Intake of morning meal is a good and healthy habit if you’re observing your weight. Investigation shows that consistent breakfast eaters incline to be thinner and weight watchers are more effective at losing weight—and keeping it off—when they eat breakfast.
We will share some easy and healthy breakfast recipes with you which you can inculcate in your regular diet to have a good diet and also a positive effect on your weight! Let’s get started.
Oatmeal can aid you to drop weight in two ways. First, it’s filled with fiber and it keeps you feeling complete longer. Second, a current study reported that intake of breakfast made with “slow-release” celluloses—such as oatmeal or bran cereal—3 hours before you workout may help you burn more fat. How? Eating “slow-release” celluloses don’t spike blood sugar as high as eating advanced celluloses. In order, insulin levels don’t point as high. Because insulin plays a role in signaling your body to store fat, having lower blood sugar levels may help you burn fat.
2. Fruit and Yoghurt
Fruit and yogurt: A cup of plain, low-fat yogurt, a medium handful of fresh fruit, and a sprinkling of nuts, granola, bran or oatmeal are all you need. Sweeten to taste with honey, maple syrup or regular sugar. Most likely, by adding just enough sweet stuff to make it taste good, you’ll have less sugar in your yogurt than if you start with a pre-sweetened yogurt.
3. Healthy Banana Bread
This whole-wheat banana bread is so moist and delicious, you’d never know it’s guilt-free. Unsweetened applesauce replaces oil or butter and, instead of refined sugar, the loaf is sweetened with honey. Bake it over the weekend, then take slices with you on busy weekdays. For a boost of protein, spread with a tablespoon of peanut butter.
4. Scrambled Eggs With Beans, Tomatoes, and Pesto
Eggs, which are protein stars, are the foundation of this tasty, fiber-rich meal. Enjoy a healthy dose of vitamin C, lycopene, potassium, and folate, courtesy of the sweet grape tomatoes. A swirl of pesto adds a fresh, garlicky kick and vibrant color. Serve atop slices of whole-grain toast.
5. Almond Butter, Yogurt, and Fruit Parfaits
This coated dessert is the flawless on-the-run treat. Sliced baked almonds add an enjoyable crunch, and each bite is filled with sugary, juicy fruit. If you’re not an almond butter fan, switch in peanut butter or sunflower seed butter. You can also use agave nectar in place of the honey.
6. Fruit and Cheese
The yummiest thing on earth is cheese and I know you also agree on this. A balanced, easy-to-assemble make-ahead morning meal: Grab an apple, wrap 1 to 2 ounces of cheddar in plastic, and toss a ¼ cup of fiber- and protein-rich walnuts into a resealable plastic bag. This one is the best you can have in morning. Healthy and tasty!
7. Strawberry Protein Shake
In a cocktail shaker, mix a packet of vanilla or strawberry instant-breakfast powder (look for the no-sugar-added kind, such as Carnation) and 1 cup of low-fat strawberry cow’s milk or soy milk. (You can also mix this the night before.) If you have time, use a blender to add strawberries or a frozen banana, for extra fiber, and a scoop of protein powder, such as GeniSoy Natural.
8. Morning Pizza
9. Zucchini Bread Oatmeal
Turn a classically baked loaf into oatmeal with this recipe. Adding shredded zucchini is a great way to fit in an extra serving of veggies. Throw on a handful of toasted walnuts for some added crunch.
10. Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie
Smoothies are a perfect on-the-go snack any time of day. Blend frozen bananas, peanut butter, soy milk, Greek yogurt, honey, and a few ice cubes. If this is a morning snack, keep it in a tight-sealing container and throw it in a gym or work bag. For an afternoon boost, prep it the night before and freeze. Remove in the morning, and it will be thawed and ready to enjoy after lunch. Tip: Add a scoop of your favorite chocolate or vanilla protein for an extra protein boost.