Healthy Breakfasts

Start your day fresh and clean from the inside, with a healthy breakfast.

We are lead to believe that cereals are healthy for us. Yes, you get a good source of fibre from cereals but they are generally packed full of sugar, which then takes away any goodness, even most “healthy” cereals are actually quite unhealthy for us.

I’m not a doctor or a nutritionist┬ábut I do read food packaging labels and in one 35g serving of┬ácereal you end up having a silly amount of sugar and then you get extra sugar from milk. I’m not saying don’t ever have cereal but maybe vary your diet and only have it a few times a week and swap regular cows milk for almond milk.

Some other options are to have an egg white omelette, which you can add vegetables to, I also add turmeric, pepper and maybe some pink Himalayan salt.

Greek yogurt and berries or fruit is also a lovely refreshing breakfast to have, you can add granola to it but just watch out for the sugars.

Porridge or oatmeal is also a great breakfast especially for energy, you can make it in almond milk or water (that’s how I roll) and then add flaxseeds, chia seeds, hemp seeds and banana on top and if you NEED some sweetness and flavour you could add a sprinkle of cinnamon, maple syrup or honey.

These are also all really good snack ideas to have too. (All images are my own and taken on an iPhone 6 plus).

(egg white omelette with spinach, turmeric and pepper cooked with coconut oil)

(greek yogurt, fruit and granola)

(greek yogurt and blueberries)

(gluten free rolled oats cooked in water, topped with flaxseeds, hemp seeds, banana and maple syrup)