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Genki Healthy Breakfast

The best choice of breakfast for a healthy lifestyle.

Why is breakfast important?

  1. Drink water when you first wake up because water hydrates you, flush out toxins, and fires up your metabolism.

  2. Next is taking a healthy breakfast, so your body can readily absorb the nutrients and prepares your immune system to fight off foes.

  3. The benefits of consistently eating breakfast:

    • Improves memory and concentration by helping your brain produce neurotransmitters

    • Helps prevent fatigue by restoring blood glucose levels

    • Lowers levels of the stress hormone cortisol

    • Reduces the risk of obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes

    • Studies show that children who eat breakfast have better memory and higher IQs

What kind of breakfast should I avoid?

  1. Smoked or cured meats: Contain sodium nitrate, which is converted by your body into a cancer-causing agent (e.g. Ham, bacon, sausage)

  2. Animal-based products: High fat and cholesterol contents food will increase the risk of heart disease (e.g. Egg yolk, milk, cheese, butter)

  3. High-calorie foods: Contribute to weight gain and obesity (e.g. Hash brown, croissant, youtiao, deep-fried bun)

What is a healthy breakfast?

  1. Raw vegetables have more nutrients due to heat destroy nutrients.

  2. Eat at least 10 different types of vegetables daily with 4 different colours for the best variety of nutrients.

  3. Clean and safe vegetables are better to ensure it is free of pesticides, heavy metals toxic residues and microbes.

  4. Consume enough fiber and eat the fruits and vegetables directly is always better than juice due to juice is often just “empty calories.

What is the best foods choice for breakfast? 

  1. Psyllium Husk – 100g of psyllium husk consists of 78g of fiber (7 x oat and 39 x brown rice)

    • Helps control blood sugar levels

    • Helps lower cholesterol and reduces the risk of heart disease up to 40%

    • Helps prevent toxin build-up, constipation, and haemorrhoids

    • Helps you feel full throughout the day to avoid snacking

  2. Soy – Rich in plant-based protein (2 x meats, 3 x eggs and 12 x milk)

    • Upon waking, you need to replenish protein to repair body tissue, and producing hormones and enzymes

    • Optimizing your brain’s ability to send message to the rest of your body

    • Helps with weight control by reducing cravings

  3. Fruits and Vegetables

    • Every vegetable contains different vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, polysaccharides and antioxidants. Each one serves its own function to support your body, enhance your immune system, protect you against diseases and prevent cancer.

    • Examples broccoli, spinach, snow pea, leaf lettuce, radish leaf, asparagus, kale, green bell pepper, mustard greens, romaine lettuce

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