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The importance of breakfast

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Believe me: breakfast is the most important meal of the day, or at least it should be! Many people, however, still give up the breakfast to sleep more or arrive early at work.

Skipping breakfast is not enough to be harmful, but a good meal is a proven benefit. Among the main advantages of morning coffee have the stimulation of the metabolism and providing the necessary energy to start the day! Also, people who eat breakfast are more likely to maintain ideal weight.

But what to eat for breakfast? Well, start with a good dose of protein found in eggs, yogurt, low-fat cheeses and bread. Whole grains also should be present: oat flakes, quinoa, linseed, amaranth flakes and granola, for example. Fruits, of course, can not be left out. Bet on the fruit or even a delicious natural juice. He realized that the traditional coffee is pretonão this? Well, it is not the most recommended drink, but if you do not give up a good deal of caffeine, a small cup is enough to give a lively in your morning, but remember to eat a snack following the coffee.

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Fish

Most fish is rich in vitamin B6, which is a vitamin required for the production of melatonin (the hormone responsible for regulating sleep). Then add fish to your diet will not only improve your health, but will also help regulate your sleep;

Grains and Cereals

Magnesium deficiency may be a reason for the constant lack of sleep. To resolve this, bet on grains in general. Choose your favorite, combine them with yogurt, fruit or mixed in other foods.

The cereal increase the availability of tryptophan in the blood, which enhances the effects of sleep;

Yogurt and milk

Calcium deficiency can also cause problems with sleep. To adjust this, yogurt is the best solution, but the milk may also be an option;

Nutrition Tips - Cabbage

kale

This type of cabbage, as well as yogurt and milk, is a great source of calcium, perfect option for those who are lactose intolerant;

Banana

Just as fish, bananas are rich in vitamin B6 and, as said, this vitamin is essential for the production of melatonin.

It is important to remember that these foods do not have to be eaten minutes before you lie down to sleep, in fact, the tip is to include them in your daily diet! A good night's sleep often is a reflection of good health. However, before bedtime, it is important to avoid: coffee, tea, chocolate, soft drinks cola, or anything with high caffeine or sugar. heavy meals also do not match a good night's sleep, as well as alcohol and cigarettes.

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