Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day because it is where we can decide how we will approach or master the day. Breakfast is a very important meal. At night, during sleep, our metabolism is not rest and instead is extremely active, stimulating rest and recovery in the body. Our brain depends on sugar for energy. A healthy breakfast should therefore be rich in valuable nutrients such as complex carbohydrates (e. g. cereal, oatmeal, whole meal flakes or whole meal bread) combined with high-quality protein (yogurt, curd, cheese, eggs) and fresh vegetables or fruit. These provide the necessary building blocks. At the same time, these combinations do not overload the blood sugar level and provide a pleasant and long-lasting satiety.