By now we all know how important it is to have a healthy breakfast. A hearty morning meal loaded with all the essential nutrients helps us refuel and start the day. Additionally, a healthy meal also boosts our metabolism, leading to overall nourishment. But let’s face it, cooking a full meal in the morning, especially on a weekday, can be very hectic. This is why people often take the plunge. But what if we say we have an easy solution? ! You heard us. We’re talking about quick meals that are also nutritious.
The internet is full of tips and tricks to prepare quick and easy meal for hectic mornings. We recently came across one of these posts on Instagram that talks about some healthy breakfast recipes to start the day. These recommendations are shared by nutritionist Anjali Mukherjee.
“The right breakfast can do both – meet your nutritional needs and keep your energy levels high. A typical healthy breakfast consists of a variety of foods – whole grains, low-fat protein or dairy sources and fruit,” she posted, adding, “And the longer it takes to digest any food, the more it lowers your mental energy.” Looked.
Here are 5 breakfast ideas recommended by nutritionists to boost energy:
1. Egg on toast:
Eggs are man’s best friend. They are packed with protein, vitamins and several essential nutrients to start the day off right. Although there are many options for enjoying eggs in the morning, nutritionist Mukherjee suggests pairing them with toast, along with green chutney (mint and coriander chutney). here is a egg on toast recipe for you.
2. Moong dal dosa:
Dosa could trace its roots to a South Indian cuisine; but today it is a popular breakfast all over India. Plus, you’ll also find various unique twists on a classic dosa recipe to make it even healthier (and of course, tastier, too). Moong dal dosa is an example. According to nutritionist Mukherjee, pair your moong dal dosa with green chutney and tomato-carrot juice and enjoy a super healthy breakfast. Here is moong dal dosa recipe for you. We also have the tomato-carrot juice recipe for you.
3. Gobi paratha:
Another delicious and healthy breakfast, according to the nutritionist, is gobi paratha with curd and petha (butternut squash) juice. It makes a healthy meal and keeps you full for a long time. Click here for gobi paratha recipe. We have found butternut squash juice recipe too.
4. Boiled egg:
For those who like to have a lighter meal in the morning, boiled eggs and fresh fruit/vegetable juice can be a perfect option. You should pair a boiled egg with five to eight almonds (preferably soaked and skinless) and a glass of tomato and celery juice, recommends nutritionist Anjali Mukherjee. We found a recipe for tomato and celery juice, shared by Bollywood actor and fitness enthusiast Shilpa Shetty Kundra. Find it here.
5. Fresh fruit bowl:
The classic and most common breakfast is a bowl of fresh fruit. Toss in a bunch of seasonal fruits and start your day with all the essential nutrients. We have prepared a list of delicious fruit chaat recipes. Click here find out more.
Now that you have the quick tips at your fingertips, we suggest you follow these tips and make your breakfast a healthy and tasty affair.
(Note: recipes are not part of nutritionist recommendations)