Best 4 Healthy Foods to Eat in Breakfast

Breakfast, as said by health experts, is considered the most important meal of the day. A healthy morning meal should include all the nutrients needed for the body to satisfy the inclination and set you up for all day long to take those intelligent decisions you need to make.

When you eat a well-balanced breakfast, it controls your cravings and boosts your energy.

Starting your day with a nutritious meal plate keeps your stomach full for hours and, in this manner, has health benefits.

1. Helps in Weight Loss by Preventing Overeating:

As the saying goes by Adele Davis, “EAT BREAKFAST LIKE A KING, LUNCH LIKE A PRINCE, AND DINNER LIKE A PAUPER” It is recommended to have a substantial yet nutritional breakfast instead of a large dinner to prevent Overeating later. It is also believed that people who eat big breakfasts tend to lose weight quicker than those who skip breakfasts as it helps them to cut their cravings.

2. Improves Concentration & Productivity:

Studies show that children and adults who don’t skip breakfast tend to perform better than those on an empty stomach. The morning meal helps you concentrate more, improves your memory and perform well academically.

3. Boosts Metabolism:

After fasting through the night for almost 10-12 hours, your metabolism slows down. When you skip your morning meal, you slow your body down and do not allow it to burn calories. Giving that body the morning meal, you choose to kick-start your metabolism and make wise choices throughout the day.

4. Keeps You in a Good Mood:

When you give your body the meal it wants to grow; it releases “endorphins” or feel-good hormones. It also helps you to relieve stress and anxiety.

5. Energizes the Body:

When you wake up and eat the first meal of the day, you break the fast of the entire night. It gives your body that meal which helps it to energize and boost the brain and make your muscles feel more robust.

Best 4 Healthy foods to start your day with:

A) Oatmeal: Oats are an instant meal that saves your time and effort to make a healthy breakfast and provides your body with fibre that is good for digestion and for fulfilling your craving. You can make yummy oatmeal by adding berries, bananas, nuts, maple syrup, chocolate chips, and even peanut butter.

B) Chia pudding: Chia seeds are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fibre, and protein that lower the bad cholesterol level, slow down the digestion process and make you feel full. You can pair them with different fruits, chocolate, peanut butter, coconut, maple syrup, berries, lemon, etc.

C) Whole wheat Bread: The proper carb intake for breakfast is vital. Whole-wheat bread gives you vitamins, minerals, and fibre. You can include avocados and chilli flakes, tuna, sliced turkey, chicken, and baked beans, along with a slice or two of toast.

D) Eggs: Eggs recipes like boiled or poached require less heat to cook; this helps retain most of the egg’s nutrients. Scrambled eggs, a Fried egg sandwich, and a quesadilla with scrambled eggs are some eggcellent ways to enjoy breakfast.


Breakfast is the best way to ‘break the fast’ by providing your body with the necessary nutrients and the energy to face the day ahead happily. Great healthy recipes are found online, including pancakes, blueberry muffins, peanut butter and banana cookie, fruits and other delicious items.

The bottom line is to have a healthy and well-balanced breakfast.


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