There are many health benefits associated with eating breakfast. One study reports that people who regularly eat breakfast have been shown to eat twelve percent healthier throughout the rest of their day. Another study claims that eating breakfast everyday can make you thirty-four percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
The food one decides to eat for breakfast can vary greatly from person to person, especially when you’re thinking about what people outside of the U.S. prefer to eat to start their day off right. Breakfast sandwiches, cold cereal, coffee, eggs, fruit, and juice are all common breakfast choices for people living in the U.S. What about the rest of the world?
The following infographic from Chef Works will take you on a trip around the world, giving you a “taste” of what people cook and eat for breakfast in different countries. Grab your forks, grab your spoons, and dig in!