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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day because it is the first meal we eat after we waking up, your breakfast should give you enough energy to start your day tirelessly and at the same time, it should contain nutrients to improve your health. When you eat breakfast rich in fats, you get the amount of energy you require to kick start your day, but your body is not able to get essential nutrients from the breakfast because only one nutrient is in abundance in your breakfast– fats. Also, the saying “excess of everything is bad” is applicable to nutrients including fats too. Consuming too much fats and carbohydrates increases your insulin levels and increase your waist size!
So, you should eat a low-fat breakfast which is rich in a number of nutrients, but do not contains any nutrient in excess. Some choices for a healthy low-fat breakfast are:
Poha is made from dried rice flakes. Fermentation taking place during the process of drying enriches the poha with good-for-your-health bacteria. Poha can be mixed with a number of ingredients to prepare a breakfast loaded with nutrients and energy. The benefits of eating poha in your breakfast are:
Ragi is one of the most nutrient-rich cereal grains grown in India. Ragi flakes are full of proteins, fibers, amino acids, and vitamins. It is not surprising that more and more people are adopting it as daily meal. The benefits of including ragi flakes in your breakfast are:
Corn flakes provide a lot of health benefits and are most widely used in breakfast than any other healthy food. It is rich in carbohydrates and fiber, making it a great option to consider for your breakfast.
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