not a good breakfast choice. These
sweets are high in cholesterol, sugars,
and fats. They are also low in vitamins
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