Eating healthily is one of the most important things you can ever do. Through eating well, you prevent disease, boost your immune system and you’re physically fitter. Eating well doesn’t have to be difficult, you must simply be mindful. Back to the Roots helps you get into the routine of eating well with a number of products, including healthy breakfast cereal.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides you the energy and feeling of fullness you need to work, work-out or study. If you’re busy, or you’re simply a cereal lover, you should be eating healthy breakfast cereal. Most cereals are filled with sugar, GMOs and other synthetic materials. All they provide is a spike in sugar, leaving you hungry and tired later. With healthy breakfast cereal made under biodynamic practices, you get the feeling of fullness, but you get a burst of clean energy as well. When you eat Back to the Roots’ healthy breakfast cereal, you know exactly where your food comes from. Further, you know how this healthy breakfast cereal was produced and under what practices. Using organic ingredients and stoneground materials, our varieties of healthy breakfast cereal packs of punch of flavor, protein and fiber. Not only can our healthy breakfast cereal be eaten in the morning, but mix it with your favorite dry fruits for a snack on the go.
Other than your breakfast, consider your lunch, dinner and snacks. When eating grains, ensure that they’re whole grains, having the words “whole” in the first few ingredients is vital. Avoiding refined grains. Eat potatoes with peels, whole-wheat products, brown rice, oatmeal (not instant), quinoa ad wild rice.
Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Dark, leafy vegetables are rich in vitamins, such as spinach and broccoli. Tomatoes, sweet potatoes and kale are rich in vitamins and minerals as well. There are so many ways to integrate these foods into your diet in tasty, exciting ways. Add a touch of whipped cream, caramel or chocolate to your fruit every so often to make things interesting. More, make yourself a smoothie with fruits and veggies in it—add frozen berries, kale, broccoli, chia seeds, a little bit of honey and homemade almond milk all in an easy to consume format that’s pretty delicious.
Decrease your sugar and salt intake. You can do this gradually, and you’ll find that over time, you become used to having less of these harmful additives. Everything in moderation is ok, but in American society we are so used to using a heavy hand with our food. Too much sugar, salt and fat is not only bad for your weight, but can also be toxic for the skin, causing acne and causing premature aging.
Start your day right and eat healthy breakfast cereal. Visit https://backtotheroots.com or call 510.922.9758.