What To Eat For Breakfast

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    • Publish Date: May 28 2016 5:19PM
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    • Updated Date: Jun 3 2016 7:05PM
What To Eat For Breakfast

Now you have no excuse to skip the most important meal of the day.

Skipping breakfast can lead to obesity. When you skip your morning meal, your stomach sends signals to your brain that it is empty, and you begin to experience hunger pangs. The longer you wait, the more your hunger grows. If you’ve skipped breakfast, you are more likely to reach out for unhealthy snacks such as convenience foods high in fat and sugar — like a candy bar, doughnut, burger or chips. Over time, this can contribute to weight gain

Protein

Protein Shake/Smoothie:  Shakes are quick to make and can often act as a meal replacement.  So don’t  make faces, when your mother  serves you a glass of banana shake or mixed fruit shake before you rush for your school bus. Packed juice, readily available in market, can be consumed at times.

Eggs: Eggs are a good source of protein. Have  boiled eggs or an omelette for breakfast if you are a non-vegetarian. Make a sandwich with bread or an egg roll with a chapati. 

Almonds & Nuts: Increase your protein and fat intake by mixing together nuts, almonds, pecans and raisins. You can munch the assortment on your way to school.

Peanut Butter:  Peanut butter is high in good fats, it also provides you with a good amount of protein. As a teenager, there’s nothing wrong in having a teaspoonful of peanut butter once in a while. You can also opt for normal butter in your breakfast.

Carbohydrates: 

Fruits: Your carb needs in the morning can be met with a variety of fruits. You can choose them according to your personal preference. Grapes, apples, watermelons, musk melons, guavas, oranges, bananas, pineapples, papayas... need we say more? 

Vegetables: If you are opting for eggs for breakfast, add more nutrition to it by packing it with veggies. Consider adding tomatoes, spinach, coriander leaves, broccoli or even mushrooms to your eggs the next time. There, you have your masala omelette!

Dairy:  Plain yogurt and cottage cheese are not only a great source of protein, but also have large quantities of carbohydrates and proteins. Is it any wonder your granny insists on serving dahi with aloo paranthas? They  provide up to 16 gm of protein with a good amount of carbohydrates. 

Cereal: If you are unwilling to have a platter of several kinds of foods for breakfast, go in for a cereal. A bowl of dalia, ‘sattu’, cornflakes or muesli can do wonders for your health. You can mix it with yogurt or plain milk. Top it with raisins and almonds if you like. 

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Harini MS NAGARJUNA VIDYANIKETAN

Breakfast is an integral part of every day. Without breakfast, we will become dull and cannot focus on anything. It is better we consume atleast one cup of porridge every morning. Eating breakfast will help prevent obesity.

Ambuja Rani Ryan International School

You wake up after a good sleep of around 8-10 hrs and you need something nutritious at the time. Because morning is the starting of the day and it depends on the start of the day......

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