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How to eat well in the morning?

How to eat well in the morning?

How to eat well in the morning?
How to eat well in the morning?

Too often jumped and sometimes forgotten voluntarily by those who wish to lose weight, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It makes it possible to give back to the body all the energy which it missed during the long period of fasting of the night. Whether you are on a weight loss plan or simply want to adopt good eating habits, it is important to have a good breakfast.

Stay hydrated

After a night without drinking, it is necessary to rehydrate the body. For this, you can take a large glass of water when you wake up or opt for a hot drink such as coffee (with or without caffeine), tea (tea matcha, green tea, black tea or rooibos) or an infusion for example . It is also important to stay hydrated for the rest of the day, sipping regularly.

Quality fuel: low Glycemic Grain Index

To avoid any reaction hypoglycemia causing hunger between meals, fatigue or discomfort, it is important to provide the body with quality fuel by consuming a Glycemic Index low cereal product. Avoid the classic white bread, bread, crackers, including the "whole flour" version. To help you make the right choices, opt for:
- Wasas Fibers®,
- integral flour bread,
- German pumpernickel black bread,
- oatmeal,
- fluffy muesli.

A dose of vitamins


To fill up on vitamins, nothing beats fruit and vegetables. If you are not too much vegetable juice, stay in the classic by taking a fresh fruit, a homemade fruit juice or a homemade compote for example. You can also cut your fruit in your yoghurt, mix it with your muesli or your porridge or make a smoothie, ready in 2 min top chrono. Whether you opt for vegetables in juice or fruit, the best is to always opt for fresh fruits and vegetables and season, to benefit at the same time of their richness in vitamins but also in minerals and antioxidants. Be sure to vary the plants to enjoy the virtues of everyone!

A dairy


Known for their high calcium content, dairy products are also valuable sources of protein. Milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, faisselle, petits-suisse, etc. it's up to you ! The most common is to choose a milk made from cow's milk. But if by allergy or intolerance or by choice, you want to avoid dairy cow, you can perfectly take a sheep or goat milk product. Avoid, however, dairy products rich in sugars, prefer a natural yogurt, in which you add a little honey, agave syrup or fructose for example or where you cut your fresh fruit. Calcium-enriched vegetable drinks are also a very good alternative with the "milk" of almond, spelled, oat, hazelnut or soy for example.

Not to mention the fat!


There is a tendency to forget them and even ban them, but fat is essential for the proper functioning of the body. And if they are well chosen, they play a protective role on the cardiovascular, hormonal and inflammatory systems. Butter has the advantage of being rich in Vitamin A, involved in the mechanism of vision and resistance to infections and Vitamin D, needed to fix calcium. Count 10 g of butter for the morning. To refuel quality fatty acids, you can replace the butter with a spoonful of almond or hazelnut puree, ideally complete and without added sugar. Also, you can eat in the morning some almonds, nuts, cashews or hazelnuts for example.

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