Healthy Breakfast, What You Need to Eat?

Breakfast is like fuel for the body to work optimally throughout the day. If your breakfast is good that will ensure activity in the office remains smooth and conversely, the less nutritious breakfast will make the body less powerful. So, consider the terms of a healthy breakfast.

"The hour depending on when he wakes up, half an hour or an hour after waking up was allowed breakfast. Due on waking, blood sugar goes down, so it should be given food intake," said dr. Titi Sekarindah, MS, SpGK, dietitian from the detikHealth Pertamina Central Hospital and was written on Wednesday (03/27/2013).

Regarding the ideal calorie intake for breakfast, Dr. Titi explained that the right was one-third of the total calories. So if for example, requires 1,200 calories, then you should only consume 400 calories for breakfast. Eating bread is fine, as long as nutritional balance.

When eating bread, Dr. Titi advised to use whole wheat bread and add eggs or low-fat cheese stuffed. It could also spread with peanut butter or regular butter. The important thing is to be kept low in fat. One more thing that should not be overlooked is the milk.

"For adults, it is recommended to drink low fat milk (low-fat) to avoid obesity. If you eat a little rice, add the vegetables and side dishes for protein. Oat meal is also good. Most important is the balance of the menu," said Dr. Titi.

For those who are used to drinking coffee in the morning let's not easy sleepiness, Dr. Titi explained that the habit is not a problem, just one cup. However breakfast should still be a top priority. If you do not have time for breakfast, better bring a lunch from home.

"Do not eat snacks such as office coffè or fried foods, avoiding as much as possible. Suffocation risk if no breakfast, no concentration, no morale," said Dr. Titi.