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5 Healthy Breakfast Options

5 Healthy Breakfast Options

Sanjana Kaushik 25 January, 2016 Updated on : 02 Jan 2019

Is your morning battle against time resulting in skipping your breakfast?

A healthy breakfast provides all the nutrients your body requires.
We best advise you not to skip the most important meal in the day, and bring you a list of options to help you stay healthy.

A hearty breakfast will keep you going through the day.
Kickstart your day with these 5 easy to assemble breakfast options.



The Beta-Glutant content in Oatmeal lowers cholesterol and the risk of heart disease. Have a bowl of oatmeal with milk and brown sugar in the morning. 
It has 240 calories and a lot of fibre which keeps you fuller for a longer time.

Quick tip: Add some fruits and nuts for more nutrients.


Whole Wheat Bread with Peanut Butter

Whole Wheat Bread With Peanut Butter

Peanut butter sandwiches are an all-time favourite. It is also packed with fibre and antioxidants. 
One slice of whole wheat bread with Peanut Butter contains approximately 25o calories.

Quick Tip: Add some Avocados or honey to your sandwich.




Breakfast anywhere around the globe is incomplete without eggs. Eggs are a great source of protein. 

One egg has around 70 calories and 6g of protein.

Quick Tip: Have hard-boiled eggs for breakfast or make a veggie omelette.


Greek Yogurt

Greek Yogurt

Greek Yogurt is high in protein and less in carbs. Consume it with a wide variety of tasty and healthy toppings. 
100g of greek yogurt has around 59 calories.

Quick Tip: Fill your yogurt with granola and fresh fruits to make it more delicious.




Eating a banana in the morning improves the digestive system. They have an abundance of nutrients and minerals and are a great source of energy. 
A medium banana has around 105 calories.

Quick Tip: Make a banana smoothie or combine it with a protein-rich dairy source like cottage cheese.


Try these 5 breakfast meals, they will keep you energised through the day.
Eat healthy and exercise daily.