The grocery store's yoghurt aisle appears to grow every day and is still around $1 a cup.
Low-fat dairy or nondairy yoghurt with at least six grammes of protein per cup is ideal for an inflammation-fighting yoghurt parfait.
Scrambled eggs don't need ketchup. Mix spinach, tomatoes, and onions into scrambled eggs for added nourishment.
Brands like Just Egg and Follow Your Heart have mastered the flavour of regular eggs so you can enjoy all the experience and protein without the cholesterol.
Avocado toast is a breakfast staple. This breakfast's popularity may have waned, but its ability to prevent inflammation and delay ageing hasn't.
Avocado, tomato, and hemp seeds give sprouted grain toast a breakfast boost. Avocados, olive oil, almonds, and seeds may help prevent ageing by reducing inflammation.
Hopefully, you always have whole grain tortillas in your fridge, and now we get to utilise one for a morning wrap.
Spread peanut butter or other nut butter on a tortilla, then add fruit (banana, cinnamon apples, or pears) for "anti-aging" whole grains, nuts, and fruit.
Throw browning cauliflower, wilting spinach, and mushy blackberries into a smoothie to save nutrition and money.
Ideal smoothie ingredients include dairy or nondairy milk, fruit, veggies, and protein powder or nuts/seeds. Cranberries are an underrated smoothie fruit.