Top 5 most healthy breakfasts for every day

An ide­al break­fast should con­sist of pro­teins and car­bo­hy­drates that sup­port and sat­u­rate the body with the nec­es­sary nutri­ents, as well as add strength and give a boost of ener­gy. In addi­tion, break­fast should be nutri­tious. Here are some food options for a healthy start to the day.

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1. Oatmeal with dried fruits

  • 4 table. table­spoons of oat­meal
  • glass of milk 2% fat
  • 1 table. a spoon­ful of dried fruit
  • 1 tea­spoon hon­ey spoon
  • 1 table. a spoon­ful of nuts
  • mint for fla­vor

Cook oat­meal with milk, add all the ingre­di­ents and gar­nish with mint.

2. Fruit yogurt

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  • 150 g yogurt
  • 1 table. mues­li spoon
  • a glass of sea­son­al fruit

Put fruit and mues­li in a tall glass, and then pour every­thing over with yogurt.

3. Fried eggs with tomatoes and herbs

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  • 2 eggs
  • 1 medi­um toma­to
  • a hand­ful of greens
  • spoon of olive oil
  • salt and pep­per

Whisk eggs with salt and pep­per. Chop the toma­to and greens. Heat up the olive oil in a fry­ing pan. Fry the eggs, toma­to and sprin­kle with herbs on top.

4. Roll with chicken and vegetables

Omelette rolls

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  • Lavash (approx. 15 cm)
  • 50 g boiled chick­en breast
  • let­tuce
  • a spoon­ful of ketchup
  • medi­um toma­to

Lubri­cate pita bread with ketchup, put all the ingre­di­ents on it, roll up the roll.

5. Sandwich with hummus

A slice of unleav­ened bread, 2 table­spoons of hum­mus and a hand­ful of veg­eta­bles.


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