Even though breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, breakfast is during the most hectic, chaotic, least-convenient part of the day. We’re almost set up to fail when it comes to having a nourishing, filling breakfast in the mornings. It’s no wonder so many people just aren’t breakfast people. If you ask them, it’s not that they don’t like traditional breakfast foods—in fact, they probably order things like breakfast burritos and pancakes at all hours of the day when they get the chance. But forcing food down when you’ve barely been awake for a half hour, are trying to make sure you properly get ready for the day, and do not feel like cooking can be unappealing. Few people struggle to be enthusiastic about lunch or dinner, but many want nothing to do with breakfast. There are a few hacks that can change that. Here are tips for becoming a breakfast person.
You don’t have to eat breakfast food
First off, remember that you don’t have to eat eggs or oatmeal for breakfast. If you have fiber, protein, and carbs, your body will thank you. Should that be chicken drumsticks with some baked beans, so be it.