Breakfast Options

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Breakfast is touted to be the most important meal of the day. You should give your body at least 300 to 500 calories in your first meal of the day. But just the number of calories is not important. You should eat the right types of foods that provide you with all the vital nutrients.

In addition, you have to eat foods that keep you feeling satiated for a long time. They have to re energize your body after a long break and provide fuel for daily tasks.  So let’s take a look at some healthy breakfast options.





Cereals are a very good choice for breakfast. Muesli is an excellent choice and is also a low GI food. Oats and porridge are also a very healthy option. They are high in fiber and have a medium GI.

If you are looking to cut down on fat content, eat these healthy cereals with skimmed milk or low fat yogurt. You can add fruits like apples or bananas to it also. So this meal gives you fiber and other essential nutrients like calcium, potassium, protein, etc.

You can have some fruits with low fat yoghurt also. Add 1 tablespoon honey and throw in some roasted nuts as well as dates for extra nutrition.Fruits that you can use for breakfast are berries, grapefruit, peaches, apples, pears, strawberries, kiwis and oranges. These taste good with yogurt and also have a low GI.

The high fiber content will make you feel satisfied for a longer period of time. You can make a fruit smoothie using the same fruits. Just add some low fat yogurt or skimmed milk.

. This meal is high in proteins as well as fiber. A great start for your day.







You cannot forget eggs as a breakfast option, they are a universal favorite. Scrambled, poached, boiled, or an omelet. All very healthy options!! If you are worried about the cholesterol, you can remove the yolk and eat the egg whites that are high in proteins. Eat your eggs with whole wheat toast and add some fruit on the side for variety. Your breakfast cannot get any healthier.











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