Your morning sets your pace up and pretty much defines your day. So, what you eat within two hours of getting up matters a lot. Also, in the morning, you practically get out of a 10 to 12-hour fast. With an empty stomach, this state of the body helps get maximum nutrition out of foods that ordinarily give a hard time digesting them. 

Surprisingly enough, the same foods in the same quantity do not offer the same nutrition as other meals during the day. If you are struggling with developing a healthy routine and lifestyle, this is where you could start. Let us look at the list of the 10 best foods to eat every morning for our good health.

1. Oatmeal

One of the most nutritious breakfasts on earth is oatmeal. It has been seen to lower cholesterol levels. It contains antioxidants as well—both summing up to protect you against cardiovascular disorders. Oats contain a rare fibre called beta-glucan, which gives a long-lasting feeling of fullness. People with celiac disease make sure they go for gluten-free oats.

2. Green tea

Green tea is that go-to refreshing beverage for diabetes, photo-aged and acne-prone skin, weight loss, or a generally healthy lifestyle. It has just the correct amount of caffeine to get you going throughout the day and an antioxidant called EGCG. Take it before your morning workout or with a healthy breakfast.

3. Coffee

Coffee is a trendy breakfast item due to its caffeine content. It is deemed a healthy choice as well as it contains antioxidants. But adding cream or sugar is not a good idea for those looking for the health benefits of coffee.

4. Protein shake

A protein shake or a smoothie is the best way to have easily digestible, liquid protein nutrition. Before a workout or breakfast, whey protein in protein shakes helps build and maintain muscle mass and reduce calorie intake in the next meal. Depending upon the ingredients, smoothies are a great way to extract maximum and delicious nutrition from your favourite vegetables and fruits.

5. Chia seeds

Chia seeds are the answer if you are looking for a food item that provides maximum fibre. It absorbs water inside your gastrointestinal tract and increases GIT motility with longer-lasting feelings of satiety.

6. Nuts and nut butter

Nuts can be a good source of proteins for people who do not take animal protein in their diet. Moreover, nuts are rich in antioxidants, healthy fats, and minerals such as magnesium and potassium.

7. Berries

Fresh, tasty berries are all you need for a terrific start to the day. Berries, especially without added sugars, are high in fibre and antioxidants. They can be an excellent addition to your breakfast for maximum absorption and nutrition. The fun part is they can effortlessly go with cereal, yoghurt, or smoothie!

8. Flaxseed

Yoghurt or cereal with some sprinkled flaxseeds can be a small effort reaping a long list of benefits. Flaxseeds are a rich source of protein, fibre, and omega-three fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels, improve insulin sensitivity, and protect against myriads of diseases.

9. Eggs

Eggs, delicious and creative, are high-quality protein forms. Having them in breakfast is a great way to limit calorie intake throughout the rest of the day. Eggs lower LDL levels, raise HDL levels and contain choline. This way, they protect your nervous and cardiovascular systems. And you can have them on your way!

10. Cottage cheese

Full-fat cottage cheese is rich in linoleic acid, a fatty acid famous for its health benefits. It is high in protein and fibre. When eaten in the morning, cottage cheese takes care of your calorie intake throughout the day.

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