10 healthy foods for your breakfast
Despite what we used to hear about the importance of breakfast (“breakfast like a king), eating when you wake up isn’t necessary for everyone. Skipping the breakfast is much better than eating unhealthy foods.
During the morning, it is important to eat the right foods in order to provide your body with the fuel it needs and to prevent you from eating too much during the rest of the day.
Eggs are rich in protein and in important nutrients. A study has shown that eating eggs for breakfast helps reduce appetite, reduce the calories intake for the next meal and helps to maintain blood sugar levels.
The Greek yogurt is rich in protein, increase the feeling of fullness and may help to lose weight (study). Add berries or other fruits to your yogurt to enjoy more vitamins, minerals, and fibers!
Drinking a cup of coffee is a good way to begin the day! Coffee is rich in antioxidants which may help to reduce inflammation and diabetes. Caffeine, even in small amount, can improve your mood and mental performance and can help you burn more fat.
For the cereal lovers, oatmeal is the better choice. Oatmeal is rich in beta-glucan fibers which reduces cholesterol and increase the feeling of fullness. Moreover, it contains a lot of antioxidants and protein.
Chia seeds are rich in fibers and antioxidants which may decrease the risk of inflammations and other diseases.
Rich in fibers and antioxidants, berries don’t contain a lot of calories and may also decrease the risk of diseases.
Nuts are rich in nutrients, may reduce the risk of heart diseases and improve blood sugar control.
Green tea contains an antioxidant called EGGG which brings a lot of benefits to your brain and nervous system.
Most of the fruits are rich in vitamins, potassium, and fiber. It contains also antioxidants which help to reduce diseases risks.
Flaxseeds, with their high content in fiber, may help you to feel full, improve insulin sensitivity and reduce blood sugar levels.