It can be hard to give your body what it needs in the morning—a filling breakfast that isn’t pumped full of sugar. Many cereals and store-made breads and pastries are full of unnecessary sugar, but you don’t need sugar to make something tasty.
It’s important to fit in this first meal of the day because a proper breakfast will give you the energy and sustenance your body needs to prevent you from snacking throughout your day.
The following nutritious breakfast recipes are low in sugar and full of heart-healthy antioxidants and nutrients…
Yogurt and Berries
You can easily turn plain or vanilla Greek yogurt into a delicious breakfast with the help of some mixed berries. Great for the heart, blueberries will give your morning meal a shot full of antioxidants and have just enough of a sweet kick to tame your sugar cravings.
Strawberries are also a good alternative and contain less sugar per serving compared to blueberries, so you can add more whole or sliced berries. If you want to add a little more “meat” (aka: sustenance) to the meal, low-sugar oats are full of fiber and will do the trick.