Best Breakfast Menus For The Healthy Eater

If you are very health conscience and always count the calorie intake during each and every meal, then you would need to figure out different menus as well. But making menus for meals, especially if you eat small amounts of food regularly and has gotten into a habit of such can be difficult. So the inventions of smoothies really help out during the meals that you do not want to eat heavily and yet have the need to digest something. Here are some breakfast smoothies that are easy to make and even easier to drink.

Coconut, grape and spinach smoothie

Recommended by professionals in counselling and Adelaide hills massage therapist, this smoothie tastes great and works wonders in your brain as well. It takes only around 5 minutes time and can serve the whole family. With no cholesterol whatsoever and plenty of fiber, iron, calcium, protein, sodium and carbohydrates, this smoothie will help you kick start the day off.  To make the smoothie you only need one cup each of seedless green grapes and baby spinach and quarter a cup of coconut milk which will add the bit of sweet taste and a lot of healthy oils into the punch. Blend all these ingredients with some ice cubes added as well and then take to work or school with you. The antioxidants of the grapes (known as polyphenols) will help with preventing several types of cancer and also increase the health of your skin.

Nuts and raspberry shake

This smoothie is especially good for those who are on medication from counselling for anxiety Adelaide or are on a strict diet. This smoothie packs a lot of sodium and calcium along with other nutrients such as fiber, iron, saturated fat, protein, vitamins and carbohydrates. The one downside is that the smoothie has around 355 calories and 15 mg of cholesterol. For those who are not suffering from any disorders that has to do with nut allergies, cholesterol and fat this smoothie will actually energize and the natural antioxidants in raspberry will help with any skin issues and purify your blood. For this recipe use three quarts of low fat milk, three quarts of frozen or fresh raspberries, half a banana for health kick, 1 tablespoon of natural almond or peanut butter and another tablespoon of honey or agave nectar to sweeten the taste. Smoothies are known to be one of the easiest and healthiest breakfasts around to make and you can easily get your kids to drink it as well since it tastes good and looks good. So in morning you do not need to slave away at the stove to make a good breakfast.