What is the most nutritious food for the breakfast?

the most nutritious food for breakfast - suggest me some
China
March 4, 2009 8:58pm CST
Breakfast is the most important meal in our life, so i am questioning what is the most nutritious food for the breakfast? Can you suggest me some? Thanks, happy mylotting!
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• China
5 Mar 09
The aforementioned are all the western-style breakfast...healthy, fresh, green, low calorie, high protein / vitamines.. The soya bean milk is my favorite liquid and the wheat toast... Well, in China, the favorite breakfast is not what I listed above...the Chinese would like to the hot stuffed bun, and the jellied bean curd with salt...and so many chinese pastries...not sure if it's quite healthy whereas it's palatable...
• United States
5 Mar 09
Actually most Americans either skip breakfast or eat something like a doughnut, cereal, granola bar, basically anything quick with carbs and lack of protein. I think most of us were commenting on what the best breakfast would be for your health. But China is definitely not the only country to eat an unhealthy breakfast.
• China
5 Mar 09
so Angela, you don't like Chinese foods, right? Have you tried Chinese style breakfast? Where do you know that Chinese breakfast is unhealty?
@deebomb (15315)
• United States
5 Mar 09
Whole rolled oats are one of the most nutritious foods you can have for breakfast. It will digest slowly to keep you from getting hungry early in the day. There are a variety of ways to have it too. You can have it as granola, a hot cereal or as in a healthy cookie. Pancakes can be mad with oat meal in them too. A piece of in season fruit would also be a good thing to have for breakfast.
@urbandekay (18306)
5 Mar 09
Porridge made with rolled oats and water, releases energy slowly and is good for your stomach and reduces cholesterol all the best urban
@ama101 (40)
• United States
5 Mar 09
whole grain wheat toast with peanut butter and if you dont care for peanut butter just use butter or plain but you still have to get in your protien so maybe a piece of cheese. i like to boil eggs and leave them in the fridge for a snack or a on the go breakfast. breakfast is the most important meal of the day it does kick start your metabolism and gets everything going. i recently visited my dr and she said most people should eat 1500 calories a day she broke it down and said 5 meals 300 calories each and no soda,juice, no gatorade or powerade.only water and also cut out alot of the red meats and iam a girl who loves steak and potatoes. it was hard but i follwed her advice and lost 12 lbs and i feel like i have more energy through out my day. fish is also a good protien in the meat catagory it is high in vitamins,chicken too
• United States
5 Mar 09
I think to make any meal nutritious is has to have the big three: Lean Protein, Fiber, and Vitamins. For breakfast I like to have fresh fruit (juice is easier but high in sugar), usually an apple, banana, tangerine or strawberries. For the fiber I like whole wheat toast, or oatmeal. For protein I either spread peanut butter on my toast or eat a hard-boiled egg. I top off my breakfast with either green tea, or hot water with lemon. It is important to make sure your breakfast is low in sugars (including that from white bread) otherwise get ready for a crash.
• Canada
5 Mar 09
have a variety things on one plate. Like some fruits (whatever is in season, mostly) like a slice of melon or some fresh pineapple, a couple of strawberries, some tangerine sections, banana, and blueberries for their anti-oxident properties. Also try a 1/4 cup of yogurt to dip them into. and then have a small piece of multigrain bread or bagel. 4 oz of juice - apple orange or, then best, cranberry. A granola bar is good to go with all of that, too. Maybe even a small hunk of cheese
• China
5 Mar 09
soya bean milk! It is low calorie and high nutrition,also convenient to product by own