Simple breakfast ideas


    Simple breakfast ideas


Baked Oatmeal

If you have never cooked oatmeal, you should try it! Baked Oatmeal is a classic dish, traditionally prepared with butter, milk and eggs. This oven-baked oatmeal recipe is a healthier version of the classic comforting breakfast of almonds, sweeteners, almond milk and fruit. And it's incredibly versatile: add nuts or dried fruits of your choice and use fresh fruits and berries.

Orange Juice

My morning is never complete without an orange juice. Oranges are the energy source of vitamin C and we are, of course, aware of it. However, the nature of citrus tends to eliminate toxins and kidney stones from the body. So, if you have this juice, your body system will be purged in the morning. Since your body is toxin-free, this juice rejuvenates and makes the skin more beautiful.
An orange juice and a vitamin can replenish your body with nutrients such as vitamins A, B, C, calcium, potassium, iron and magnesium.

Eggs

If you like scrambled eggs, poached or boiled eggs are an essential food for a variety of reasons. On the one hand, eggs provide the energy needed, much more than a cup of coffee on average! Studies of organic eggs, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals have shown that those who eat breakfast with eggs feel much more energetic than those who ate a high-carbohydrate meal. This keeps the blood sugar level constant and prevents insulin spikes.

Banana – Papaya Shake

With a serving of papaya, your diet will fulfil with over 200% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that boosts the immune system and prevents cancer. Papaya also has a high content of vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin K.
Bananas are a rich source of another vitamin. They contain vitamin B6, which is extremely beneficial for your body. You can reduce the risk of type II diabetes by regulating blood sugar. It also increases the production of red blood cells and protects against anemia.

Oats

We only use whole grain oats, rich in vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins B and E, iron and magnesium. Magnesium and vitamin B are important for strong nerves. Oatmeal also helps concentration and promotes healthy sleep by reaching melatonin in your brain.


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