The Non-Grain Breakfast
Since I've been enrolled in the Institue for Integrative Nutrition I have learned so much about foods that are nutrient dense; foods you don't need to eat a lot of to get the great nutritional benefits they have to offer.
One thing I've experimented with is adding seeds and nuts to my breakfast oatmeal and or ancient grain granola. When cooking my oats, I add 1 heaping teaspoon of each; raw chia seed, flax seed, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, dessicated coconut, walnut pieces and goji berries. The seeds and nuts create enough volume to satisfy my hunger but it's also wonderful for keeping me going regularly.
When eating my 1/4 cup of granola I add the same seeds, nuts and goji berries to that and I eat it with a probiotic yogurt drink like Lifeway.
The seeds and nuts are a great way to add Omega 3 fatty acids to my daily routine. (I also take a supplement). And the goji berries are considered a super food and are great for eye, kidney and liver health.