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Don’t skip breakfast. Add these foods in your diet, and you’ll be off for a healthy weight loss!

Update Date: Dec 17, 2016 08:46 AM EST

Several studies show that eating breakfast spikes up your metabolism, so you'll have much more calories to burn during the day. So what's an ideal breakfast for those who have been aiming to lose weight? One nutritionist from Clay Health Club and Spa, quoted that a great breakfast is one that has a good combination of carbohydrates, fiber and protein. Here are some suggestions on foods that you should include in your breakfast meal to aid you in your weight loss journey.

Keep your energy levels kicking with A High Protein Meal

A high protein breakfast keeps you from craving because it makes you feel full and satisfied throughout the day. Eggs, yogurt and other high protein diet in particular recharges your energy, making you last all day long as they are digested slowly in the body compared to other food groups.

Add some fiber

Like Protein, Fiber rich foods are slowly digested in the body. They are packed with more nutrients that keeps you feel less hungry at the end of the day. Pick up your choice of green vegetables and fruits. In an interview with nutritionist Erica Giovinazzo, said that Bananas are a good source of resistant starch also known to help you feel satiated longer. Aside from that, Bananas are a rich in potassium, which also helps in keeping blood pressure levels low, Mail Online reported.

Go For Cereals

Earlier, we have emphasized the importance of including foods that will make you feel full longer. And for fillers, one can always go for cereals, specifically whole wheat grain or bran cereals because they are a good source of Vitamin B and other essential Nutrients. Giovinazzo warns about choosing cereals because they can be tricky. To stay within the safe limits, choose something with at least 5 grams of fiber and less than 5 grams of sugar.

Take the serving portions into proper consideration

Breakfast is nonetheless the most important meal of the day. However, it doesn't also mean that it has to be the biggest meal serving. Carefully observing the serving size in your breakfast meal is a great way to keep track of your weight goals, ABC News reported.

Achieving your weight goals doesn't really mean longer times of suffering and deprivation. These breakfast rules wards off the guilt feeling and helps you towards your weight loss journey.

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