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Ideas for healthy breakfasts

Ideas for healthy breakfasts

I can give you countless ideas for healthy breakfasts, although the ideal is to have fruit for breakfast, lots of sweet fresh fruit or fruit juices. Keep in mind that your body is still somewhat inactive, after 12 hours fasting, and it is not good to force it too much. Maybe midmorning, you can introduce something else. A good idea is to exercise in the morning on an empty stomach (yoga, meditation, swimming, running) and have a strong breakfast afterwards.

-Good idea, a lifetime and more than a recipe, it is a fond childhood memory of Fernando López, a user of the Lechugas y Tomates Newsletter, in which olive oil constitutes an emotional bond with his father. In the mornings, he prepared huge slices of village loaf bread (León), with the crumb well settled, drizzled with a thick, dark green virgin olive oil, from an oil mill in Alcaudete (Jaén), and covered with brown cane sugar.

-You can make fruit and soy milk shakes, they are delicious: with banana, apple, soy milk and nuts.

-The whole wheat bread with natural peanut butter and garlic is very energetic.

-Toast a slice of rye bread, add a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and then a few slices of fresh tomato.

-Whole grains (puffed rice, oatmeal, millet) can be taken with almond milk.

-In this book you can find recipes for donuts (page 51), sponge cake (page 52), torrijas (page 51), and other sweets (page 157).

-You can make an organic fruit jam like Jean-Claude Juston, the vegetarian chef at L´Atelier (in Las Alpujarras), with, for example, organic orange, 30% whole grain sugar to thicken it, raisins and cinnamon.

Orange juice

The slogan is that the orange juice for breakfast is always freshly squeezed and to enjoy all its benefits. It is excellent for preventing osteoporosis, depression and increases the body's defenses thanks to its contribution of vitamin C.

Oats

Oatmeal is super healthy as it contains beta-glucan, a type of fiber that has been shown to help reduce bad cholesterol when consumed regularly.

In addition, it is a food rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, potassium and folic acid, easy to prepare since it only needs to be cooked for about 15 minutes with a little milk and it can be sweetened with a teaspoon of honey and add pieces of fruit if desired. fresh.

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Ana Moreno
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Excerpted from "Novice Vegan Survival Manual"

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