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Best Healthy Breakfast Choices to Boost Energy

Many believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Not only does a healthy breakfast give you the necessary energy you need to complete daily tasks, but it also gives you a kickstart for the day. After sleeping for 8 hours, it is vital to break the fasting period and replenish your system with much-needed nutrients.

Opting for greasy bacon, fries, and eggs fried in oil isn’t the healthiest option and can result in high cholesterol levels, overweight, and heart disease. A healthy breakfast can help you avoid all these plus increase your concentration and memory throughout the day.

 

A good breakfast can include a lot more tasty ingredients than you might think. Here are a few delicious alternatives to bacon and eggs you simply must try!

FRUIT BOWL

A combination of different fruits can provide you with all the nutrients and vitamins you need to kickstart your day. Fruits like strawberries, cranberries, bananas, pineapples, watermelon, blueberries, and papaya are excellent combinations. Add raisins or dried berries for texture.

If you usually need something more substantial to fill you up, pair your fruit bowl with a plain fat-free Greek yogurt for a well-balanced breakfast.

 EGGS

It is well known that eggs are an excellent source of protein, and when prepared correctly, it can add to a healthy breakfast. One egg contains a considerable amount of vitamin D, which is great. But note that it also provides you with 60% of your daily cholesterol intake. The healthiest way to prepare an egg is by poaching or boiling, but scrambling it in a little bit of olive oil instead of butter is also an excellent alternative.

 OVERNIGHT OATS

If you haven’t heard of overnight oats, you will soon discover how easy it is to make and refreshing it is in the morning. Mix a cup of oats, a little bit of honey, fruits like cranberries, strawberries or nuts, milk, plain fat-free yogurt, and chia seeds in a container. Cover the container and leave the mixture in the refrigerator overnight.

In the morning, you can enjoy a deliciously refreshing bowl of cold overnight without any extra work. It’s an excellent grab-and-go breakfast for when you are running late.

OATMEAL

Oatmeal is a healthy fiber that is rich with potassium, folate, omega-3, and beta-glucan. Ultimately, Oatmeal can lower cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar levels. Breakfasts in which the main ingredient is fiber are an excellent healthy breakfast option. It doesn’t have to be oatmeal, though it is a steel-cut oat and therefore contains more fibers than other oats that are rolled.

And it’s so easy to make – cook one cup of oatmeal with one cup of water on a stovetop for about 5-minutes while stirring. Let the oats cool down and enjoy it with cold or warm milk. Don’t ruin the healthy treat by using sugar as a sweetener, opt for honey, nuts, and fruit.

COFFEE

Yes, you heard it – coffee. Not only does it taste great, coffee also gives you a natural energy boost because it contains many antioxidants. Everything in moderation, though. Avoid adding loads of creamers, sugar, and other extras. A strong black coffee without any sugar or milk is an excellent morning beverage.

WHOLEGRAIN BREAD AND AVOCADO

One whole grain piece of toast with a fresh slice (or two) of avocado is a great way to start the day. Add a little bit of ground pepper and lemon for taste and enjoy. The healthy fats from the avocado will keep you full for a long time, but if you are super busy throughout the day need some extra calories, you can add a boiled egg.

SMOOTHIES

You can get extra creative when it comes to smoothies. Load a smoothie machine with honey, yogurt, peanut butter, and fruits or even a protein shake substance and taste the goodness. Smoothies are healthy and can fill you right up. There are hundreds of smoothie recipes available online, and you can even experiment with your own.

TEA

Tea is another beverage filled with antioxidants. Again, this doesn’t include loading your cup of tea with sugars, creamers, and milk. Black, green, and white tea leaves boost the immune system and come in a variety of flavors and strengths.

Staying healthy is all about adapting your diet from greasy and fatty foods to healthy and clean alternatives. A healthy breakfast can still taste great – you don’t have to starve yourself by minimizing your food intake. As long as you make educated choices, you will feel more energized while still feeling full and satisfied.

Enjoy a fun and healthy breakfast!

 

 

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