Breakfast is the most important meal to start the day!
After 6-8 hours of sleep, our body is starved and will readily absorb anything that is fed to it. Hence, it is important to eat a nutritious meal for optimum nourishment. In addition to drinking a cup of water to rehydrate your body after a night sleep, the pioneer of Nutritional Immunology Dr Jau-Fei Chen, recommends a breakfast diet that is rich in fiber and disease-fighting nutrients such as antioxidants, phytochemicals and polysaccharides.
Our modern lifestyle..
Do you find yourself struggling to wake up everyday and have no time for breakfast at home given you have to rush to work? Do you find yourself buying bread / kaya toast & eggs / bee hoon for breakfast since it is the most convenient thing you can get? Or do you find yourself overwhelmed with work and meetings that it’s 12 noon by the time you looked up and realised you are feeling super hungry? If you find these scenarios familiar, you are not alone. These are the challenges brought about due to our modern lifestyle and they are weakening our immune system!
Option 1 – Vegecolor + Everstay D
Vegecolor gives it a wholesome vegetable taste while the high fiber content from psyllium husk found in Everstay-D keeps one full. This is my preferred choice of breakfast as it prevents me from snacking till lunch.
Option 2 – Soygreen
It has a wholesome soybean plus 11 other fruits and vegetables taste. It is also a little sweet and smell superbly fragrant and delicious!
The high fiber content arising from psyllium husk and soy content in both options are good for those who want to lower cholesterol, improve bowel movement thus preventing constipation, control blood sugar rush and manage weight. The wide variety of fruits and vegetables intake nourishes the immune system with abundant disease-fighting nutrients (antioxidants, phytochemicals and polysaccharides) thus reducing cancer risk.
Feel free to reach out to me to find out more where to get these wholesome healthy fast food.
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