Healthy Breakfast Ideas

HEALTHY BREAKFAST IDEAS
Healthy Breakfast Ideas
Healthy Breakfast Ideas

39 HEALTHY BREAKFAST IDEAS

Same again if you didn’t catch breakfast, plenty of protein is key to losing weight .
Being the first meal of the day gives it importance as you’ve not eaten for a while. It should provide you with carbohydrates for energy, protein to help muscle growth and maintenance, with healthy fats, to feel satisfied.
Breakfast should be around 5 or 6 hundred calories

To aid in weight loss or weight maintenance, it’s smart to take calorie count into consideration. If breakfast is your biggest meal of the day, then 500 or 600 calories might be appropriate.

HEALTHY BREAKFAST IDEAS.

Increase whole grains, healthy fats, beans, eggs, etc.

 

Healthy Breakfast Foods.

Make your morning meal a personal time built around a healthy breakfast.

Build your morning meal around healthy breakfast foods. Pick food with High Protein and fibre but relatively low in fat

Healthy Breakfast Shopping List

  • Non-fat Greek yogurt
  • Eggs
  • Egg whites
  • Low fat turkey breakfast sausage
  • Steel cut oats or plain oatmeal
  • Lean ground turkey
  • Skimmed  or low fat milk if you’d rather.
  • Whole grain bread
  • Whole grain cereal
  • Seasonal berries
  • Bananas
  • Apples
  • Fresh salsa
  • Spinach

Keep a supply so that you can put a satisfying breakfast together in a few minutes each morning.


Breakfast Foods to Avoid

Sugary cereals

Bagels

  • Pastries and other sweet baked goods
  • Juice
  • Flavoured coffee creamers (even the fat-free varieties!)
  • Breakfast bars
  • Single-serving flavoured oatmeal packets.

By preparing your own breakfast you can control the calories and nutrients.

It’s easy to start the day with protein rich Greek yoghurt and some fruit or half a cup of berries.

or a bowl of oatmeal id you would rather something plain.

If you do follow one of the healthy breakfast recipes, it’s helpful to have a few cooking tools on hand. If you cook eggs, make sure you have a non-stick skillet. That way you don’t have to use oil or butter when you scramble or fry them. I also keep chicken stock in the refrigerator. When I make omelettes, I use the stock instead of olive oil or butter to saute flavourful onions or shallots to add to the filling.  And if you like oatmeal, make a big pot of oats just once during the week. Then portion it out into single serving containers to keep in the refrigerator and heat in the microwave each morning. Reheated oats are also very healthy.

Eat a Healthy Fast Food Breakfast

If you’re caught hunting for breakfast on the road, you have a few options. Many restaurants offer fresh fruit, oatmeal or Greek Yogurt. If you’re only choices are fast food, use these guides.

Finally, fruit and veg mix smoothies are probably the easiest most convenient, tasty way to have a nutritional breakfast. Especially if you’re in a hurry.

Remember, with just a little bit of planning, it’s easy to make a healthy breakfast that will keep you feeling full and satisfied. Keep your pantry and refrigerator stocked with the best breakfast foods and use healthy cooking tips to keep calories and fat in control.

  • Try Eating High-Protein and High-Fiber Snacks If You’re Always Hungry.