You probably already know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, as Vogue magazine points out, are we eating the right foods?
Eggs – Full of protein and vitamins B12, B2 and A, eggs also contain choline, an essential nutrient for the development and functioning of the brain. Protein, on the other hand, produces energy that keeps you full and less hungry for longer.
Peanut butter – If we eat it moderately peanut butter is a great ally for maintaining cardiovascular health. It can stabilize blood sugar levels and promote satiety for long periods of time.
Complex carbohydrates – Wholemeal bread, granola or oats. This variant of carbohydrates based on whole grains includes high amounts of fiber, responsible for gradually releasing glucose into the bloodstream, being a great source of energy.
Avocado – Avocado is rich in vitamins and more than 20 minerals, in addition to monounsaturated fats and omega-3s. Only a portion included 8% of the recommended daily dose of fiber, in addition to having numerous benefits for the digestive system and vision.
Do you eat these foods for breakfast?