"What's for breakfast?" We put that question to some of America's most health-savvy men and women. The result? These tasty, nutritious, creative ways of starting the day.
Fitness expert and celebrity trainer
"At breakfast, your body needs nutrients fast. I have scrambled egg whites with low-fat ham for protein, and sliced apples with peanut butter for fiber and a bit of sweetness. Then I'm good to go."
Dr. David Simon
of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing
"Oat bran cereal with berries and almonds and ginger tea has all six tastes—salty, sweet, pungent, sour, bitter and astringent. Ayurveda says that's the key to staving off hunger."
Dr. Ranella Hirsch
Dermatologist and researcher
"When I travel, I get the Japanese breakfast of miso soup and salmon. Both are good for your skin and heart because they¨Ìre loaded with omega-3 fats, protein and antioxidants."