breakfast? That’s an easy one for me to answer. The fresh smell of strawberries first thing in the morning. Add a handful of blueberries and nuts to round this one off. This is definitely one of the super healthy breakfast ideas.
A Favorite Go To:
I have never seen anyone turn this one away. This is my favorite go to when in a rush which is most mornings. So it’s hands down my favorite. And it really is so super healthy. With your strawberries you’ll get your vitamin C’s right up front. Add these to your favorite greek yogurt. This one gives you a wonderful start to the day and it’s filling too. Top this one off with a few shakes of the cinnamon shaker and this adds in extra nutrients like calcium, fiber and iron. The cinnamon balances out the sugars in the fruit and helps you to stay full longer. And the blueberries helps to clear the brain fog. A super healthy breakfast idea, yes I think so every morning when choosing this dish.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Layer blueberries, cut strawberries and greek yogurt (no fat is my favorite) into a small deep cereal bowl or a tall goblet/parfait glass until almost full. Top with a few walnuts, almonds and sprinkle top with granola. Add another tablespoon of yogurt and swirl a little honey on top. Sprinkle the top of this with cinnamon, just a couple dashes. 10 min preparation. Enjoy this wonderful little dish.
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Strawberries, Strawberries, who needs to be convinced of the benefits eating strawberries? Fresh strawberries are a sweet favorite. They smell great so the anticipation of eating them is the singular thought of oh yum Strawberries. I like to think of them as miniature apples, not for any reason but that when I pick them up they are as beautiful as any apple, if not more. But I like both. Strawberries are delicious in a particularly strawberry way. They taste great mixed into yogurt or oatmeal. Blend them into a smoothie. They are really great with salads, I mix them into any type of salad, but they are most always found in spinach salads.
Low in Sugar
The benefits of eating strawberries starts with the fact that they are amazingly low in suger. I eat them right out of the refrigerator. I might grab one as I prepare breakfast or just munch on one before dinner. Make sure when you get them home, to rinse them in water with just a little vinegar to help make sure they are clean. Washing them in this mix also helps to keep them fresh longer. But do enjoy these sweet jewels anytime of the day as a great breakfast item, an afternoon snack or before dinner snack. It’s one of the most beautiful packages of vitamin C, I can think of.
Nutrition, benefits of eating strawberries
Strawberries are rich in the essential nutrients vitamin C, potassium, folic acid, and fiber. One cup of fresh strawberries contains 160 percent of the daily recommended quantity of vitamin C for only 50 calories. Strawberries boosts immunity. They promote eye health. They also fight bad cholesterol and may help to reduce inflammation. Strawberries regulate blood pressure because of their potassium content.
These sweet beautiful berries are just packed with nutrients and are so delicious. They aid in weight management, since they are naturally low in calories, fat-free and low in sodium.
This delightful fruit has so many more benefits not mentioned here. Enjoy these in moderation. Why not add this lovely fruit to your healthy eating routine.
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