What do you eat for breakfast?
Every morning we wake up and start a brand new day. Whether it’s a workday, weekend or holiday everyone needs a boost to start on the right foot. As many doctors say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day and as such, it should be filling, healthy and able to give you the right amount of nutrients, proteins and vitamins that you need after a night with an empty stomach.
Breakfast is very beneficial for your body too. Did you know that eating breakfast reduces chances to become obese by one third? And that you are half as likely to develop blood-sugar problems? Cool how we can avoid major diseases by just paying attention to what we eat, but also when we eat it.
In these past weeks, we asked the community what they do eat for breakfast and around 200 Roamlers sent their contributions, by showing us the ingredients they use and how they combine them. As expected, most prefer to start the day by having oats/porridge and a warm drink (mostly tea and coffee). In addition, more than half of you are eat fruit and yoghurt during breakfast and this is a very positive thing, as we get the good vitamins and sugars from them. Surprisingly, not many mentioned the classic English breakfast made of eggs, sausages and bacon, even if eggs are very much present in your answers. For sure, it is very filling and full of proteins and fats, so maybe it is a more of a treat. I
Other products mentioned quite often were Weetabix, different types of bread and cereals, Belvita biscuits and Kellogg’s products. Quite a wide variety, I’d say! A nice finding is that almost everyone wakes up a bit before having to rush out of the house, just to have breakfast. Well done, Roamlers!
For those that didn’t participate to the task, what do you eat for breakfast, if you have one? Is it looking like one of the below?