I rarely do (unless you count coffee) and I know that is completely awful. Far too often, I will race out of the door with a cup of coffee in my hand and grab something on the way to wherever I am going. I have also fallen into the occasional fast food trap - grabbing a breakfast sandwich on the run. They are often less expensive and less healthy than a nice egg white omelet (unless you're in a corporate cafeteria with (slightly) lower prices) but I have often rationalized "well, it's better than nothing."
The healthiest breakfast I manage at home is a a combination of Silk soy yogurt and Go Lean Crunch cereal. I love that so much that I will eat for dinner on occasion. When I am out, I like big gung-ho breakfasts that I am not likely to make for myself at home. I tend to get some variation on the omelet or something outrageous that I know I should not have too much like the Bacon Waffles from Good Enough to Eat on 83rd and Amsterdam in Manhattan. In my defense, it is served with a side of fruit!
Everyone knows that they should eat breakfast. Studies have shown that adolescents who skip breakfast have a higher risk of being overweight and children who don't eat breakfast have a hard time concentrating in school. The news is not much different for adults: studies have shown that eating breakfast everyday can help you lose weight and keep it off.
So, I am curious about your breakfast habits. Do you eat breakfast everyday? What did you eat this morning?