3 Best Breakfasts for weight loss

Scrambled Eggs and Bacon

250 kcal 10 g fat (4 g saturated) 550 mg sodium

A St. Louis University study indicated that egg breakfasters consumed 264 fewer calories than bagels. 

The reason? Satiety from protein and healthful fat keeps your child's gut full and prevents midmorning cravings for empty calories.

Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal

280 kcal 3 g fat (0 g saturated) 5 g carbs

The calories in oatmeal are largely carbohydrates, but each bowl contains soluble fiber,

which slows glucose absorption and stabilizes kids' blood sugar, energy, and concentration.

Ham and Egg on an English Muffin

240 kcal 8g fat (3g saturated) 610 mg sodium

A couple slices of lean ham, low-calorie bread, and an egg could hardly fail even the most malevolent cafeteria cook.

Protein and healthy fat are terrific ways to wake up; fiber is absent, but a whole-grain English muffin can fix that.

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