Heart Healthy Breakfast Ideas

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A Healthy BreakfastA breakfast that is made with heart-friendly ingredients will help reduce the risk of a heart attack or a cardiac failure. Read on to find out some heart healthy breakfast ideas that you can try on a daily basis.


 


 


Breakfast Ideas for a Healthy Heart


Having a breakfast that is good for the heart will help you live longer and healthier. The following options can provide you with the required nourishment, while strengthening your heart.


 


  • A bowl of oatmeal with skim milk. You can substitute the skim milk with soy milk too. Top it with fruits and walnuts to make it more healthy. Oatmeal is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acid, which is good for the heart. It also contains calcium, potassium, magnesium, and soluble fiber.

     

  • A couple of slices of whole grain toast with peanut butter. Whole grain helps reduce blood pressure and improve heart function.

     

  • An omelet made with egg white that is equivalent to two eggs. It is better to avoid the egg yolk as it is rich in fat and can harm your heart when consumed regularly. You can also try this omelette recipe

     

  • A cup of low-fat yoghurt with fruit topping. Yoghurt helps reduce your blood pressure.

     

  • Homemade muffins with ground flaxseed. Flaxseed contains the essential fiber and omega-3 acid.

     

  • Hot or cold cereal topped with sliced apricots. Apricots contain important vitamins and fiber.

     

  • A piece of fruit such as apple, banana, cantaloupe, or oranges, or smoothies made of these. These fruits contain folate, fiber, and vitamins that are good for the heart.

     

  • Pancakes or muffins made of whole-wheat flour with blueberries. Blueberries have disease-fighting properties and are packed with fiber and vitamin C.


 


 


On-The-Go Breakfast Options


Are you a person who is always on the move? Try one of the following tasty and easy-to-carry healthy heart breakfast options.


 


  • A granola bar that is low in fat.

  • A box of dry high-fiber cereal along with a carton of skim milk.

  • A piece of fruit with fat-free yoghurt.

  • Fresh fruit juice.

  • Low-fat bran muffin.

  • A mix of cereal, dry fruits, and nuts, such as almonds and walnuts.

  • Whole grain bread with peanut butter.


 


 


Pick one from the above suggestions and start your day. You will see how energetic and functional you become from eating a heart healthy breakfast. Also, do let us know which works the best for you and why.


 


 


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On the go tips are very helpful. thanks