What should be the right breakfast

04 Feb­ru­ary 2017, 11:30

Photo: Alisdair McDiarmid

Pho­to: Alis­dair McDi­armid

Every­one decides this ques­tion for him­self. Accord­ing to nutri­tion­ists, the ide­al break­fast includes car­bo­hy­drates that give us ener­gy and pro­teins that improve metab­o­lism. Com­pare your break­fast food to nutri­tion­ists’ rec­om­men­da­tions.


Def­i­nite­ly cere­als are in the first place among nutri­tion­ists. Buck­wheat, corn or rice por­ridge will pro­vide you with a boost of ener­gy in the morn­ing. If ordi­nary por­ridge is too bor­ing for you, add can­died fruit or fresh fruit to it. It is bet­ter to cook por­ridge right for break­fast, and not warm up yes­ter­day’s.


Doc­tors believe that the “right” break­fast is the one after which the feel­ing of hunger does not both­er you for 3–4 hours. That’s why an apple or a banana isn’t the per­fect morn­ing meal. In addi­tion, fruits increase the acid­i­ty in the body, and this is fur­ther fraught with prob­lems with the pan­creas. Of course, the ben­e­fits of fruits are obvi­ous and unde­ni­able, but it is bet­ter to use them with some­thing more sub­stan­tial, for exam­ple, with por­ridge.


If you are an ener­getic and active per­son and have a min­i­mum of free time, then break­fast with mues­li is ide­al for you. First, mues­li is imme­di­ate­ly ready to eat. All that is required of you is just to fill them with milk or yogurt. And if you add pieces of fruit, nuts or a spoon­ful of hon­ey to mues­li, then such a break­fast will not only be healthy, but also very tasty.

Omelet or scram­bled eggs

If you are used to the fact that you need to thor­ough­ly refresh your­self in the morn­ing, and you hate cere­als since child­hood, then cook an omelette with fresh herbs for break­fast. You will get almost the same amount of pro­teins and car­bo­hy­drates as from mues­li, but you will have a feel­ing of sati­ety for much longer.

And of course, don’t for­get the liq­uid. In the morn­ing it is use­ful to drink fresh juices, herbal teas (prefer­ably with­out sug­ar), plain water with a spoon­ful of hon­ey. Start eat­ing break­fast “cor­rect­ly” and you will notice that not only your well-being has improved, but also your appear­ance.

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