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7 healthy cereals to eat every morning

7 healthy cereals to eat every morning


  • According to a Crédoc study in May 2021, 86% of French people consider it important to start their day with a good breakfast.
  • About 30% of children and 20% of adults do not eat breakfast every morning.

Notice to breakfast lovers as well as to others who lack original ideas for the first meal of the day: cereals less well known than those found in most industrial products deserve to be found in our bowls.

Cereals rich in protein and iron

Such is the case with quinoa, for example, an ancient seed with a nutty taste, originating from the Andes in Bolivia and Peru, which is usually more popular at lunch. However, at breakfast, in a sweet (or savory) version, they are a very interesting alternative to wheat and oats. In fact, it is one of the few plants that is a complete source of protein, which is necessary to wake up well in the morning and to get in good shape, since it Dopamine boosts.

With 8 grams of protein per cup, quinoa is a nutritional goldmine. This grain is gluten-free and a good source of iron.‘,” say nutritionists Beth Czerwony and Laura Jeffers in Health Basics.

The two experts also recommend trying amaranth: This tiny seed contains all the essential amino acids, making it a preferred vegetarian source of complete proteins. It’s also gluten-free, so you don’t have to digest it in the morning.

Among the other recommended grains, polenta, preferably made from organic corn, is also a good source of vitamin C, which helps fight fatigue, and two antioxidant carotenoids: lutein and zeaxanthin. Khorosan wheat, marketed as Kamut, also topped the list for being higher than modern wheat in protein, selenium, zinc and magnesium.

Brown rice provides energy from breakfast

Millet ranks fifth and is rich in fiber, iron, B vitamins, manganese, phosphorous and magnesium, while being gluten-free:In ancient Rome, it was used to make porridge “, Write down the nutritionists they invite to test it for breakfast.

Eating buckwheat for breakfast also allows you to consume the nine essential amino acids, including lysine and arginine. In addition to being a very good source of manganese, it also contains high amounts of copper, magnesium, fiber, and phosphorous.

Finally, brown rice! In fact, it is an interesting source of manganese, as well as selenium, phosphorous, copper, magnesium, and niacin. This vitamin B is famous for It helps the body convert food into energy, which is all you need from a good breakfast!

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