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What kind of healthy breakfast can I get at a coffee shop?

Rose Reisman
Nutrition & Dietetics
Breakfast on the run can be the deadliest meal of your day. You're rushing out the door and the coffee shop is your first stop. However, along with that coffee comes a muffin that has enough calories for the rest of the day, but not enough nutrition. Better to have a whole wheat bagel, bread or roll, with an ounce of hard cheese or a tablespoon of peanut butter. Fresh fruit and yogurt are also available at most coffee shops.
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