Michael Bluth: What have we always said is the most important thing?
George Michael Bluth: Breakfast.
George Michael: Family, right. I thought you meant of the things you eat.
I never skip breakfast, and I’m surprised when my friends say they do. It’s really not too difficult to toast an English muffin or pour a bowl of cereal in the morning on your way out the door, and it makes such a big difference in your concentration levels and your mood for the rest of the morning.
Lately, I’ve been having Trader Joe’s Frosted Shredded Bite Size Wheats (basically fancified Mini Wheats, okay?) and I love them. They have 90% of my daily value of iron, which is important because I’m iron deficient. If I have a bowl of wheats with soymilk, that’s my entire daily value right there.
Everyone has a different way of eating cereal. I like mine with soymilk to add sweetness and nutrition, but just enough to get the cereal wet. I really hate eating cereal with a big bowl of milk, so that at the end you’re left with sugary milk with little bits of cereal floating in it that your mom makes you drink.
I also like adding bananas or peaches on top for potassium and vitamins, as well as a big glass of soymilk on the side. Awesomely healthy; all four main food groups are represented (grains, protein, fruits, dairy).