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Cereal or Eggs For Breakfast?


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Hey, I've been trying to eat healthier lately and I've been wondering something

Which is better for you for breakfast: Eggs or Cereal?

Obviously, there are many variations so here's what I usually have

Eggs:

-2 extra large poached eggs

-2 pieces of whole wheat bread

- some vegetables (tomato, mushrooms or whatever I feel like)

OR

Cereal:

-1 bowl raisin bran or bran flake

(by bowl I mean about 1 1/2 to 2 cups of cereal)

-1% milk

I usually either one of those for breakfast but I've been wondering which is really better for you? I mean calorie wise, carbs, fat, etc.

I'd appreciate any input possible, thanks!

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they both are. if you eat eggs one morning and cereal the next, why would you have to choose?
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I always eat 1 egg + 1 egg white (fried in Pam) on a piece of Orowheat double fiber bread. I feel like it's better than cereal for me because I need the protein to get my brain going, and it tends to keep me filled up for longer.  The eggs & bread are only about 160 calories, 6 grams of fat and 13 grams of protein. If I eat a bowl of cereal, I'm starving an hour later!

if i were you i'd go with the cereals for breakfast. it's always better to have your carbs early in the day than for dinner

I find the most filling combo of foods is some wholegrain and some protein.   Carbohydrate on its own... even something as substantial as porridge... seems to fizzle out about mid-morning.  So eggs and toast or cereals with a few nuts or seeds is more long-lasting
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