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Proteins-rich Breakfast Foods Make Your Mornings Healthier

It turns out energy may not be the only you need to get you going in the morning. Eggs, bread, and cereals are all good, but a recent study made by researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia reveals that a breakfast with a protein component, a protein-rich breakfast, may actually yield more benefits for your eating habits.

People who eat a protein-rich breakfast in the morning make them fuller and therefore less likely to have cravings during the day. They also tend to stay away from fatty meals or foods with lots of sugar content in the evenings.

Here are three breakfast foods that will have you integrating proteins in your mornings in no time.

1. Quinoa

Quinoa is becoming more and more popular in many countries in Europe as well as in North America for the benefits they bring. It is becoming one of the more well-known superfoods. The grains of Quinoa contain high amounts of protein and are typically the part of the plant that is eaten. Quinoa can be a great substitute for your cereals or your oatmeal so that you can enjoy a protein-rich breakfast.

2. Tuna

A tuna sandwich for breakfast is actually good for you. You can enjoy the deliciousness of your usual midday meal in the mornings and not feel guilty about it. A can of tuna usually has an average of 25 grams of protein. That makes tuna a protein-rich breakfast.

3. Yogurt

One of the best ways to have a protein-rich breakfast is to slice up some fresh fruits such as strawberries, papaya, mangoes and bananas, then mix them all up with yogurt. Yogurt is very healthy containing a high amount of protein. Add some quinoa grains to take your protein-rich breakfast to a whole new level.

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