Dr. Hayag thinks that eating eggs for breakfast has endless health benefits. Also, Dr. Paull believes in topping his avocado toast with two sunny-side-up eggs. Why? Because eggs are an excellent source of protein. As New York City pediatrician, Alison Mitzner, MD, points out, eating a protein-filled breakfast helps prevent cravings later.
Meanwhile, Dr. Karsch eats his on toast with coffee, as does Fort Lauderdale cardiologist Tiffany Sizemore-Ruiz, MD, who notes that the protein keeps her full for longer while whole grain toast offers carbs and fiber for energy to get her through lunch. Meanwhile, Warren Michalski, MD, an ER physician in Waterloo, Canada, who actually has type 1 diabetes, puts eggs to work in his breakfast—in the form of a veggie-heavy western-style omelet—in order to help stabilize his blood sugar. (However, do you know what makes an egg healthier than others? Click here for your answer!)