The perfect healthy breakfast
Breakfast is honestly the most difficult time of the day for me to eat something healthy.
Most shop-bought yoghurt and cereals are overloaded with sugar and preservatives. Nothing I fancy for start my day.
Even opting for the healthier granola versions from the health food stores can be tricky. Many are expensive and contain high amounts of dried fruit. These are high in fructose and should only be consumed in moderation.
I like to switch things up a in the morning, one of my favorites is homemade yoghurt with berries and seeds.
Even if you don’t want to start making your own yoghurt ( which is really simple) opt for buying a yoghurt that contains “live cultures” or says Probiotics.
Probiotic, which literally means ”for life,” refers to living organisms that can result in a health benefit when eaten in adequate amounts.
Health benefits of homemade yoghurt
- Yogurt may help prevent osteoporosis
- May reduce the risk of high blood Pressure
- Active cultures may help certain gastrointestinal conditions, including:
- Lactose intolerance
- Colon cancer
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Yogurt with active cultures may discourage vaginal infections
Team Yoghurt With Flaxseed
Get in the habit of stirring in a tablespoon of ground flaxseed every time you reach for a yoghurt. A tablespoon of ground flaxseed will add almost 3 grams of fiber and approximately 2 grams of healthy plant omega-3s, according to the product label on Premium Gold brand ground golden flaxseed.
Eat Yoghurt at Work
Buy some yoghurt and keep it in the office refrigerator (don’t forget to put your name on it). On those days when you need a morning or afternoon snack, that yoghurt will be ready for you. Personally I like to carry it in a mason jar, it looks nice and is also very convenient.
- 250 g yoghurt with living cultures
- 1 hand full of fresh blueberries
- 1 hand full of fresh raspberries
- 2 tablespoons of milled Chia seed
- 2 tablespoons of milled flaxseed
- 5 pecan nuts
- Chop up the pecan nuts
- Add all ingredients into a mason jar or breakfast bowl
- Stir with a spoon until combined