This is how you have a healthy breakfast
Make it a habit to have breakfast with our easy breakfast tips to stimulate the appetite of even the most fussy breakfasters. Not hungry in the morning? Not enough time? Our healthy treats will tempt you to rediscover the pleasure of breakfast.
From delicious scrambled eggs to a nutrient-rich green smoothie, there's something for everyone. Creating the habit of eating in the morning is something you can work towards. Start with something light, such as a piece of fruit or yogurt. After a while, your morning hunger will naturally increase, and you'll likely find yourself eating less throughout the day, including snacks.
Granola, fresh fruit and Greek yogurt: Fruit added to your yogurt counts toward your 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. Watch out for the sugar content. Go for yogurt and granola without added sugars.
Whole wheat toast smoked salmon with low-fat cream cheese: add a squeeze of lemon and a pinch of black pepper.
Quick omelette: Combine 1 beaten egg, a few spinach leaves and some chopped lean ham in a small bowl. Place in the microwave on full power for 1 minute until the egg is set.
Omelette with tomato and basil: Make an omelette with cherry tomatoes and basil and lots of freshly ground black pepper.
Green smoothie: Smoothies are a great introduction to breakfast when you normally don't have a lot of appetite in the morning. They are also a good 'portable' option for on the go.
Quinoa fruit salad: A berry and mango fruit salad gets extra texture, body and protein with a little quinoa. Spread the quinoa evenly. Then drizzle over a sweet and sour dressing of honey, lime and basil and toss to distribute evenly.
Savory vegetable pancakes: These savory vegetable pancakes make great use of leftover veggies — just shred them fine and mix with this easy batter for a brilliant meal any time of the day. They also change with the seasons, so feel free to use whatever's around right now.