Breakfast Habits for a New Era

As they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It comes from a compound word of breaking the fast and alludes to the energy one will need to face the day.  Breakfast habits have changed during COVID, and they are likely for the better. There are numerous benefits to having a breakfast routine including improving health and better focus. Furthermore, having breakfast may also help lower your risk of type 2 diabetes as well as lower your cholesterol.

During the pandemic, many slowed down some of their more unhealthy habits of skipping breakfast in order to have time for their commute.  It’s time to reverse this trend and have a home cooked meal to start the day. Still, this is easier said than done – does everyone have time to cook? This is where heat-and-eat breakfast items come into play.
Breakfast isn’t just a leisurely brunch time on the weekends. It is important to keep your energy levels throughout the week as well. Let’s not revert back to old ways and make it a great start of the day with the breakfast to match.  Learn more about how American breakfast habits have been changing for the better in the visual deep dive below:

How The Pandemic Changed American’s Breakfast Habits