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Are you having these energizing breakfast foods?

A healthy breakfast in the morning can keep you active and energized for long. These healthy and easy-to-prepare foods can set your day on the right track.

Exercise & Fitness By Meenakshi Chaudhary / May 27, 2015

Give an energizing start to your day

Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day. A healthy breakfast containing protein, fibre and essential vitamins provides fuel to your body. Most times, out of hurry in the morning, we often end up skipping breakfast. However, we can't underestimate the fact that a healthy breakfast sets the foundation for a healthy diet, which not only enhances your mood but also keeps you energised throughout the day. Here are some foods you must eat for breakfast to start your day energetically. Image Source: www.brightlands.com


Since your body needs protein for various functions throughout the day, your breakfast should be rich in protein. Egg whites are a rich source of protein and make a great food for breakfast.  Eating eggs in the morning will keep you full for longer, preventing hunger pangs.

Greek Yoghurt

Greek yoghurt has twice as much protein as regular yoghurt. The extra protein of this yoghurt helps you feel full and satisfied for a long. It contains less carbohydrates than regular yoghurt, which makes it a better option for those who have lactose intolerance.


It wouldn't be easy to find a food for breakfast that is better than cereal. Cereal add taste as well as high nutritional value to your plate. A bowl of whole-grain cereal can be as satisfying as a pack of processed snacks with lot of healthy offerings. Image Source: Cnn.com

Coconut water

This super hydrating water is loaded with potassium and natural electrolytes. It contains more potassium than four bananas. Drinking fresh coconut water is the best way to hydrate yourself in the morning.


Oatmeal contains several essential vitamins and minerals and offers high amount of soluble fiber, making it a perfect choice for breakfast. It is easy to prepare and keeps you satisfied for long. Oats are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, folates and potassium that are required for a healthy living.

Peanut Butter

Eating peanut butter for breakfast gives enough fiber, protein and healthy fats to keep your hunger pangs at bay. But, make sure you buy the natural peanut butter and keep the consumption just to one tablespoon to keep the calories in check. Image Source: www.huffingtonpost.com


You can give yourself the perfect start to your day with a milkshake. It gives you ample energy and nutrition to keep going until. You can add fresh fruits to make your milkshake healthier.  Image Source: www.standard.co.uk


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