We don’t need to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In this series, we’re asking some of Boston’s top doctors, fitness pros, and dietitians for a sneak peek into their kitchens, so we can see what’s on their breakfast table.
What she ate: Cold oatmeal with sliced banana, walnuts, and chia seeds.
Why she chose it: “My breakfasts these days revolve around my newborn. I have been making a large batch of oatmeal on Monday mornings and eating the rest throughout the week,” she says. “Oatmeal is a good source of iron, and a healthy option that can be enjoyed warm or cold and tastes delicious. I added freshly sliced banana, walnuts, and chia seeds for extra sweetness, heart-healthy omega-3 fats, protein, and fiber. I often don’t get to eat lunch until 2 p.m., so it’s important to have a breakfast that energizes my day and fills me up.”
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