It’s the most important meal of the day for many reasons. A healthy breakfast kick starts the body and sets alight the metabolic fire, meaning in basic non-scientific terms, the body is fuelled to function efficiently for the day ahead.
Nutritionists advise that breakfast should be eaten within two hours of waking and a healthy breakfast should provide calories in the range of 20-35% of your guideline daily allowance (GDA). Breakfast enhances cognitive functions in the brain and is the body’s opportunity to replenish carbohydrates and glucose.Take a look at the breakfast recipes page for some great and tasty ways to start your day! Depending on your goals and diet, it is important that breakfast is balanced with a good carbohydrate source and protein. Carbs will keep you fuller for longer and get you through until lunch without reaching for the biscuit tin!
Our featured breakfast recipes should give you a few new ideas on how to best start your day!