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Dr. Travis Stork from The Doctors talks about Life Lessons and BIG DAY prep

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WHEN YOU PREPARE THE NIGHT BEFORE A BIG DAY YOU SET YOURSELF FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.  MANY PEOPLE SET OUT GYM BAGS, PACK LUNCHES, PLAN THEIR OUTFITS, BUT DON’T THINK AHEAD ABOUT BREAKFAST.  HERE WITH US TODAY IS DR. TRAVIS STORK, HOST OF THE AWARD-WINNING TALK SHOW, THE DOCTORS.

 

1.    CAN YOU SHARE SOME OTHER SIMPLE TIPS ON HOW YOU PREPARE FOR SUCCESSFUL DAY?

2.    TELL US MORE ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF STARTING YOUR DAY WITH THE COMBINATION OF PROTEIN AND GRAINS?

3.    WHAT ARE SOME OTHER INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF STARTING YOUR DAY WITH BREAKFAST?

4.    WHERE CAN WE GET MORE ADVICE ON PREPARING FOR A BIG DAY?

 

Dr. Travis Stork is a huge proponent of preparing the night before not only a big day, but every day, and advises you to instill a nightly ritual to take the stress off morning decisions like what to wear and what to eat to keep the focus on what’s ahead. He also shares the importance of starting any day with a nutritious breakfast full of protein and grains, like Kellogg’s cereal and milk*. A bowl of cereal and milk* can provide at least 8 grams of protein, making it the easy choice that’s nutritious and tasty.

Dancing on stage for the first time, gearing up for a presentation at work, or preparing for an important moment at school are all major milestones for you and your family. A little preparation can go a long way in getting ready for the big day, and setting your family up for success.

Experts say when you prepare the night before, you set yourself up for a better tomorrow. Thinking about breakfast should be part of planning ahead, because breakfast can provide you with the nutrients you need to have a successful day. 

 

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