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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

5 small additions to the breakfast, which will make it even more energized, healthy and delicious

All that is required of you for this purpose, adding "a pinch" of any of the following items to your breakfast and - voila, you're already one step closer to a healthy mind in a healthy body. 
1. Raspberries
 Half a cup of raspberries, whether fresh or frozen, covers 20% of the recommended daily dose of vitamin C. In addition, these delicious berries have excellent antioxidant properties and their high fiber boosts metabolism and signaling the body to burn stored fat . Raspberries can easily be mixed with almost any breakfast, which you remember or be used in the preparation of the boot, multivitamin juice. Suffice it to mix them with your other favorite fruit of your choice and drop them in the food processor - it will do the rest.

2. Pistachios
 Pistachios are the best nuts to start the day. Their composition is rich in valuable phytosterols that represent plant fats, whose main property is to reduce levels of bad LDL cholesterol, thereby actively protect the health of the arteries. Chop a small handful of retail pistachios and sprinkle them with your favorite snack or eat them alone, but be careful - although these nuts are extremely beneficial to them not to overdo it, because it will "eat" a tangible part of the recommended calories your intake for the day.

3. Turmeric
 If you like to eat something salty breakfast such as tasty scrambled eggs, turmeric is right for you. A couple of clips of this spicy condiment, added to the pan, will accelerate efficient metabolic rate of your body at the same time will give you a powerful dose of antioxidants with anticancer activity.


4. Humus
 During breakfast, hummus can be consumed as a cure but a thick creamy sauce in which to dip their bagels or healthy to spread on toast with bread. This will start your day with a shock dose of filling fiber and protein, which will allow you to conquer hunger until at least noon.


5. Linseed
1 tablespoon flax seed sprinkled on the plate with your oatmeal will provide you with valuable omega-3 fatty acids, which stimulates the brain system and two additional grams of fiber facilitating the smooth flow of processes in the digestive tract.