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Healthy Breakfast Choices


Healthy Breakfasts
Eat breakfast. It helps you refuel and people who eat it tend to be healthier than those who don`t.
By eating a healthy breakfast you improve your chances of being a healthy weight and boost your energy levels.
People who eat breakfast every day tend to be healthier and slimmer, as they're not tempted to eat an unhealthy snack mid-morning. 
Research shows that children who eat breakfast perform better and have fewer behavioral problems in school.
A good breakfast has a lot of health benefits and can be quicker and easier than you might think.
A healthy breakfast could consist of wholegrain cereals or breads, fruit, skimmed or semi-skimmed milk, and 100% fruit juices.
Here are 4 suggestions for a healthy start to your day:
Porridge with dried fruits
Serving size: 50g with 125ml of semi-skimmed milk.
Health benefits: oats reduce cholesterol and are rich in fibre, which is good for digestion. Oats also release energy slowly, making you feel fuller for longer, and the milk in porridge contributes calcium.
Weight-loss tip: substitute semi-skimmed milk with half milk and half water.
2. Muesli, fruit and yoghurt
Serving size: 50g with 125ml of semi-skimmed milk.
Health benefits: wholegrains are rich in fibre, making you feel full and improving your digestion. By adding fruit, you're eating one of your five-a-day portions. Yoghurt provides calcium, protein and fat, making this a balanced way to start the day.
Weight-loss tip: substitute semi-skimmed milk with skimmed and use low-fat yoghurt.
3. Wholegrain breakfast cereal
Serving size: 50g with 125ml of semi-skimmed milk.
Health benefits: many breakfast cereals are fortified with vitamins and minerals.
Weight-loss tip: add a portion of fruit to your cereal for one of your five-a-day.
4. Boiled eggs with wholemeal toast
Serving size: two eggs and one slice of wholemeal toast.
Health benefits: eggs are rich in protein, and vitamins A, D, B12 and E. They're also a rich source of zinc and calcium. There are nine types of essential amino acids that the body cannot make and has to get through food. Eggs are one of the few foods that contain all nine types of essential amino acids.
Weight-loss tip: don’t use any spread on the toast.