Wake up to awesome mornings with breakfast at McDonald’s


Egg McMuffin

McDonald’s values the importance of having breakfast in the morning. A report carried out by the University of Edinburgh on behalf of the World Health Organization has stated that the habit of eating breakfast is a must to maintain a good lifestyle. When you have breakfast in the morning, it fuels your mind and body to accomplish daily tasks faster and with more energy, helping you feel like a champion throughout the day and ready to cheer ‘Hooray for Today!’

As a believer that breakfast is best, McDonald’s offers a variety of delicious breakfast choices that aren’t only value for your money but are also made with high-quality ingredients and prepared fresh – giving you the perfect satisfying meal to jumpstart your day. With any McDonald’s breakfast, you can enjoy your first meal of the day at your own pace – whether you prefer a nice sit-down meal or a convenient handheld sandwich, McDonald’s makes your morning even better.

One of the many McDonald’s breakfast items you can choose from is the menu-favorite, Egg McMuffin. What makes this sandwich loved by millions all over the world is its great taste, quality ingredients and careful preparation. From the freshly cracked Grade A egg, the lightly grilled Canadian bacon sourced only from industry trusted suppliers to the melty American-style cheese, all sandwiched between two perfectly toasted English Muffins – you will surely enjoy every bite of it. Best paired with Hash Browns and a cup of McCafe Premium Roast coffee, this iconic handheld sandwich is sure to get you going for the rest of the day.

Whether you are in a rush or have a few extra minutes to spare, enjoy your McDonald’s breakfast any way you want to – dine-in, take-out, drive-thru and McDelivery. You can now also pre-order your favorite breakfast meals at the night before.

At McDonald’s, it’s so easy to get into the breakfast habit, wake up in a good mood and cheer ‘Hooray for Today!’

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  • Kristoffer Atienza

    Huh? This is an all-time low in passing on consumer PR materials as news. You can do better than this.

  • go88

    Mc donald breakfast healthy???? Joke lang?

  • WeAry_Bat

    Ha?  The menu hasn’t changed in 3 years.  I thought it had vegetables.

    • Semplang

       they should have just copy our jolly bee……..RICE  + SUNNY SIDE + LONGGANISA… yummy

      • WeAry_Bat

        Hehe still cholesterol++ :D

  • RamBoDan

    The ads is telling us to eat breakfast…to “break the fast” not necessarily you go to McDo to eat…my wife goes drive thru for coffee everyAM @McDo…

  • kismaytami

    Sana may careful preparation din ang steam/fried rice, may mga butil pa kasi ng bato. Yes bato, as in stone.

  • anu12345

     “McDonald’s values the importance of having breakfast in the morning”

    I like breakfast in the evening better

  • Bar

    Any journalistic integrity which this newspaper professes to hold has been severely compromised by this shamefully biased article. The attempt to hijack a University of Edinburgh study and use it as propaganda in order to justify the mass processed egg Mcmuffin is not only a disgrace but also an insult to the reader. Both the writer and “lifestyle” editor should be sacked.

    • Jao Romero

      this is a press release article, what did you expect?

      also, if you read closely, the report cited was only quoted as “the habit of eating breakfast is a must to maintain a good lifestyle. ” which is certainly true. nothing was said about McDonald’s bfast meals being healthy. clever name dropping and a bit of manipulation without ever misrepresenting facts. readers with poor comprehension would ofc misread and fall for the misdirection.

      these type of articles are paid for btw, and act as “disguised ads.” the company just don’t want it to appear as blatant ads and prefers to parade it as “news” to add credibility, thereby, the decision to issue a press release article instead of an ad placement. but make no mistake. press releases are ads.

      • Elle Oh

        “clever name dropping and a bit of manipulation without ever misrepresenting facts. readers with poor comprehension would ofc misread and fall for the misdirection.”

        Wow! If only readers are as smart as you are in detecting if this is in fact a press release or an ad placement. Clearly, you underestimate the power of media on educating the population regarding healthier eating habits.

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