US nutritionists have named six ways to make breakfast healthier with immune-boosting foods. They believe that in the morning it is necessary to add vegetables and fruits, clean water, vitamin C, eggs and foods that contain proteins and fiber to the dishes.
Nutritionist Alicia Galvin advised those who like to eat porridge in the morning to add berries and fruits to them, and those who prefer scrambled eggs for breakfast should combine it with vegetables. For example, with bell pepper, the portal Eat This, Not That!about:blank
Lauren Harris-Pincus also noted the importance of fiber. The expert recommends eating at least eight grams of fiber during breakfast, this amount is found in a cup of blackberries or raspberries. She recalled that gut health is one of the most important elements of strong immunity.
Lauren McLeod recommended, in addition to traditional morning drinks (tea and coffee), to drink a glass of water, since it is very important for immunity to maintain the correct balance of fluid in the body. It also supports mental acuity, joint health and cell wall strength.
Nutritionist Keith-Thomas Ayub suggests drinking a glass of orange juice at breakfast, which is rich in vitamin C. It reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, strengthens the immune system and contains flavonoids. The latter help fight upper respiratory tract infections.
Amelia Brown pointed out the importance of eating protein for breakfast, so she suggested including beans, eggs, or meat in your breakfast. Protein contains a number of amino acids that the body needs. Also, protein helps fight infections and recover faster from past illnesses.
Amy Gorin spoke about the benefits of eggs. He stated that chicken eggs are rich in vitamin D. At the same time, one egg can contain up to six percent of the daily value of this vitamin.