For those mornings you’re in a rush, fill your tummy without derailing your fat loss and fitness goals with these easy on-the-go options.

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5 Healthy On-the-Go Breakfasts for the Snooze Button Lovers Among Us

1. Hard-boiled eggs with pear slices wrapped in prosciutto.

Eggs are portable, delicious, and packed with protein and good fats. Plus, the protein and fat from your eggs and meat will blunt the effects that the sugar from your pear has on your metabolism.
Fortunately, pears are relatively low on the glycemic index (GI) scale, a measure of how much it’ll affect your blood sugar and insulin levels. Why does this matter? Because high GI foods, like bananas, mangoes, grapes, and dates), can spike your blood sugars to higher levels, which can inhibit fat burning and lead to mind-numbing sugar crashes.

Other low GI fruits to have in the morning include strawberries, grapefruit, and cantaloupe.

2. Fruit and a veggie protein shake.

Shakes are the perfect solution for getting a high dose of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants without having to actually sit down and eat a meal. Blend up some water, produce (try blueberries, strawberries, spinach, and/or kale), a scoop of your favorite protein powder, and a tablespoon of coconut oil for a full complete meal that will prevent those mid-morning hunger pangs.


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3. Breakfast burrito made with coconut wraps.

Trend alert! Coconut wraps are flooding the health and fitness markets, and for good reason. They’re super low-carb, grain-free, gluten-free, and packed with healthy fats. Plus, what’s more portable than a yummy burrito?

Fill your burrito with your healthy food faves, like natural deli meat, scrambled eggs, sauteed veggies, or a few slices of smoked salmon.

4. Overnight oats.

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Making time the night before to get breakfast ready is a smart idea because it’s very likely you be able to make time for it in the morning. Check out this website for some great recipes to get you inspired.

5. Egg muffin cups.

Portable, healthy, delicious, and versatile! Check out this recipe for a super make ahead grab-and-go breakfast.

Go ahead, skip the drive through and give these options a try the next time you have a hectic morning!

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Author Sara M

Sara M. is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and freelance writer living and working near Boston, MA. As a former CrossFit gym owner and current fitness lover, Sara has a lot of personal and professional experience inside and outside the gym. She loves to write about various topics related to health, wellness, nutrition, human behavior, and self-mastery.

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