Breakfast is the most important!
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. After a night’s rest, breakfast is the perfect tool to start the metabolism and providing energy for the upcoming day. Since this is the first meal after waking up, he should provide us enough energy for the day and all the efforts that await us.
A healthy breakfast is rich in carbohydrates which trigger the brain and feed it to us by raising the concentration. For this reason, we recommend the intake of cereal that contain complex carbohydrates that provides our body enough fiber.
After carbohydrates next item on the list you need to enter the breakfast are vitamins. The combination of vitamins with some quality protein will provide you with enough energy for a quality start. Proteins are the basic building blocks of matter every tissue in the body. Without the proteins are not functioning nervous system, there is no immunity, therefore, there is no life and besides proteins provide a feeling of satiety, so we will not resort to unhealthy carbohydrates. As a good source of protein can take peanut butter or eggs and also there are whey proteins. EGGS – classic food for a good breakfast. Eggs are foods exceptional biological value and nutrition. Energy value of the average is 147 kcal per 100 g are also very rich in protein as 6 grams.
Whey proteins (whey) has the highest bioavailability (efficiently reach parts of the body where they are needed. Whey is the richest source of BCAA that are metabolized in the muscle, and are critical in times of training, but also in the recovery period. Whey contains the amino acids leucine and glutamine, which are important in building and growing muscles. Briefly whey makes athletes more prepared and resilient.
The last item you need to enter to make our breakfast was complete are omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids are essential semi unsaturated fatty acids found in foods such as fish, flax seeds, cooked soy beans, nuts, tuna. Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for human health and the daily intake of 1.6 grams per day (EPA and DHA) for men and 1.1 grams per day (EPA and DHA) for women has been established as the minimum daily intake.
If you skip breakfast then you will have a reduced concentration, prolonged reaction time, low blood sugar levels and decreased work productivity.