It’s called break-fast for a reason………breakfast helps break the overnight fast you experience while sleeping, which ensures you body is refueled for the upcoming day!
All and all you can’t go wrong!
Cereals are an excellent choice for starting the day – depending on your selection, cereals are high in carbohydrates, low in fat and are a good source of fibre. Including fruit and milk is not only tasty, but also provides you with important vitamins and calcium.
Did you know that males (aged 15-24years) are the most frequent consumers of bread? Bread or toast is an easy and nutritious choice at breakfast. Choose from savoury toppings – try avocado and tomato, or sweet – whether it is jam, honey or banana!
Cooked breakfasts, such as bacon and eggs should be saved for special occasions as they are not always the healthiest option. Eggs are a great source of protein, and research has shown that protein keeps you feeling satisfied for longer, making eggs on toast a nutritious and satisfying breakfast option!
Fruit (fresh or dried), breakfast drinks, smoothies, and muesli bars are good options if you struggle to find time to eat before heading out the door.
“The classroom session gave the students a good lead into our nutrition focus for the term. The supermarket task provided an authentic situation in which they could practise identifying the nutritional value of many of the foods eaten on a daily basis – they really enjoyed the practical aspect of this and the results of their investigation generated a good deal of discussion back at school.”