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Getting A Healthy Breakfast

Getting A Healthy Breakfast
Peter Garant

Breakfast, like any other meal of the day, needs proper
planning. No longer is it planned independently of the other
meals. The three meals should be planned as a unit and balanced
against the daily body requirement with enough allowance for
good health. A light breakfast must necessarily be followed be a
substantial meal, while a heavy breakfast must be followed by a
light lunch. If both breakfast and lunch are light, then a heavy
dinner is needed. Like all meals, breakfast must be planned to
include food nutrients not provided for or inadequately found in
the two other meals to complete the essential body requirements
for the day. Too often, skimpy breakfasts are blamed in lack of
time. Considering that one-fourth to one-third of the day’s
requirements is served at breakfast, the need for planning ahead
is doubly justified. Breakfast mean to break the fast of several
hours. The factors affecting the nature of the breakfast menu
will depend upon age, sex, weight, health, and kind of
activities of the individual family members. Other factors to
consider are the amount of time allotted for its preparation by
one or several family members, or by a hired helper and how
light, moderate, or heavy other meals are intended to be. Family
custom may have to contend with all of these, although strictly
speaking, this must not prevail upon the more important factors.
Breakfast should always include a raw fruit because this
contains more than cooked ones. Fresh ripe
fruits have a rich mellow aroma that can stimulate even the most
delicate appetite. It should be taken as the first course of the
meal for the same reason. are good breakfast food
because they are rich in complete protein, fat, iron, calcium,
phosphorus, vitamins A & B, and niacin. They are also easy to
prepare and digest. They can be fried, poached, soft-cooked,
hard-cooked, scrambled, or prepared as an omelet. Rice and other
cereals are the main fuel contributors in breakfast. Rice is
cooked plain or sauted in small amount of fat and garlic. Corn
broiled and buttered is a practical American way that can be
adopted anywhere where corn is available. Milk is the almost
complete food and is welcome at any meal. At breakfast, milk is
popular as a beverage or taken with coffee, chocolate, oatmeal,
and other cereals. Milk should be bought from sanitary and
reliable sources. Fresh milk is safer if pasteurized before
serving. Breakfast may be in the form of rolls, buns,
loafbread, biscuits, waffles, or hot cakes. can be
toasted and served with butter or fruit jam like strawberry.
Waffles, hotcakes, and French toast are good for heavy and
substantial breakfast. Rolls with butter and jam, jelly, or
marmalade are suitable for heavy breakfast, too, especially if
taken with a heavy protein dish and chocolate.

About the author:

Mr. Peter Garant is writing health, diet and exercise articles
for the 1200″>”>1200 calories
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