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As the name suggests, breakfast breaks the overnight fasting period - replenishing the body of energy and nutrients. For this reason, it is often referred to as the most important meal of the day.

Having a good breakfast is important for giving you the energy you need to face the day.;

Here are some simple ways to enhance your breakfast to a little healthier and more satisfying!


If you have...
A cereal bar or biscuits
Why not try...
  • Adding a glass of milk and some fruit

If you have...
Porridge or Readybrek
Why not try...
  • Adding some fruit and a sprinkle of nuts or seeds

If you have...
Toast
Why not try...
  • Topping with poached, boiled or scrambled eggs
  • Topping with baked beans
  • Adding nut butter to keep you fuelled
  • Go further and add a small glass of juice or a piece of fruit to reach your five a day

If you have...
A bowl of cereal
Why not try...
  • Topping it with some chopped or dried fruit

If you have...
Energy drinks and fizzy pop
Why not try...
  • In a rush? Try porridge oats soaked overnight with yoghurt and frozen berries

If you have...
A full English breakfast
Why not try...
  • Grill bacon and sausages rather than trying
  • Cut off any visible fat
  • Pile on mushrooms and tomatoes
  • Add baked beans for a great source of protein and fibre




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