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It sets the stage for the way our blood sugar behaves the rest of the day. It’s what fuels our mind and our muscles. Plus, registered dietician Elizabeth Shaw says people who eat protein in the morning feel fuller, longer, and are less likely to overeat. So, start your day with 30 grams of protein. That’s about what you’d get from a cup of non-fat Greek yogurt and 20 almonds.