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Healthy Breakfast for an Energetic Day

balanced diet

Most talked and debatable topic by Homemakers is ‘How to go about the Healthy diet.’ Unlike what you see in magazines and TV shows, healthy eating is easy.

Each person’s’ daily nutritional requirements are different. All Mothers, Fathers, Children and Grandparents can follow these simple tips. Balance is the key to a healthy diet, which means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions maintains a healthy body weight. Here are ideas for women seeking a balanced diet for good health.

Swap Carbs to Protein

Kick start your day by following some simple Breakfast rules.

Rule: No Skipping Breakfast!

Whatever be it, don’t skip breakfast as it sets your blood sugar level. Skipping breakfast will lead you to choose the wrong foods later in the day.

Protein boosts metabolism, reduces hunger and appetite. In other words, you end up eating less for the rest of the day by choosing Protein for Breakfast. Also, you can spread your protein intake throughout the day by eating protein with every meal.

Healthy Foods

Balanced diet isn’t complex and bland as it has been portrayed. Taste and Health go together as an additional bonus.

A protein breakfast is easy to prepare.

1. Top your morning toast with scrambled egg, a slice of shallow grilled salmon or ham and when you do have a little more time enjoy an omelette

2. Having a banana milkshake or any fruit juices with your morning portion is a quick and tasty way to start your day

3. Aim for at least two sandwiches a week. Grab interesting protein veggies such as sprouts, peas, mushroom, sweet corn, broccoli. Sandwich or Salad them once a week

4. For a healthy choice, spread Peanut butter instead of chocolate spreads

Some of the Protein-rich foods that you can consider are Egg, Milk, Cheese, Curd, Fish- Tuna & Salmon, Meat-Chicken, Peanut Butter, Nuts, Wheat, Fruits- avocado, guava, peaches, pomegranates, oranges, bananas & Vegetables.

 

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