The One Food Everyone’s Eating at Breakfast

Ah, the beloved pancake. It’s a staple of weekend brunches with friends and Sunday morning stacks with family. Piled high and oozing syrupy goodness, it’s hard not to love flapjacks. But while they may be delicious, traditional pancakes are less than what you’d call a “healthy breakfast.”

Made with refined white flour and little else, pancakes offer minimal health benefits. Rather than filling you up with fiber and nourishing you with micronutrients, pancakes are loaded down with calories—especially if you’re eating these sugar-filled versions. And pancakes aren’t just unhealthy on their own—it’s also the “pancake syrup” you’re putting on top

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