Bob says these breakfasts are rich in whole grains, healthy fats and calcium. They average about 385 calories, 10 grams of fiber and 380 milligrams of calcium. They're arranged by day, but you can have them in any order. For optimum nutrition, Bob says to try a variety of breakfasts.
And here's a note to caffeine addicts: Bob says you can have a cup of coffee or tea with any of these breakfasts.
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Published on January 01, 2006