5 Breakfast Foods You Should Be Eating And 5 You Shouldn’t




Eggs are cheap and very easy to find too. You can cook it any way you want but the most beneficial way is by boiling or poaching without the need for oil. In some days, you can scramble the eggs or fry sunny side up – just be skimpy on the oil and avoid those generic vegetable oils. Virgin coconut oil or VCO is recommended.

Anyway, why eat eggs for breakfast? Eggs are what you call a complete protein food. This means that if you eat eggs, the amino acids that your body needs are supplied by it on a certain percentage. This will power your body in a healthy way all morning. It also contains betaine and choline which are both good for heart health. One egg can also supply the much needed Vitamin B2, B12, A and E. All these combined, the body can effectively fight cancer-causing cells, boost eye health, improve red blood cells formation and aid in the metabolic process.