Want To Have A Healthy Breakfast? Try These Options

Some of the most popular breakfast items we consume aren't the finest choices. They may contain a lot of processed, poorly sustainable, and nutritionally inferior ingredients. There are some common breakfast options that you may substitute for that will provide you with the same satisfaction and more nutrition, keeping you energised all morning while making you feel fuller. Here are a few nutritious breakfast options. 

Plain Yogurt: Yogurt is a fantastic breakfast option, but many yoghurts contain ingredients that are questionable. Some yoghurts that have been sweetened contain almost as much sugar as ice cream. Eat plain yoghurt with fresh berries or bananas on top for sweetness rather than highly sweetened yoghurt. 

Oatmeal: A great substitute for boxed cereal that is convenient but frequently contains high levels of sugar and few nutrients is muesli. Even instant muesli, though, requires more time to prepare than just adding milk to a bowl of cold cereal. Because of this, overnight oats are the ideal option if you're always pressed for time in the morning.

Toasted Bread: Although cream cheese and bagels are delightful, they don't provide much nourishment and cream cheese can be very calorie and fat dense. Spread peanut, cashew, or almond butter on some high-fiber whole grain bread for a wholesome breakfast if you prefer something toasted and coated with something creamy. For one of your daily produce servings, add some apple slices, blueberries, or banana slices on top. 

Egg Muffin: Not the real egg muffin, but scrambled egg with cheese and vegetables that have been cooked in muffin tins. Baking a batch of these egg muffins or crustless mini quiches and keeping them in the freezer is a healthier alternative to buying a microwaveable breakfast sandwich or breakfast sandwich from a fast food establishment.  

Smoothies: Fruit smoothies aren't a bad option for breakfast, particularly if they don't contain any additional sweeteners, but they still contain a lot of naturally occurring sugars that can cause a sugar crash a few hours after eating. Smoothies made from vegetables, sometimes known as "green smoothies," will provide a variety of nutrients and help you avoid a mid-morning slump. 

Green Chia Pudding: Chia custard is another option to sugar-laden yoghurt and is made from chia seeds, which are high in fibre, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids. Chia seeds are often soaked in liquid to create the basic form of chia custard, but if you add some veggies to the mix, it takes on a more complex form. Fresh spinach and non-dairy milk are combined in this recipe for green chia pudding, which is then topped with fresh fruit.