While every meal of the day is important to helping healthy, one which is often held above the rest is breakfast.
This is so important because it not only provides us with vital fuel for the day but also kick starts our metabolism.
Studies have also linked the meal to better memory, concentration as well as lowering the chances of heart disease and diabetes. You can read plenty more about the importance of your morning meal in this from Web MD.
Healthy & Unhealthy Choices
Obviously, simply eating breakfast doesn’t make it healthy. There are lots of unhealthy options on the modern day morning meal table, so it’s important to know what you are eating.
Just take a look at this helpful post from The Daily Meal which lists some of the healthiest and unhealthiest breakfast cereals.
If you are a particular lover of the morning meal, something which you might have noticed when on holiday is how much it differs.
In hotels, you might be slightly shielded from this, by being offered the ‘continental’ breakfast. However, depending on where you are visiting, there may well be a number of other delicious local options available.
Now you can discover lots of wonderful options from around the world thanks to a new infographic from citybaseapartments.com
It’s called ‘What Does Breakfast Look Like Around The World’ and you can take a look at it below.
By scrolling through the many different options you’ll see just how much breakfast varies around the globe.
There may well be a number you’re aware of, such as the Full English or the Australian Vegemite on toast. However, there are almost certainly plenty you haven’t sampled.
For example, the typical Japanese breakfast usually includes fish, fermented soybeans and tofu. This is certainly a morning meal which seems a million miles away from sausages, beans and eggs.
So, if you’re sick of having the same old breakfast, why not take a look what else you could be enjoying below?
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