Healthy Breakfast Ideas from Fit Women

Healthy Breakfast Ideas from Fit Women

Caleigh’s breakfast of choice

What-Fit-Women-Actually-Eat-for-BreakfastCourtesy Caleigh Rykiss After a little fresh fruit, Rykiss heads straight for the blender to whip up a breakfast smoothie of champions. Half a banana for a little sweetness, whey protein to keep her fuller longer and fuel her “crazy days” balancing clients, her own workouts, and content creation. Half a cup of water, a quarter cup of almond milk, a pinch of cinnamon, half teaspoon of organic peanut butter and a small chunk of dark chocolate. (Whatever you do, don’t make these healthy breakfast mistakes.)

The result: “legit tastes like a Reese’s [Peanut Butter] Cup,” says Caleigh. She also adds “a scoop of L-Glutamine to support my muscle health and a scoop of probiotic powder to keep my gut happy and my immune system strong.”