Some of the consequences of skipping breakfast are lethargy, lack of concentration and grumpiness, and in the youngest, it affects learning and leads to a drop in performance, owing to lack of glucose, our main source of energy. Numerous studies have proven that those who eat a good breakfast perform better physically and intellectually throughout the day....
TIME FOR BREAKFAST!....How do we have a good breakfast? Simple: by combining milk products, fruit and cereals.
Some advice and ideas for a good breakfast:
- Get up in plenty of time, at least 15 minutes before usual.
- Avoid eating breakfast standing up, sit at the table and eat it with the family.
- It is fundamental to give a good example to the children. If they see grown-ups eating a healthy breakfast, they will also take on the habit.
And now...some suggestions for making a nutritious and tasty breakfast:
- Coffee with milk, fruit juice and two rounds of toast and jam
- Fruit and milk smoothie and a cereal bar
- Cheese sandwich on wholemeal bread, fruit juice and a herbal tea
- Porridge with milk, fruit juice and a herbal tea
- Yoghurt with cereal and fruit salad
- Yoghurt with fruit and a cereal bar
- Drinking yoghurt, toast and a herbal tea
- Cereal with milk, herbal tea and a small piece of fruit.