5. Plan a Protein-Packed Breakfast
Deciding the night before what you’ll eat in the morning means there’s no risk of grabbing something junky — or skipping breakfast altogether and getting slammed with the urge to snack mid-morning.
While you’re prepping ahead, aim for a breakfast that packs at least 10 to 15 grams of protein, Pflugradt recommends. High-protein morning meals promote better blood sugar control compared to breakfasts that are high in carbs or fat, which in turn can resist the urge to snack later on, according to September 2017 findings published in the American Clinical Journal of Nutrition.
Protein-Packed Breakfast Options:
- An egg and veggie scramble with whole grain toast
- Plain yogurt with fruit and nuts
- Oatmeal cooked in milk and topped with a spoonful of peanut butter
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