Healthiest Morning Foods to Eat

Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day. It helps you recharge and refuel for the day. It’s a known fact that kids and adults who eat a healthy breakfast tend to perform better at school//work, have more energy and focus better. Scientifically if a person skips eating nutrients early in the day they are likely to not compensate for it throughout the day.

More or less everyone eats breakfast, however, not everyone eats a healthy breakfast. Often it’s a meal that’s consumed in rush before heading out for the day. As a result of an incomplete breakfast, people tend to become irritable and tired. Get healthy with our list of healthy breakfast meals:

Oatmeal

  • Oatmeal: A delight for cereal lovers, oatmeal contains a unique fiber called beta-glucan. The fiber is known to reduce cholesterol and promote a feeling of fullness. Oats are gluten free, rich in anti-oxidants, helps decrease blood pressure and promote a healthy heart. A cup of oatmeal contains 6gms of protein, the same quantity of steel cut oats provides twice as much protein.
  • Greek YogurtGreek Yogurt: Made by straining whey and other liquids of yogurt, Greek yogurt is more concentrated in protein. Protein is known to make the body feel fuller for longer, reduce hunger significantly and increase metabolic rate. Certain Greek Yogurts Greek yogurt are a rich source of probiotics, such as Bifidobacterium, which are known to keep the gut healthy. Adding fresh fruits or using Greek yogurt in smoothies is a healthy breakfast option.
  • CoffeeCoffee: The good old coffee is on this list, no prizes for guessing! :-) High in caffeine, coffee is known to improve alertness, mood, and mental performance. It is also known to increase metabolic rate and burn fat.
  • Eggs: Eggs are the most loved American breakfast. Egg yolks contain antioxidants -lutein and zeaxanthin which help prevent eye disorders like cataracts and macular degeneration. They are known to aid the feeling of fullness, helping in reduction of calorie intake and maintain steady blood sugar and insulin levels.
  • Mixed Berries SmoothieBerries: These bright, colorful and flavorful fruits are known for their many health benefits. They are high in antioxidants and polyphenols, which help fight chronic disease and cancer. They’re lower in sugar than most fruits, yet higher in fiber. In fact, raspberries and blackberries each provide an impressive 8 grams of fiber per cup. We say eat as many as you can.
  • Green TeaGreen Tea: Considered to be the healthiest beverage in the world, it provides only 35–70 mg of caffeine per cup, which is about half the amount in coffee and yet promote alertness and metabolic rate. Rich in an antioxidant known as EGCG, it protects the brain, nervous system and heart from damage. Include a cup of green tea in your breakfast.

Whether you choose to eat breakfast or not it will always be a personal choice and preference. However, we highly recommend if you do, make sure you start it with the right choices.

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