Just because you had a pizza party does not mean you skip your breakfast the next day just because your dinner was loaded with calories. Instead, you can get your diet right back on track with a solid breakfast. Nutritionist Urvashi Sawhney shares some yummy breakfast options.
Yoghurt with chia seeds and steel cut oats: Just combine steel cut oats with low-fat yoghurt and some chia seeds and relish the meal. Both yoghurt and chia seeds will regulate digestion, help fight the bloat and start your day on a healthy note. Oats which is full of fibre will help stave off hunger cravings.
Blueberry, carrot and almond smoothie: If you are not in the mood for something solid, you can only go for a smoothie. Just adding fruits and veggies like blueberries and carrots along with almonds to your smoothie will provide you with the filling fibre helping you stay full for longer.
Bran cereal with strawberries and almond milk: If you are a cereal and milk kind of person then a bowl of bran cereal along with almond milk and strawberries can help keep you full until lunch.
Oatmeal with cinnamon and flaxseeds: You can also simply combine oatmeal, cinnamon and flaxseeds. Oats are loaded with fibre and cinnamon can help keep the blood sugar level stable, so you will feel relaxed as you ease into your morning routine.
Overnight oat parfait: Here’s a whole grain breakfast that can be a great alternative to processed carbs. In a mason jar, add ½ cup low-fat yoghurt, 1/3 cup oats, 1/3 cups almond milk, two tablespoons peanut butter and one tablespoon flaxseeds. Cover the jar and place it in the fridge overnight. Top it with berries or sliced bananas when you eat it in the morning.