Breakfast is a great time of the day to pack in the extra fibre, which not only makes your gut happy but will keep you satisfied and are less likely to reach for the office donut tray or candy bowl mid-morning.
- Chia seed pudding
Chia seeds are rich in fibre- which helps with satiety, the feeling of fullness. They are incredibly versatile, pack a nutritious punch offering the all-important omega-3 fatty acids contributing to being an excellent source of fibre.
- Nutrify Overnight Oats:
Rolled oats are an excellent source of fibre, they are a popular pantry staple, are a cheap and simple way to boost your fibre intake.
Muesli contains a variety of seeds and nuts which is packed with healthy fats, fibre, and protein, as well as health-promoting antioxidants and nutrients.
- Adding vegetables into your breakfast smoothie:
Adding some spinach or kale into your morning smoothie, provides a good dose of fibre as well as a healthy antioxidant and nutrient boost.
- Eggs on wholemeal toast:
A simple swap from white break to wholegrain such as rye, multigrain, seeded, and wholemeal, will give you your fibre intake a boost as well as helping to better satisfy your appetite.
Keeping your fibre intake up to speed doesn’t have to be a weekly drama. With just a few simple additions or changes to your daily habits, you can deliver fibre your body needs.