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7 Questions You NEED To Ask Yourself If You’re Struggling To Lose Weight

“Many of my clients eat low-protein breakfasts like oatmeal, cereal, or bagels and cream cheese, and while these foods can be part of a balanced breakfast, they are lacking in protein—an important nutrient that helps to keep us full and satiated,” says Rumsey. Research backs up the idea that spreading protein throughout your day, by including it at all meals, helps with weight control, she adds. But it’s especially important in the morning because the energy and fullness you feel sets you on the right healthy eating course all day. Adds Rumsey: “Be sure to add protein, and some healthy fats, to all of your breakfasts—like a dollop of Greek yogurt and a handful of nuts or seeds, and top that bagel with scrambled eggs or smoked salmon.”

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