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A bite of healthy breakfast - Klaudia Balogh

In the past five years, breakfast has become my most favorite meal of the day. Why five years? That’s when I began my health and fitness journey and really started to pay attention to what I ate and how I exercised.

Being health conscious has always meant keeping a balance on and off my plate, whether it was making the right food choices or switching up my workouts.

We all know that eating late isn’t really ideal, so I hardly ever go to bed with a full stomach, which means most of the time I wake up with the motivation that it’s time for breakfast. It’s the meal I look forward to the most.

This simple meal will get you out the door packed with nutrition you’ll need, so you can avoid overeating during lunch or spiking your blood sugar levels by munching on cereal and milk.

What you need

1 or 2 eggs
Salt and pepper
Hummus (I chose the pine nut flavored one)

How to make it

Make your eggs the way you like them, whether it’s sunny side up, poached or scrambled, but don’t over-season it. Personally I don’t put any salt or pepper on my eggs.
Heat up a table spoon of olive oil is a pan. Add the asparagus and season if you like with a pinch of salt and pepper.
Put them all on a plate with a 2 table spoons of hummus and, Voilà, breakfast is served.