There’s a reason why most Doctors call breakfast the most important  meal of the day . Check out the health benefits of breakfast:


•Improves concentration and results in better memory. This leads to a better start of the day and leads to improved performance.
•People who eat breakfast on a regular basis have a more adequate balance of nutrients and minerals in their body  than those who did not have breakfast.
•If you think skipping breakfast will make you slim, think again! Research indicates that those who skip breakfast are likely to become overweight with time due to extreme hunger later in the day.
•Making breakfast an excuse to meet up the family in the morning is a great way to bond and also have breakfast with some doses of laughter! It is a great way to start the day and you can be sure your day will turn out to be better than what you expect.
•Those who have breakfast tend to fall less sick as compared to those who skip breakfast. This is because the body is energetic, stronger and more immune to diseases and infections.
Why are Cereals apart of a great breakfast?

1. Cereals are most economic source of energy. They provide about 30 percent of total calories needed to get through the day.

2.They provide both soluble and insoluble fiber which helps to improve peristalsis in the intestine and bulk to the stools. Fiber helps for slow release of glucose from food and maintains sugar levels in the blood.

3. Protein: The protein content of different cereals vanes. Rice contain less protein compared to other cereals. The protein content of different varieties of the same cereal also varies. Proteins are found in all the tissues of the cereals grain.

4. Fats or lipids Considering the amount of cereal consumed, it is estimated that fat percent in cereals can meet more than 50% of our essential fatty acids daily requirements, when consumed in whole cereal as food. Being plant origin, cereals do not contain cholesterol and fats and are in poly unsaturated forms.

5. Minerals: About 95% of minerals are the phosphates and sulphates of potassium, magnesium and calcium, a considerable part of phosphorous in cereals. Some mineral elements like copper, zinc and manganese are also present in very small quantities in cereals.

6. Vitamins: Whole grain cereals are important source of vitamin B in our diet. Oils from cereal grains are rich in vitamin E. Rice bran oil is richer in vitamin E than other oils.

7. Enzymes: Cereal grains contain many enzymes mostly of amylase, protease and lipases and oxido-reductases. On germination amylase actively increases. The proteases are relatively more in the germ.


Organic Cereals/Granola

Whole Grain Oats and more

Kind Healthy Grains


Cascadian Farm Organic Cereals

Glutten Free Cereals

Barbara's Natural Cereal

USDA Certified Organic Cereal

Ezekiel Breads/Cereals

Holsum Breads