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An ideal, nutritious breakfast contains a balance of complex carbohydrates and protein. Think grains, plus dairy, plus fruits. Examples of balanced breakfasts are:

  1. granola cereal, yogurt, a sliced apple
  2. scrambled eggs, toast, orange juice
  3. veggie omelet, bran muffin, fruit with yogurt
  4. whole-grain pancakes or waffles topped with berries and/or yogurt, milk
  5. whole-wheat zucchini pancakes topped with fruit, milk
  6. french toast topped with fruit, orange juice or milk
  7. low-fat cheese melted on toast with a piece of fruit
  8. low-fat cream cheese on a whole-grain bagel, orange juice
  9. peanut butter and banana slices on an english muffin, milk
  10. For a breakfast-on-the-run smoothie, see "School-Ade."

Of course, it's what you eat not what you say that impresses a child most. By treating yourself to a healthy breakfast, you model to your children that eating a healthy breakfast gives the whole family a smart nutritional start.

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