These new Breakfast trends will keep you healthy!

These new Breakfast trends will keep you healthy!
These new Breakfast trends will keep you healthy!
Breakfast is the first meal of the day and doctors advice not to skip it at all. Some people also advice to eat much in the breakfast and medium in the lunch and very less quantity for Dinner. Breakfast trends keep changing from time to time as one day, if we wish to eat South Indian, another day we try Western and North Indian varieties. It is better to keep Breakfast foods rotating and changing from time to time. As it is 2023, let’s have a look at new trends in the Breakfast!

1.Muesli:-

Did you know you can start your day in a single bowl? Yes, muesli as your breakfast option can energize you to perform your everyday tasks. It contains fiber and protein, comprised of rolled oats, corn, wheat flakes, grains, seeds, dried fruits, and other varied breakfast ingredients. As muesli contains omega-3 fatty acid-rich ingredients such as raisins, almonds, and fruits, it promotes skin glow, lustrous hair, and healthy vision. It also improves heart health as the oat fiber in it reduces cholesterol levels by up to 10 percent. Muesli also can be consumed any time when you feel hungry between meals.
2.Cornflakes:-
It is not a new-age breakfast trend but has been there in India for many decades. However, modern times have changed the way to consume cornflakes. With numerous varieties available in the market, cornflakes have evolved and are still standing tall in the breakfast market. First, they are on-the-go breakfast options, most feasible for the working class. Having it with milk also ensures calcium intake. Being rich in iron, low in sodium and sugar, and low in cholesterol, cornflakes add a healthy breakfast alternative for you.
3.Hot Cereals:-
The demand for hot cereal products is rapidly growing among Indian consumers as they prefer hot breakfasts over others. And this has led to the immense growth of ready-to-eat hot cereal products in recent times, particularly oats. It has received high acceptance from Indian consumers as it serves their taste palettes and fulfills their nutritional needs. Whole grain oats are becoming the popular choice of Indian consumers. (Image: istock)
4.Spread:-
There are various options available in spreads like Peanut Butter, Chocolate spread, Hazelnut spreads, and many more. Spreads combined with roti or bread make it an effortless and quick breakfast option. With more people going to gymnasiums and adapting workout regimes, peanut butter has gained preference as a breakfast meal.
5.Smoothies:-
These have gained quite a momentum among the millennials and gen Z generation. Made with fresh fruits and vegetables, superfoods, and yogurt, they are high in nutrients yet fun and delicious. The health quotient of a smoothie depends on the content ingredients.

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