Rolls with butter and jam? Pff … as a modern foodies we want an exciting breakfast idea à la Acai Bowl and crunchy granola. Not only are they taste tasty, but also gain many health benefits. Well, at least we thought so. Unfortunately, many of the supposedly healthy dishes but as mysterious fattening, which sometimes can have more calories than classic desserts.
To avoid future calorie and sugar traps, we find out which super-breakfast you should do better.
Slimming: These "healthy" breakfasts are nasty fattening
1. Acai bowls
Acai bowls with their purple color and tidy bowls are probably the most beautiful motif of snack in Instagram's story and also have a fantastic flavor. Brazilian superfruit should also be healthy, with nuts, seeds, fresh fruit and crunchy granules that combines a real energy breakfast. At least until you know the content of calories. Fruit drops with classic overflow comes on average – please – be proud of 600 to 800 calories and 60 to 80 grams of sugar. Acai bowls are more than desserts and should be occasionally consumed for Sunday lunch. Better put a daily low calorie fruit salad.
Crunchy granola has risen to the greatest muesli hype in recent years. There is nothing wrong with it, after all, it is considered particularly nutritious and satisfying. This does not apply to any kind of granules. If ingredients such as chocolate, coconut oil, maple syrup, molasses or sugar cane mix by recipe, healthy muscles quickly turn into a calorie bomb. Of the usual 300 calories, and sometimes up to 600 calories per serving. If the granola is then served with fruit-rich yogurt rich in sugar, it is already taking the content of the two pieces of Forest Forest in the morning. It is better to prepare your own healthy granule and combine it with natural yogurt and fresh fruit.
3. Funnel bowls
Apples have a similar problem as acai recipes – the individual ingredients are healthy, but when combined, they result in overgrazing of calories and sugars, which is guaranteed not to eat in the morning. The same is true of normal juices, which are still seeds, vegetable dairy drinks or peanut butter today. It is particularly obese that calories are still liquid and so less saturated. Therefore, smoothie recipes are always limited to only two or three ingredients and always choose more fruit vegetables – so the drink or bowl remains healthy and healthy.
4. Fruit juices
Unfortunately, a glass of multimix or orange juice contains little vitamin, but lots of sugar and calories. Especially if the juice comes from a supermarket police and is made from concentrates. Anyone who drinks a large glass or two quickly receives over 200 calories and 20 grams of sugar. And it does not stay so, after all, the juice is usually only served with a real breakfast. Alternative? Press yourself. A glass of freshly squeezed fruit juice (from orange, grapefruit, etc.) covers a portion of the fruit and contains – as opposed to industrial products – many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.