Depending on what sort of diet you are following, you may have a set breakfast routine. Does it give you energy or make you feel sluggish? If it fires you up for the day and gives you a boost, then you are probably doing something right. Many people feel tired and slow after breakfast and it is because they are eating too much and they are eating the wrong things. Leftover pizza is hardly a good breakfast. This is supposed to be the first meal of the day to give you energy for work, school, and other activities.
There is nothing wrong with good old bacon and eggs from time to time. First of all, don’t eat so much of it and secondly, don’t do it everyday. That is a very heavy breakfast and the body needs something lighter on many mornings. Try oatmeal and fruit as a good alternative from time to time. Oats and fruit provide fiber, vitamins, and minerals to keep you going all morning long. Top it all off with some fresh squeezed juice and you are good to go for the next few hours. Bring a snack like granola or a piece of fruit in case you get an energy lag before lunch.
One of the best things you can do for a vital, energy producing breakfast is make smoothies. All you need is fruit, some yogurt, and a good nut milk like almond or cashew milk. Some people like to use frozen fruit for added texture. You can do that by cutting the fruit up the night before and putting it in the freezer. It is a good idea to add a healthy vegan protein powder to the smoothie for extra energy. You will discover all sorts of vitalizing smoothie preparations you can make any morning for a great energy boost.