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5 Breakfast Foods to Energize Your Day

Breakfast is undoubtedly the most important meal of the day. Breakfast plays a great role in determining how your body would respond to different activities during the day. If you do not consume a healthy and palatable breakfast, you're bound to feel less coordinated and active. Eating breakfast has also been associated with an improved heart health and weight maintenance.

One of the best things you can ever do for your body is to ensure you consume something healthy before engaging in any tedious activities of the day. Eating breakfast helps you maintain coordination, it also helps sharpen your memory. Some of you might not know what meals are suitable to be eaten as breakfast, below are a few of them:

Oatmeal

Oatmeal contains a heavy amount of fibre. Fibre is needed by your body's digestive system as it aids bowel movements in so many unimaginable ways. Consuming fibrous foods also helps speed up your digestion processes as well as ensuring proper absorption of minerals and vitamins contained in foods you consume.

Almond Butter

Almonds contain a handful of healthy nutrients like fibre, protein, magnesium and vitamin E. Almonds have been proven to be of great help especially for those who are trying to maintain their blood sugar and blood pressure levels. Almond butter is gotten from Almonds, and as such, it is expected that you reap the same health benefits. Almond butter just like any other butter can be consumed with bread or whatever you feel like.

Eggs

Eggs are a great source of protein and minerals. Consuming eggs as breakfast also helps improve coordination and focus for the rest of the day.

Greek yogurt

This is not your regular sugar filled yogurt that you buy at the local stores or at ice cream stands. Greek yogurts contain more minerals and nutrients than the regular kind. They provide your body with lots of energy to cover you the whole day.

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