breakfast - groundwork

Your body and brain need energy to start the day. Breakfast is not only the first meal; it’s also a family moment. Say ‘Good Morning’, share the dreams you just had and your plans for the day.

KIDS WHO EAT BREAKFAST

  • have a better physique
  • don’t crave for unhealthy snacks
  • are usually in a better mood
  • are more focused at school

A BALANCED BREAKFAST CONTAINS THINGS LIKE

  • slow carbs: whole-grain bread, steel cut oats, cereals that are high in fiber and low in sugar and salt.
  • whole fruits: apple, orange, strawberries, blueberries, banana, see what the season brings you.
  • veggies: tomatoes, cucumber, avocado on bread or toast. Or mix up some spinach in a smoothie with a banana and almond milk.
  • protein: like a boiled egg, peanut butter or some plain yoghurt.

EMERGENCY BREAKFAST

  • a low-sugar cereal, mixed with 1 teaspoon hemp seed, served with plain yoghurt
  • a meal in a glass: a veggie/fruit smoothie, complete with 1 teaspoon chlorella.

BY THE WAY

Lots of cereals look or claim to be healthy, but consist of 25%+ of sugar. Yes, even your organic muesli is often too sugary. Pick one as low as possible in sugar and salt, and that has more than 5 grams of fiber per 100 grams (3½oz). Or make your own muesli and sweeten it with fresh fruits, to feed your children some wholesome goodness.

The groundwork of your day