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Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Quit believing in myths and start getting real. Rev up your metabolism naturally through food and workouts.  Clock your meals and sleep patterns at a definite time allowing your body adapt to the patterns to show results. Avoid yo-yo diets or crash diet and stick to your normal routine. Instead know the foods that you eat and learn healthy eating habits for a faster metabolism.

Here are a few breakfast ideas for you

Eggs: Poached eggs with a glass of milk and a multi grain toast. Eggs & milk provide with protein and important minerals like calcium , phosphorous etc. Toast providing some carbohydrate & fibre to keep you full of energy and a hormone boost. Variations with spinach and olive oil will make it more nutritious. Scrambled, boiled, half boiled, omelette and baked are healthy options. Avoid fried egg as it will add in increasing the cholesterol level.

Sandwiches: Tuna, chicken, cottage cheese, egg provide you good amount of protein, vitamins like B12, niacin, B6 and minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc. Vegetable sandwiches provide the body with carbohydrates and important vitamins and minerals like b-complex, selenium.  Eat a seasonal fruit to make it more nutritious. Avoid butter or cream, mayonnaise or continental sauces, fats and white breads.

Beverages: For beverages we have plenty of options present from coffee and tea which help in revving up your metabolism. Green tea iced and hot will help fight free radicals and help in skin glow. Buttermilk for protein and calcium for bones and will help you stay hydrated.Fresh  citrus fruit juice contain vitamin c helps to boost up the immunity along with more absorption of iron in the body.  Dont add sugar to your drinks and drink tea or coffee without milk.

Cereals: Oatmeal, wheat flakes, rice flakes, cracked wheat provide energy, carbohydrate. Vitamins like thiamine, riboflavin are present in them along with minerals like iron, calcium along with fibre. Have it as porridge, upma, vegetable poha.

Fruits: Eat a combination of citrus and yellow orange coloured fruits to meet the requirements of vitamin c and vitamin a respectively. Mix it with cereals or yogurt to make it more nutritious. Have more of it if you still feel hungry.

Yogurt: Have a portion of yogurt for protein and vitamin C. Mix some fruits along with nuts and seed to make it more nutritious. It is also beneficial for important vitamins and minerals.

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