5 healthy breakfasts to try after having a good night’s sleep
What better than a good, healthy breakfast to start the day after a good night’s sleep? This is a great way to do something for your health and improve your wellbeing. After several hours of fasting, it is important to replenish nutrients to start off right and to have all the energy needed to get through the new day. With all this well-spent energy, we bet you’ll sleep better tonight!
So here are some of our healthy breakfast ideas. Why not use this inspiration to adopt better eating habits starting with breakfast tomorrow?
5 Healthy Breakfast Ideas
1- Fruity Sandwich
Reinvent your grilled-cheese the healthy way! By opting for multi-grain bread, light Swiss cheese and your favorite fruit, your sandwich will get a lot more interesting. Our fruit suggestions? Peach, pear or apple. It’s a delight that will make you want to wake up in the morning!
2- Improved Yogurt
Do you have the habit of eating a bowl of yogurt for breakfast? Add some fresh, frozen or dried fruit; your favorite nuts, shredded coconut, chia seeds or goji berries. It’s the perfect breakfast if you are in a hurry in the morning as it can be prepared the day before in a small Mason jar!
3- Omelette with vegetables
Do you have a few vegetables in the fridge that are looking a little shabby? Feel free to add them to your omelet in the morning! Besides being a great way to avoid throwing food out, it is a great meal for you. Grate carrots, parsnips and zucchini, slice mushrooms and onions, add some cheese and spinach and voila! The possibilities are endless!
Why not try the croque-monsieur breakfast? If you choose healthier ingredients, this can be a good option. We suggest multigrain bread and ingredients such as: avocado, tomato, pears, apples, toasted almonds and light cheese. Be original and do not forget to broil the cheese before serving!
5- Cheese and nuts
A light cottage cheese is ideal for breakfast since it is low in fat while being an excellent source of protein. By adding delicious fresh or frozen fruit (like berries or mango) and nuts (such as almonds or walnuts, diced), you will have a quick and healthy meal. It is also a good snack to avoid fatigue in the afternoon.
What about you, what’s your favorite breakfast lunch?