Most of the people in these Blue Zone regions eat largely plant-based diets. Substituting your typical egg scramble in the morning with tofu, greens, and other veggies can help give you plenty of lean, plant-based protein and fiber.
Oats are one of the healthiest breakfasts you can eat for a longer life, mainly due to their high levels of fiber. Fiber has been linked to helping prevent hypertension, diabetes, dementia, and other age-related diseases.
Salmon and other fatty fish are common among the Blue Zone communities. This smoked salmon sandwich gives you plenty of omega-3 fatty acids for a healthy heart, and a boost of fiber from the whole grain bread.
The longest-living people in the world make sure to eat plenty of vegetables at every meal. With this veggie frittata, you can personalize it with your favorite vegetables while getting protein from the eggs as well.
You may not associate a burrata platter with breakfast, but why not give it a try? This platter gives you fiber, protein, and fresh greens, all of which are an important part of the Blue Zone diet.
This is another great oatmeal recipe that will give you plenty of fiber to start your morning off right. Not only will you get a delicious fiber boost, but you can also use peanut butter for protein and healthy fat.
Beans are one of the healthiest foods you can eat and are an important staple in all of the Blue Zone regions. This black bean omelet gives you a nice boost of fiber and protein for a healthy start to your day.
If you're in a hurry and need a quick breakfast, this smoothie beats the McDonald's drive-through. Greek yoghurt has protein, coconut has healthy fat, and dark chocolate has antioxidants.
Here's another delicious omega-3-rich salmon breakfast recipe. Adding asparagus to your diet is important for the world's healthiest people.