Healthy Breakfast | News Februar

Shake with fibre

In this month’s newsletter, read about the interesting and healthy cereals that are around today and why a balanced breakfast is important for your body. At the same time, we present our Recovery Drink for the summer and draw your attention to our new Whistleblower System.

Healthy breakfast

A healthy breakfast is the basis of a good start to the day. You need to replenish your depleted fluid and energy stores in the morning so that you can be fully focused and fit, ready to pursue your goals. This means breakfast should be balanced and include carbohydrates and fats, as well as protein and fibre. General recommendations for a healthy breakfast include wholegrain products (e.g. wholegrain rolls), yoghurt, fresh fruit, vegetables and cereals.

Shaking up your breakfast

Are you looking for a breakfast that is quick to prepare, can be taken anywhere, is delicious and high in fibre? Then try our oat-based breakfast shakes! Oats and inulin give these shakes a high fibre content. Fruit powders and natural flavourings combine to give an incredibly fruity taste. Let our apple and cinnamon flavour put a smile on your face or add a vacation vibe to your morning with our blueberry and coconut flavoured breakfast shake! A quick and healthy breakfast.
We’d be delighted to send you a sample.

A classic cereal

Oats are the classic breakfast cereal. Oat flakes have been eaten for centuries in Europe. They boast an extremely high content of carbohydrates, protein, fibre and unsaturated fatty acids. In particular, oats contain beta-glucans – soluble fibre that is perfect for breakfast and which can help maintain normal blood cholesterol level, and promote intestinal motility. This means that oats are quite definitely a healthy cereal.

Forgotten and exotic cereals

Kamut is a relatively unknown grain (also known as Khorasan wheat). It is an ancient grain, a term that describes precursors of modern grain varieties, which are rarely cultivated today due to the low yields that can be achieved. Other ancient grains besides kamut include emmer, einkorn and spelt. Only spelt is widely known, but all these species of ancient grains are considered to be healthy cereals. These virtually forgotten grain varieties are now experiencing a revival: They are becoming more popular due to their primeval nature, disease resistance and the desire for greater diversity and sustainable production. Ancient grains can also be used in muesli products.
Those with more exotic tastes could also consider using the pseudograin quinoa in their muesli. Quinoa comes from the Andes in South America. It is also called Inca’s gold as it was a staple food in their culture. Quinoa is an undemanding plant that can grow in poor soil and at altitudes of up to over 4000 m. Most quinoa varieties are gluten-free and are therefore also suitable for people who are allergic to gluten or suffer from coeliac disease. Compared with many types of grains, quinoa generally provides more protein, magnesium and iron. 

Energy after summer sports

To ensure your customers don’t run out of breath after sport, we recommend our Endurance recovery drink, which we can develop according to your taste. Our Endurance recovery drink provides you with everything you need after an intense endurance workout. It contains a blend of whey protein isolate and dextrose, is enriched with vitamins and magnesium, and supports recuperation after athletic exertion. The protein it contains helps maintain and build muscle, while rapidly available carbohydrates quickly replenish energy stores. Vitamin C and B6 support a normal energy metabolism.

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How exercise changes our lives

Regular physical activity is vital for our overall health and well-being. Here are a few reasons why exercise is so important:
1. Physical health: Regular exercise helps to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancer and other chronic diseases. Physical activity also helps to strengthen the immune system and promotes a healthy body weight.
2. Mental health: Exercise can have a positive influence on our mental health by reducing stress, elevating our mood and reducing the risk of depression and anxiety. Physical activity also improves cognitive function and memory.
3. Reduction of health risk factors: Regular exercise can help to reduce blood pressure, regulate cholesterol and control blood glucose level. These are important factors for long-term health.
4. Increase in energy and stamina: Physical activity improves overall stamina and energy which supports us in our daily lives and when accomplishing physical tasks.
5. Improvement of sleep quality Regular exercise can also help to improve sleep quality and reduce sleep disturbances.