Incorporate Protein Into Your Breakfast

Eggs Benedict

While ham and bacon should be eaten in moderation, they are both good sources of protein

Humus and falafel

Both humus and falafel consist mainly of chickpeas and are, therefore, fantastic sources of protein.


Some fruits are a great source of both protein and fiber. For an extra dash of protein, add a small amount of protein powder to your morning smoothie.

Avocado and eggs on toast

Avocado on toast has become a hugely popular breakfast. Adding eggs to it can only make it better!

Sweet potato toast

For a healthy breakfast which includes a lot of protein, try baked sweet potato toast with roasted chickpeas, tomatoes, goat cheese, and avocado.


Who says you can't have salad for breakfast? Some chicken, avocados, eggs, spinach, and lentils is a very healthy way to start the day.

cream cheese bagel

This classic sandwich is often thought of as a lunch, but it doesn't need to be! It makes an ideal breakfast, and is full of protein.

Chia seed pudding

If you are looking for a breakfast with a huge amount of protein, look no further than chia seed pudding. Add some fruit to make it even healthier!

Yogurt parfait

An exceptionally healthy way to start the day, just combine natural yogurt with fruit and cereal.

Mackerel pâté

For a quick, healthy breakfast that's full of protein, try mackerel pâté on toast. Both great tasting and very good for you, it's an ideal way to start the day.

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