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8. Healthy pancakes - make your own pancake mix by adding either the above mentioned porridge powder or wholewheat powder along with some millet powder. Add mashed banana or pureed apple or blueberries if you want it sweeter add syrup like dates syrup to make a batter. I tend to skip the baking powder or soda bicarb as it inhibits nutrition absorption. You could add little all purpose flour to ease flipping the pancake. Pour the batter on hot tava and drizzle oil/butter/ghee. Cook both sides eat. 9. Bread omelet - beat an egg and add salt and required vegetables like tomato onion mushroom etc. and make an omelet. Grab couple of toasts and a glass of juice. Having protein earlier in the day is said to be better than later.
Consumption of a cereal bar in the morning resulted in increased alertness happier mood and less anxiety (and less irritability for the grumpy among us!) when compared to those who did not have any breakfast. Breakfast eaters were also more sociable compared to others. Similar effects were seen in those who had mid-morning snacks substantiating the fact that breakfast can have positive effects on the mood. (1) Another similar study conducted in Germany measured the effects of breakfast on the mood in high school children. It was noted that alertness was increased in all the children who had breakfast in comparison to those who did not. Additionally it was noted that boys who consumed breakfast felt more positive than those who did not. (2) The research focused on providing quick healthy breakfast ideas so that convenience was kept high.
By doing this we are avoiding the same type of breakfast and it also brings special interest towards breakfast!! How many times have you heard the phrase "breakfast is the most important meal of the day"? Well in this case it is not only an age-old myth but a medical truth. A Balanced breakfast can help improve your mental functioning affect your mood influence a healthy weight and reduce the risk of chronic diseases later on in life. When you skip breakfast it can act as "nutritional boomerang "and adversely affect your mental and physical state both in the short and long term. Even so about 30% of the population don t bother with breakfast (and no instant coffee does not count as breakfast). Among the most common excuses are: I don t have the time to fit in eating in the mornings I d rather save those calories I forget to eat if I eat in the morning I feel more hungry later on in the day and more.