5 Nigerian Healthy Breakfast Ideas. Do you eat healthy? It’s undebatable that “breakfast” is the most important meal of the day. We will be listing out 5 Nigerian ideas to spice up your morning.
5 Nigerian Healthy Breakfast Idea: Yam and vegetable sauce
With the high price of living in Nigeria, yam has become one of the most sort out meals, especially since it’s pocket friendly. This recipe is also known as the “vegetarian meal”. This is because of the lack of meat in the entire preparation.
Some healthy tips to note are;
It improves good cholesterol level.
It strengthens eye health.
Absolutely rich in antioxidants
And it helps with weight lose.
Will you consider trying this recipe? Let us know.
5 Nigerian Healthy Breakfast Ideas: Akara and Ogi (Corn)
Growing up, this has always been the Saturday meal. Let’s just say, the process isn’t for the weak. But, it is definitely worth it.
Akara is made of beans which is high in fiber and antioxidants. Beans aren’t just good for the waistline, they may also aid in disease prevention. Akara is a traditional Nigerian dinner that helps reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and it also helps to prevent cancer.
Pap is an excellent source of carbohydrate, one of the nutrients your body relies heavily on for adequate energy. Carbohydrate-rich foods like pap do not only help your body with energy but also promotes mental sharpness and accelerate the metabolism of fat for energy. A little Birdy also said it lowers blood pressure, You should try it.
Healthy Breakfast Ideas: Bread and tea.
Seems basic right? Well, Its important to have light meals when you are starting the day, We don’t want you dozing off at work.
At the same time, you shouldn’t have plain meals, you could top your bread with whatever fillings you like. Although vegetable fillings are more healthy.
The amount of sugar from the tea, or caffeine in your coffee, keeps you active.
Breakfast Ideas: moi-moi and pap
An absolute favorite. Moi moi improves insulin sensitivity, and reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes. Fibre promotes satiety, which is beneficial for weight management. Beans are a good source of protein, B vitamins, iron, copper, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus.
This perfection is easy to make and has enough fibre to last you a long time. All you need is an over riped plantain, and you’re good to go.
Did you find this helpful? Let us know below.