“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I definitely have a hearty breakfast before I do anything.”- Mayer Hawthorne
In this fast pace world, everyone care for remaining fit. Few skip their breakfasts, avoid eating rice, or don’t prefer eating after 8pm. Actually, when it comes to dieting, there are many misconceptions that surround us. A few of us feels that by skipping meals they can reduce fat, but it’s vice-versa. People who diet by not eating, gains more weight.
But, let me be very clear to you that with the start of our day, our first meal is very important to us. But, due to myriad reason we, somehow, skip our breakfasts. What we do, we simply pick anything that comes in our way and speedily eat it while scrambling for work. It affects the energy level of a person throughout the day. Skipping breakfast makes your day lazy. Our body needs food to run the system well, lack of food can give an invitation call to health problems.
Below are the 3 main Indian dishes that are healthy and good to start a day:
Oats: Oats are the best when it comes to start your day happily. Even if it’s not your regular breakfast, make sure you include it in your diet at least 3-4 times a week. One can try many dishes out of this. Sweet porridge, Upma can be your regular easy diets as they are nutritious and contain high-fiber. Or, if it’s a holiday, then try some new recipes with oats like Oats Idli. Yes! Utilizing oats as a part of the Indian style recipe, can be very dubious as it has a tendency to have a sticky surface. So, it’s a smart idea to dry dish the oats for a couple of minutes before utilizing it. I generally heat the dry packet of oats and store it in a container, to try the quick Indian recipes with it.
Sprouts: As compared to other things, Sprouts are very easy to make with full of advantages. Everything you need is to soak the pulses throughout the night. Then, drain the water and take out the Dal (Pulses) in a muslin fabric and tie a knot. Wait for 7-8 hours. Once the sprouts are prepared, you can include slashed onions, tomatoes and eat them. One can even try making Poha with mixed sprouts. Also, add some sprouted pulses to dough, and make Paranthas of it. Moong dal cheelas is also a famous Indian dish that needs to be tried. Just mash up the soaked dal and mix it well with Besan. For flavor, add coriander or chopped onion to the mixture.
Soya: Soya is a healthy diet with protein and other key supplements. One of the main components of soya is its capacity to accommodate a wholesome option to animal proteins. In the world of vegetarians, soya is looked upon as a marvel bean. Recipes that Soya incorporates is Dosa, Idli, Upma, Uttapam. These are the best Indian recipes served as a breakfast. It contains zero cholesterol with Omega-3 fats, which is useful for the good heart. Also, it is said that every woman should switch to soya diets, when it comes to stay healthy.
So, kick-start your day with a healthy diet and never skip meals especially breakfast.
Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!