Your mom was right – Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! What you eat for breakfast can help to boost your energy level and to make better food choices for the rest of the day. Having a healthy breakfast doesn’t require a lot of time and can be incorporated into your daily routine. The truth is, simply eating the key foods below can give you the energy you need and help to avoid cravings later. If lunch is your first meal of the day, you’re not doing yourself any favors but to make yourself looking like the minion below throughout the whole morning…
We work hard during our 8-hour shifts, which is why it’s so important to kick start your day with our selection of The 5 Best Foods below:
1.) Kellogg’s Classic Corn Flakes Cereal
Choosing the right type of cereal is super important when looking for a breakfast food to take you through the morning. While selecting a sugary cereal may bring you back to your childhood (also leads to high blood sugar too!), which it’s not the right choice for your health. Look for plain cereal like Kellogg’s Classic with the minimal sugar. You can also add sweetness in a healthy way by adding blueberries or bananas to your cereal bowl.
2.) Milo Cereal Drink
Milo has been at the heart of Malaysian, it’s also a common choice for drinks in food stalls, regardless of the time. You can have your Milo “Ping” (iced), Milo “tabur” (tabur-je!) and many more variations of preparing it. However, Milo Cereal (Bijirin) only goes good when served in hot. For those who’d like to have a punch of carbo in the morning for a meeting, Milo Cereal would be one of the best choice to go with.
3.) Nescafe 3-in-1 Latte Caramel
For most 9-to-5ners, coffee is commonly an inevitable source of food to keeping us awake in the morning, however, caffeine overdose isn’t a good thing too. We recommend mild coffee to go with your morning. The Latte Caramel is one of the latest coffee series by Nescafe, go try it!
4.) Munchy’s Oat Krunch Chia Seed[HEALTHY FOOD ALERT] Chia or Salvia Hispanica, as it is known scientifically, comes from a species of plant in the mint family. It’s traditionally consumed by people in Central America and Southwestern US but has gained much popularity globally in recent years because of its nutritional value.
“Chia seed has been touted by food experts as a ‘superfood’ because of its significant nutritional properties,” explained Stephanie Kok, head of marketing, MunchWorld Marketing Sdn. Bhd.
“Chia seed contains extremely high levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids as well as rich in protein, fiber, calcium, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. These are all nutrients that can benefit our health,” Kok added.
“Oat Krunch Chia Seed is also versatile. You can eat it as it is or crumble it up and mix it into your favorite shake. You can also sprinkle it on your cereals or salad for added healthy goodness. It is truly a snack that lets you say “It’s OK to ‘Krunch’ anytime, anywhere and anyhow!” Kok concluded.
5.) Hup Seng Cream Crackers
Another All-Time Malaysian favorite, these crackers have been loved by many generations and is still captivating the taste buds of many Malaysians now. The reason is because of its mildly salted taste that goes perfectly with “Kopi-O” or any coffee and it can be made into sandwiches as well!
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