Definition:  from break (v.) + fast (n.). Cf. Fr. déjeuner "to breakfast," from L. dis-jejunare "to break the fast."
People around the world eat different things for breakfast:
- In the United States, people usually eat pancakes, waffles, toast, eggs or bagels for breakfast.
- In Canada, people usually eat maple cured bacon, fried potatoes, maple-infused beans, eggs, toast, pancakes and maple syrup or hot oatmeal for breakfast.
- In the United Kingdom, a large breakfast is served; usually bread, tea, egg, bacon, ham, fruits, baked beans on toast and sometimes vegetables.
- In France, people usually eat a very light meal; often bread and coffee with milk.
- In Asia, most people eat rice instead of bread. They also sometimes eat porridge.
We should plan our breakfast which must contains vitamin and protein along with balanced nutrition and wellness like cereal.