Yes bacon. Many have avoided bacon for years now. While bacon is higher in saturated fat, the amount per serving is not that high. Also, there have been recent studies proving saturated fat intake may not be as detrimental to heart health as previously believed. I would still suggest not over consuming saturated fat if you are watching lipid levels. At 35 calories per slice, a couple of slices of real (preferably center -cut) bacon is not harmful to health or weight loss goals. Turkey bacon is fine if you prefer the taste, however, it’s higher in sodium, and about the same calories, so it’s not a necessary change to make in lieu of real bacon.
1-2 eggs any style, cooked in olive oil or a little butter, are a great source of protein to start your day. The yolks contain cholesterol but cholesterol in food does not affect lipid levels, the latest studies prove. Egg yolks can be a nutrition powerhouse, containing vitamins and minerals and antioxidants