A FRRRUTIZ BREAKFAST
Testimony of an active and always in a hurry high school student
Breakfast is undoubtedly for me the most important meal. In the morning, after a good night’s sleep, it is necessary to fill up my energy reserves to face the day well. Our body needs for instance carbohydrates to concentrate well and be active. Studies conducted at the University of Bath show that eating breakfast allows you to be more active.
Breakfast therefore plays an essential role in providing the necessary nutrients to the body so that you can start a day with energy and be able to perform all your daily tasks.
For maximum benefit, I always try to have a balanced breakfast. It usually contains, for example:
- a fruit (vitamin C and natural sugars)
- a dairy product
- a drink
- a cereal product (bread, cereals, biscuits,..)
In addition, breakfast is a good opportunity to consume fruits (remember that we need at least 5 fruits and vegetables a day). Indeed, fruits and vegetables contain a lot of vitamins, minerals and fiber that are good for your health. They allow the prevention of several diseases such as cancer and diabetes. They also give us a nicer look and punch to be active.
"... None of the roots are a better food than parsnip," the famous 11th century French scientist and physician Odon de Meung wrote of the plant.
Unfortunately, this vegetable, so famous in antiquity, has since been almost forgotten, although in terms of nutrient content it far exceeds many of our favorite vegetables.
With winter comes the cold and the desire to warm up. And what better way to do it healthily than to make a good soup?
In fact, soups are wonderful preparations. If they are prepared without excess, they are full of benefits for our diet and for our health.
Let us take a closer look. First of all, soups allow us to create an almost infinite variety of recipes, since all vegetables can be cooked. We can therefore adapt our soup to our favorite tastes. In addition, soups allow us, thanks to the water they contain, to rehydrate. We often forget, but we must be careful in winter and hydrate well, especially if we live in a heated house.
Soups also have the advantage of providing a lot of nutrients, while they are usually low in calories (as long as you don’t pour too much cream, butter or bacon into it, of course). This allows us to balance our menus and not feel hungry.
Soups can also have great health benefits. Plant fibers are best assimilated when the vegetable is cooked and help in intestinal transit and to lower "bad" cholesterol. Depending on the choice of vegetables in the soup, our soups may also contain large amounts of antioxidants and minerals.
Here is our choice of the 5 dried vegetables you should always have at home!
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