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Every magazine and blog about health reiterates what our parents have been telling us all along – breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A nutritious meal to break your body’s fasting state after a night’s sleep gives you a healthy start and keeps your body fueled for the rest of the day.

We’ve listed out our favorite, healthy options that are easy to make at home and freely available for those mornings where we have to rush to work.

Have a great week!

Monday2 scrambled eggs, 1 whole grain toast, an apple

 

Calories: 368 kcal 

Protein: 17 g

Carbohydrate: 38 g

Fat: 15 g 

Fibre: 6 g

This quick and easy option will give your body a boost of protein, iron and vitamins in a quick to prepare meal for the inevitable Monday morning rush.  Apples add heart healthy soluble fibre for a power packed start to the week
Tuesday2 Idlis, 1 cup sambar

 

Calories: 353 kcal 

Protein:16 g

Carbohydrate: 40 g

Fat: 9 g

Fibre: 14 g

Idli’s are packed with vitamins and minerals and along with Sambar make a healthy, delicious meal. Adding a tablespoon of coconut chutney adds an additional 100 calories, but adds a boost of healthy fats.
Wednesday2 egg omelet, whole grain toast, Orange

 

Calories: 355 kcal

Protein: 19 g

Carbohydrate:33 g

Fat: 15 g 

Fibre: 6 g

The vitamin C in oranges increases absorption of essential iron from eggs, increasing the nutrient value of your breakfast. Add veggies like tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach to your omelet to increase both taste and nutrition.
Thursday1 cup of Upma, 1 cup yogurt

 

Calories: 249 kcal

Protein: 19 g

Carbohydrate:33 g  

Fat: 15 g

Fibre: 6 g

Upma is a satisfying, lower calorie breakfast staple. Adding natural yogurt increases the protein content of the meal and adds healthy probiotics and calcium.
Friday1 cup of cooked oats, 1 boiled egg

 

Calories: 200 kcal

Protein: 12 g

Carbohydrate:29 g

Fat: 9 g

Fibre:4 g

Oats cooked in water give you sustained energy through your morning. Adding a boiled egg increases the protein content of this meal. Add an extra boost of nutrition and flavor by adding a handful of almonds to your oats.

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