"breakfast is the most important meal of the day"
"eat breakfast like a King, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper" (Adelle Davis)
Perhaps these words of wisdom have some scientific basis?
Several studies have found that people who eat breakfast have better weight outcomes and are often of a normal weight, less irritable, more alert and productive, and are less likely to snack on unhealthy foods.
Quite often I have heard friends who do no eat breakfast cite reasons such as time or saying they feel hungry sooner in the morning.
The hunger is your metabolism at work and is most likely an 'overreaction' at first because you have famined for so long! I found that when I re-introduced breakfast, I needed a mid-morning snack but that need soon went away.
As for time, well, come on! I am not talking about a three course meal! Muesli is a great breakfast and super quick.
Other more elaborate options may take some creative strategies to achieve.
Consider preparing the night before. Set the table and pre-cut/layout the items you need for the morning. Put the coffee and sugar in the cup on the side with the spoon...so in your pre-coffee daze you can prepare breakfast 'production line' style!
Some of the better options for breakfast:
Baked Beans on toast
Cheese and tomato grilled on toast
Vegemite and cheese on toast
Ham and tomato on toast
Porridge (sorry guys, the real stuff not processed instant!)
Scrambled eggs/poached eggs/boiled eggs
If you feel the need for that mid morning snack - a piece of fruit is super portable and refreshing.
A handful of nuts such as cashews of almonds
Could do a 'trail mix' of nuts fruit
Piece of cheese
Most importantly make it small, make it real. This is not to replace a meal - just bridge it