Wondering What to Eat for Breakfast When You Have ADHD?
You may be wondering what food is best to eat for breakfast when you have ADHD. The standard, high carb, American breakfast of sugary cereals, donuts and pancakes often can result in a late morning crash and lack of focus. A breakfast that has ample protein, healthy fats
1. Breakfast Burrito with Eggs, Veggies
Spray a pan with a small coating of coconut oil spray and add two eggs. Add vegetables of choice like green peppers, onions or tomatoes. Add half of an avocado (cut in chunks) when eggs are almost done. Finish cooking eggs. Season with pepper. Put entire egg mixture into a healthy wrap. I like the Pure Wraps on Amazon or from your local health foods store or a whole grain wrap from the grocery store.
2. Protein Smoothie
In a blender, take
3. Nuts with an Apple or Berries
Take approximately 2 ounces of nuts. Almonds and pistachios (raw or dry roasted and unsalted if possible) are great choices as they tend to have higher protein than other nuts. Grab an apple or a bowl of berries and you can take your breakfast with you on the go. Note – Those with nut, egg and other allergies should consult their medical provider.