It has been drilled into us since childhood that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it is common knowledge that many college students would rather have 15 extra minutes of sleep instead of waking up to eat a well-balanced breakfast. Just because people do not want to wake up early does not mean they should skip breakfast altogether. There are some fast, on-the-go options.
“The main things to look for in a healthy ‘briefcase breakfast’ are protein and fiber,” according to an article on MSN Health.
“Those two things are key to feeling full and satisfied,” said Cynthia Finley, a dietitian at Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center.
One choice is apples and oranges. They are the perfect on-the-go breakfasts that offer energy and 36 percent of a daily serving of fiber.
A second choice is bar foods. Breakfast, energy, and power bars are easy to eat on the way to class, but students have to watch the fat and sugar content in these foods.

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