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Breakfast - is it the most important meal of the day?

We believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day and this extract from Nutrition Australia explains exactly why:
  • Breakfast breaks your overnight fast.
  • Breakfast refuels your glycogen (energy) stores.
  • Breakfast kick starts the metabolism.
  • Breakfast provides us with the energy to keep us going throughout the day.
  • Improves your energy levels.
  • Improves metabolism.
  • Provides many beneficial nutrients, and boosts your fibre and calcium intake (compared to no breakfast).
  • Reduces you chance of over-consuming high kilojoule foods later in the day.
  • Stabilises your blood sugar levels.
  • Improves memory and concentration.

We have a range of muesli and porridge to choose from here and other options  that you can make easily include:

  • Wholegrain toast with a thin scrape of peanut butter, or avocado and spinach or reduced fat ricotta.
  • Porridge with fresh fruit.
  • Fresh fruit and yoghurt.
  • Wholegrain cereals with reduced fat milk.
  • Wholemeal fruit toast with thin scrap of cream cheese.
  • Fruit or vegetable smoothies.
  • Boiled eggs with wholegrain toast.
  • Untoasted muesli.

Diabetes and breakfast

Breakfast - is it the most important meal of the day?

We believe breakfast is the most important meals of the day and this extract from Nutrition Australia explains exactly why:
  • Breakfast breaks your overnight fast.
  • Breakfast refuels your glycogen (energy) stores.
  • Breakfast kick starts the metabolism.
  • Breakfast provides us with the energy to keep us going throughout the day.
  • Improves your energy levels.
  • Improves metabolism.
  • Provides many beneficial nutrients, and boosts your fibre and calcium intake (compared to no breakfast).
  • Reduces you chance of over-consuming high kilojoule foods later in the day.
  • Stabilises your blood sugar levels.
  • Improves memory and concentration.

We have a range of muesli and porridge to choose from here and other options  that you can make easily include:

  • Wholegrain toast with a thin scrape of peanut butter, or avocado and spinach or reduced fat ricotta.
  • Porridge with fresh fruit.
  • Fresh fruit and yoghurt.
  • Wholegrain cereals with reduced fat milk.
  • Wholemeal fruit toast with thin scrap of cream cheese.
  • Fruit or vegetable smoothies.
  • Boiled eggs with wholegrain toast.
  • Untoasted muesli.

Diabetes and breakfast

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