Healthy Breakfast – A new Series

Healthy Breakfast – A new Series

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Healthy Breakfast-First Step Towards Fitness

We know that our bodies and brains are at their optimum when fueled. Numerous studies

show that children who eat breakfast do well in school. Just as vehicles break down if running on empty reserves, our balance is thrown off and our bodies are put into extreme stress modes when we don’t give them the nutrients they need. In this section, I have included a variety of breakfasts filled with nourishing ingredients to satisfy you depending on your mood and appetite  levels So eat your breakfast and power up your day!

Mood swings will even out, and you will pass your great energy on to whomever you meet and into whatever you do.

Quick Oats

oatmeal

What makes this recipe so great is that soaking the oats not only makes them

much quicker to cook, it also makes them much easier to digest and more

beneficial, as the rich nutrients are being more fully absorbed. I fully recommend

doing this rather than buying “quick oats,” which have been denatured and have

lost some valuable nourishment.

Oats are known in many cultures to enhance intuition, endurance, and energy.

They are rich in B vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium.

They are low in gluten.

Note: Soak oats and raisins overnight

Ingredients

1/3 cup (80 mL) oats

2/3 cup (160 mL) water for soaking oats

2 tsp lemon juice (or vinegar, yogurt,or kefir)

8 raisins

2 tbsp water for soaking raisins

½–¾ cup (125–185 mL) water for cooking

tsp good salt

agave nectar, to taste (optional)

In a medium bowl, add oats and soaking water. Stir in lemon juice, cover, and leave

to soak overnight. In a small bowl, add raisins and soaking water, cover and leave

to soak overnight. Then add both oats and raisins to a small saucepan with

additional cooking water and salt. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer

until done. Stay close to the stove, as this will be done in about 5 minutes! Serve

with agave nectar if desired.

Makes 1 serving; multiply quantities for as many people as you have present at

breakfast.

Variation: Add 5 soaked blanched almonds chopped just before serving.

Lots of More healthy Breakfast recipes coming soon in this section…keep reading..Be Fit!!!

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