Posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Skipping breakfast is becoming a part of life for many. A very unhealthy thing to do, one should remember that breakfast is breaking the fast after a many hours of sleep. Not having breakfast is denying the body the energy it needs for the rest of the day. If the time is the constraint to have a good breakfast, here are some healthy breakfast options you can make in a matter of minutes.
A great breakfast option, oats only takes a few minutes cook. A rich source of omega-3 fatty acids,fibre, foliate and potassium, it also helps lower one’s cholesterol levels and keeps the heart and tummy healthy.
A delicious source of protein, egg is indeed a super food. If you are on diet, you can choose to eat only egg whites.
Packed with nutrients, bananas contain dietary fiber, vitamin c, potassium and manganese. It also keeps your stomach feeling comfortably full and your body, energetic.
A healthy option for people suffering from diabetes, broken wheat is rich in complex carbohydrates and fibre that’s beneficial for the whole body.
Tea is a heart-friendly beverage that keeps you alert, hydrated and is a great source of immunity boosting anti-oxidants. All kinds of tea - black, green or white – are good, green being the healthiest of all.
A blend of fresh fruit(s) and yoghurt is one of the healthiest drinks you can have as it contains all the goodness of the fruit used and also probiotics from the yoghurt.
Whole grains breads are full of nutrients, including protein, fibre, vitamin B and antioxidants.Studies prove that eating whole grains will drastically reduce the possibilities of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity.
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