November 25, 2020

14 Indian breakfasts that healthy people eat

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14 Indian breakfasts that healthy people eat

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Indian breakfasts that healthy people eat

<p>Being healthy should not be boring and a tedious task – because for healthy and fit people, it isn’t. They tend to mix the healthy with yummy and spice things up for themselves. It can be a challenge to sort out a healthy, yummy and delicious looking breakfast everyday for yourself, but minor tweaks can make major changes. Here are 14 Indian breakfasts with a twist that healthy people eat:<br></p>

02/15​ Vegetable dalia

VEGETABLE DALIA: Vegetable dalia is an Indian superfood for weight loss due to its dietary fiber content. Great for winter mornings when you need something warm to begin your mornings with.

03/15​Upma

UPMA: The south-Indian speciality is another wholesome option. Due to the fact that it is made out of semolina, it provides the body with enough energy to sustain through the day. You can savour it with sambhar, which is another anti-oxidant rich curry.

04/15​Thepla

THEPLA: Gujrati thepla is an underrated healthy option which many fit people eat. Made with wheat flour, fenugreek leaves, coriander leaves, turmeric powder, it is great for the fit foodies as well. Have it with achaar and you are good to go!

05/15​Sprouts salad

SPROUTS SALAD: Sprouts salad make for a healthy snack or side dish with your poached or boiled eggs. Packed with dietary fiber and vitamins & minerals, sprout salad is an excellent choice to add in your breakfast.

06/15​Poha

POHA: The Maharashtrian speciality is extremely rich in carbs, proteins, fibers, and fats. Due to the addition of chillies and peanuts, it brings in the perfect crunch for you to gulp down and satisfy your Indian tongue. Especially if you are on your weight loss journey.POHA

07/15​Paneer bhurji

PANEER BHURJI: For vegetarians, completing their protein requirement can be a daunting task. Paneer is one way to fulfil this. You can include your favourite vegetables and savour it with a roti or parantha. Having this for brunch will help you stay fuller for a longer period of time.

08/15​Palak pooris and aloo

PALAK POORIS AND ALOO: Who says healthy people should stop eating regulars like poori aloo to stay fit? Add a healthy twist and you are good to go. Palak or spinach will bring in the fiber factor and potatoes are complex carbs which are good for weight loss.

09/15​Masala omelette

MASALA OMELETTE: Eggs are known to be a whole source of protein. Adding veggies like onions, tomatoes, capsicums will help you break the monotony of your taste buds. One egg contains a minimum of 6 grams of protein, therefore, they are a great start to completing your protein requirement for the day.

10/15​ Oats poha

OATS POHA: Oats are rich in proteins and making poha out of them will help bring in the Indian-ness to this western specialty. It is not necessary to only have them with water or milk. You can add your favourite veggies and even fruits and have for breakfast.

11/15​Multigrain paranthas

MULTIGRAIN PARANTHAS: Yes. The super favourite multi-talented parantha is a great choice if you wish to be healthy. If you include three grains in your atta and make a stuffed parantha with a filling of your choice (even cheese), it is a healthy option. Loaded with fiber, vitamins, proteins, and carbs, paranthas are a great start to your day.

12/15​ Besan cheela

BESAN CHEELA: Besan or chickpea flour is another great source of protein. Breakfast is the ideal time for your body to absorb nutrients as it is empty after an eight-hour sleep sched. Besan cheela with mint chutney can help you get your metabolism up for the day.

13/15​Idli sambhar

IDLI SAMBHAR: As the combo has the perfect combination of carbs, proteins, fats, fiber and vitamins & minerals, idli sambhar is another food item which tops the list of a healthy option. If you get too bored of morning smoothies with fruit, here is a good replacement!

14/15​ Chana dal or moong dal cheela

CHANA DAL OR MOONG DAL CHEELA: Indian lentils and pulses are tremendous sources of proteins and other nutrients for the vegetarian and vegan population. Making them with ghee or mustard or sesame oil is another healthy option.

15/15​ Beetroot dosa

BEETROOT DOSA: Not that normal dosa is unhealthy, but you can give it a healthier twist like beetroot, which is rich in potassium. Sunday-morning brunches will not be boring if you are trying to lose weight with these.

 

Pulkit Chaturvedi
Senior journalist with over 13 years of experience covering various fields of Journalism.

Keen interests in politics, sports, music and bollywood.

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