Best Healthy Carbs for Breakfast

All hail the mighty oat! Oats have 10 grams of protein per half-cup serving and your fiber-packed bowl will slow down the metabolism of the sugar from these carbs.

1. Oats

A bowl of Wheat Bran also provides 20 percent of the day's phosphorus, a mineral that plays an important role in how the body uses carbs and fats.

2. Shredded Wheat

Milk has naturally occurring electrolytes that keep you hydrated—more hydrated than water, in fact—and its natural sweetness helps push more energy into your muscles.

3. Chocolate Milk

Can you believe that mango has more carbs than a bowl of pasta? We know, it's kinda crazy! But there are 50 grams per mango (!) and just a half fruit packs an entire day's worth of vitamin C

4. Mango

 Ezekiel bread is a nutrient-dense bread is loaded with sprouted lentils, protein, and good-for-you grains that keep you going. 

5. Sprouted Bread

Quinoa is higher in protein than any other grain, and it packs a hefty dose of heart-healthy, unsaturated fats.

6. Quinoa

Yes, apples are carbs, but they are also one of the very best sources of fiber—which means you should eat them at every opportunity.

7. Apples

Packed with protein, crammed with calcium, and popping with probiotics, Greek yogurt has all the makings of the best weight loss foods.

8. Greek Yogurt

A cup of blueberries has 21 grams of carbs, but they couldn't be better for you. These little blue bullets are loaded with polyphenols—chemical compounds that prevent fat from forming

9. Blueberries

Bananas are rich in glucose, a highly digestible sugar, which provides quick energy, and their high potassium content helps prevent muscle cramping during your workout.

10. Bananas

Secret Effects Of Eating Blueberries