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Low in fat and high in protein, tuna packs the kind of nutritional punch to carry you through to lunchtime. It’s even high in Omega-3 fatty acids and essential amino acids! To start your day with this ingredient, try a tuna cheese omelet, which features a quarter cup of tuna alongside eggs, mushrooms, olives and green onion.
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High in vitamin C, potassium, folate and vitamin K, tomatoes are also the main dietary source of heart-healthy lycopene. Add them to scrambled eggs, omelets or your favorite quiche! You could also give a classic appetizer a morning spin in breakfast bruschetta, featuring chopped tomatoes atop English muffin halves.