This Is What Today's Most Successful Millennials Eat For Breakfast


We've said it before and we'll say it again: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

It kick-starts your metabolism, gives you energy and sets the tone for the entire day.

So in an effort to encourage more of you to eat breakfast -- OK, and we were also just really curious -- we got in touch with some of today's most successful Millennials to find out what they're noshing on in the morning.

We got a wide variety of answers, and we're very impressed by the morning routines of these young entrepreneurs.

Here's what super-accomplished Millennials eat for breakfast every day.

Leandra Medine, 26

When it comes to breakfast, the founder of the crazy popular fashion website Man Repeller is all about energy.

Can't argue with that reasoning.

Nicole Cogan, 26

As a result of serious food allergies, Cogan went on a mission to find the best gluten-free options at New York City's restaurants. Now she has a huge following on her blog, No Bread.

Unsurprisingly, she takes breakfast very seriously.

Yes. Bacon absolutely makes everything better.

Whitney Wolfe, 25

Wolfe is the founder of Bumble, a dating app that's a lot like Tinder, except it puts the girls in charge of making the first move.

As for breakfast, it's not exactly on her agenda on the moment.

Fair enough.

Jordan Younger, 25

After struggling with an eating disorder called orthorexia for years that developed as a result of stomach sensitivity, Younger started tracking her new lifestyle on her website The Balanced Blonde and just published her first book, "Breaking Vegan."

As for Younger's breakfast, it's pretty darn balanced.

Yeah... our breakfast doesn't hold a candle to that.

Nick Gray, 33

Gray is the founder of Museum Hack, a startup that changes the way museum tours are given.

In other words, he's on a mission to make the awesomeness of museums shine through in tours by taking an unconventional, creative approach.

He also takes an unconventional approach to breakfast.

Uh, can we get in on that?

Payal Kadakia, 32

It's pretty safe to say Kadakia is the queen of fitness these days... or at least the queen of getting people fit.

She founded ClassPass, giving people affordable access to boutique fitness studios all over the country.

As for her morning fuel...

We'll have what she's having.

Jac Vanek, 28

Fashion designer Jac Vanek doesn't mess around when it comes to her clothing, accessories, Instagram or breakfast.

Not gonna lie, that sounds pretty great (and energizing).

Bonus: Elite Daily's own Edin Veljovic, 24

From writing to managing and consulting, Elite Daily's Edin Veljovic needs all the energy he can get -- which is why when it comes to breakfast, he doesn't mess around.

Looks like we're going to have to ditch our daily bacon, egg and cheese bagel and start eating oatmeal and green stuff for breakfast.