Start your day on the right food
Did you know that when you are sleeping, your body continues to burn calories?
While that is not a reason to sleep more, it means your body and brain demand fresh fuel when you get out of bed.
A good breakfast will fill you up and keep your mornings productive.
Eggs are high in protein, vitamins and nutrients that boost your brain health and strengthen your immune system.
Scrambled, poached, or boiled — there are so many ways to cook eggs. You can even have them in a cake. (No no, don’t do it, not for breakfast.)
The next time you shop for cereal or bread, choose the whole-grain option.
Whole grains are high in fibre and keep you full for a longer time. They also provide minerals and nutrients to help balance your blood sugar, so you don’t get those nasty energy crashes.
Not to be confused with fruit juices contaminated with loads of sugar, we are talking about fresh fruits in its original form — full of fibre and vitamins, with natural sugars to keep those sugar cravings at bay.
Let’s get going — start tomorrow on the right food.
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