What’s The Healthiest Breakfast Possible?

A question you may have considered as you munch away on your jam on toast and sip your morning coffee, although it was nothing more than a fleeting thought.

But with recent debates towards whether breakfast is even necessary at all, the answer is an interesting one.

There has been a shift in the emphasis of the importance of breakfast, we no longer think it’s the essential meal of the day and many skip it.

Marcela Fuiza, A spokesperson for the British Diabetic Association explains to The Independent, “Research has shown that people who eat breakfast lose weight more successfully, and keep it off, and have reduced risk of certain diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.”

So back to the healthiest breakfast possible, there’s lots of possibilities.

We’ve explored what nutritionists and registered dietitians tend to eat. Despite the diversity in their breakfast options, there was aways a presence of fats and proteins as well as carbs.

Poached eggs with avocado followed by a serving of oats would definitely qualify as one of the best. This meal provides you with a mix of healthy macronutrients to keep you satiated until lunch plus it’s packed with vitamins and minerals.

Adding a small serving of salmon (arguably one of the world’s healthiest foods) to your plate of eggs and avocado would add even more beneficial nutrients, including omegas oils and astaxanthin. Although we admit this one’s not the most achievable to have every day.

More Breakfast Ideas

An image of a healthy breakfast consisting of oats topped with banana and blueberries.

  1. Overnight Oats Fruit Combo

An easy one you simply have to pull out of the fridge the following morning. Combine oats, almond milk, chia seeds and a fruit combo of choice to a sealed container and leave in the fridge overnight.

An image of a healthy breakfast including mixed berries and greek yoghurt.

  1. Greek Yoghurt & Berries

Greek Yoghurt is an excellent source of protein while berries are full of antioxidants and nutrients.

A close up image of oats, a healthy option for breakfast.

  1. Oats followed by Egg Whites

A morning staple to the world of bodybuilding, providing a nutritional complex carb source and also lean protein, a great start to the day.

An image of a healthy breakfast consisting of a green smoothie.

  1. A Green Smoothie

A concoction of chia seeds for fibre, greek yoghurt for protein, spinach and a mix of colourful fruit and topped up with almond milk.

Stay tuned for more nutrition tips coming in our summer cleanse guide!


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