How to make an energetic and healthy breakfast


At breakfast it is necessary to eat well and gather energy to face the day in top form. The appropriate source of energy comes from slow-absorbing carbohydrates found in products such as slices of whole grain bread, mueslis and cereal flakes, cookies or cakes made with whole wheat flour and vegetable oils, or puffed rice cakes. These foods provide fiber and valuable B vitamins. Dairy products, preferably fermented such as yogurt or kefir, or some slices of soft cheese on bread, are good sources of protein, as well as soy drinks or yogurts.

Steps to follow:

One.Nuts provide quality essential fatty acids, vitamin E, minerals and very important trace elements such as zinc and magnesium, which regulate states of sadness. Other foods rich in carbohydrates such as figs, bananas, and dates are also indicated.

Two.Fresh fruit or freshly blended juice is essential for its richness in antioxidant vitamins A and C. A very appropriate option is to take just a dose of royal jelly and a freshly made juice, we can also add some almonds, a glass of yogurt that can be skimmed and a teaspoon of pure honey. If intellectual work is to be done, it should be seasoned with a few teaspoons of pollen and lecithin.

3.Among the mistakes that should be avoided, the main one is skipping breakfast or replacing it with an exciting drink like coffee. The excitants generate unnecessary stress on the body and provide energy of short duration. Later, a momentary drop in glucose can occur, causing an overload on the brain that triggers anxiety, dizziness, loss of attention and other symptoms.

4.Another mistake that should be avoided at breakfast is overloading ourselves with heavy and excessively fatty foods, which slow down and load digestion, and cause a feeling of drowsiness.



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