We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many of us struggle with knowing exactly what types of food our bodies need to function efficiently. Each of us probably knows that eating a plateful of cinnamon rolls or donuts is not the ideal way to start the day. However, do you know how much fiber or protein your breakfast should include? What are some good options for people that are on-the-go first thing in the morning? If you would like some answers to these questions, come and join me in an online discussion tomorrow with two dietitians.
What: You’re invited to a Kellogg virtual breakfast to discuss morning nutrition and the recently released 2010 Dietary Guidelines.
When: The virtual breakfast is happening on Wednesday, April 20, at 11 a.m. ET.
Where: In TheMotherhood – – here is the link to the page where the class will be held: http://themotherhood.com/talk/show/id/62187
Who: Join Sarah Woodside, registered dietitian for Kellogg, and Liz Ward, registered dietitian, author and one of the Kellogg’s Breakfast Council members, to discuss the nutrients a good breakfast should provide, options for healthy breakfasts on the go, recent research findings on nutrition, and more. Sarah and Liz will speak to us via live streaming video, while we chat and ask questions through a real-time, text-based conversation.