As for what you eat for breakfast? “If you usually have sugar on your cereal, learning to live without will save you 96 kilojoules (23 calories) for every heaped teaspoon you ditch. That’s over two kilograms of sugar per year,” says Clare.
Furthermore, try packing in some of your daily servings of veggies as soon as you wake up. “Almost all of us fall short of meeting our vegetable requirements,” says accredited dietitian Joel Feren from Hearty Nutrition. “In fact, only six per cent of us eat our five recommended serves each day.”
Try incorporating vegetables into your breakfast by preparing a zucchini breakfast loaf or cauliflower muffins the day before. Alternatively, chop and throw a few of your favourite vegetables into an easy omelette.