Start the day with a healthy breakfast!
Choosing the right food for breakfast affects the feeling of hunger throughout the day. Researchers say that breakfast with a low glycemic index can prevent increased blood sugar after the breakfast and after the next meal.
Breakfast is a very important meal – it can either make or break your day. It gives energy for better start of the day. However, many people do not eat breakfast at all due to lack of time and will. If we run out of time, we can afford at least a healthy snack, which will provide our body with extra energy for the new day.
Important! Don’t skip breakfast!
By skipping breakfast, you will break the whole circadian rhythm. You will find it harder to concentrate and your brain will work slower. Your body will also try to protect itself. Skipped breakfast is felt by the body, so it tries to save the calories because it doesn’t know when your next meal will be, which is experienced as a lack of energy.
If you skip breakfast, you’ll crave for junk food. Many people who skip the breakfast feel a greater craving for sugar and carbohydrates.
Cereals are quick and healthy choice!
Cereals are quickly and easy to prepare, therefore are the most popular choice for breakfast. But be careful which one you choose! It is important to choose organically grown, unprocessed, wholesome and without added sugar. Only whole grains contain a cereal husk in which vitamins and minerals are hidden, thus provide better digestion and prevent blood sugar fluctuations.
Cereals that protect the heart
Enjoying whole grains as a part of your diet will not only enrich your diet. Grains are full of vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre and carbohydrates, so people who eat them have more energy and a greater need for exercise.
Oats are a rich source of fibre which contain a blend of both essential fibre types (55% soluble and 45% insoluble). Among soluble fibres, we find beta glucan, a polysaccharide (a chain of glucose molecules), which has many health benefits.
Beta-glucans help regulate cholesterol levels and significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and possible stroke.
It also contains avenanthramide, a polyphenolic antioxidant that gives oats unique beneficial effects against both -inflammation and heart diseases.
Buckwheat does not contain gluten and is a rich source of top-quality proteins, which are better than the wheat or meat proteins. It is also rich in calcium, iron, vitamins, iodine and zinc.
Buckwheat has a healing effect against high blood pressure, diabetes and rheumatism.
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