We've all heard that a breakfast that's high in fiber and protein can give you an extra boost of energy across the morning. So what breakfast foods are really high in fiber and protein?
Give your breakfast a boost of fiber and protein with these tips from ABCNews.com:
What's the common denominator when it comes to foods that fill you up, slim you down and keep you healthy? FIBER. You should get 25 grams to 30 grams of fiber a day but most Americans barely get half of that. CLICK HERE to find out the five essential foods with fiber that you should incorporate into your diet.
When it comes to fiber and protein, granola seems to be a good answer. You can buy it in a health-food store or pick up a few ingredients and make your own. CLICK HERE for Dr. Marie Savard's recipe for Secret Morning Mix High-Fiber Granola.
Dr. Mary Dan Eades, author of "Protein Power," shares her recipe for Protein Power Almond-Pecan Waffles HERE, and if you're always on the go, pull out the blender and create Drs. Mehmet Oz and Michael Roizen's protein-rich Magical Breakfast Blaster.