We all have heard it said before that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but despite this assertion, many of us are simply “too busy” to make sure we get a healthy breakfast in us. But if you want to reach your optimum level of health, it will be important that you make sure to eat something at the start of the day – and even if you are “too busy,” there are a lot of options for eating a healthy breakfast on the go.If you want to eat your breakfast on the go, you will need food that you can take with you in the car or on the subway – but this does not just mean you have to bring a bagel or a muffin along! Fruit is one of the best ways to get your body going at the start of the day, as it is healthy for you and will start you off with the energy that is necessary for moving forward in your day. You can also take the time at night to prepare food that will be both healthy and easy to bring with you, such as breakfast sandwiches (using regular toast, or using something like a bagel or an english muffin) or hard-boiled eggs. A lot of people also have leftovers from their dinners, but they do not think of these as “breakfast foods,” and so they leave these leftovers in the refrigerator and end up skipping breakfast altogether – but there is nothing wrong with bringing “dinner” leftovers for your breakfast! When you finish dinner, load some of the leftover food in a tupperware, and the next morning you will have something that is easy to bring with you and either heat up when you get to work or eat cold on your way in! You can already distinguish between “healthy” foods and “unhealthy” foods without any help; now, you just need to make sure you are making the effort to bring some of these “healthy” foods with you so you can start your day off the right way!