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By Faryn Clark

Daily intake of morning meal is a healthy habit to control weight. Researchers have proven that subjects who consume their morning meal daily tend to look slimmer and can effortlessly attain their weight loss target. Apart from losing weight from dieting, one can keep it off by taking breakfast regularly. Moreover, people taking morning meals tend to receive sufficient number of riboflavin, vitamins A and C, nutrients, calcium, iron, fiber, and zinc. Consumption of breakfast cereal is effective in managing fat content in the system. The fortified cereals lack dietary cholesterol when taken along with naturally nutrient-rich fruits, vitamins and minerals. It sounds boring to take cereal breakfast daily and for a change it is advised to mix up the morning meal with some of the below mentioned foods that aid in weight loss.

1. Oatmeal

Oatmeal works in 2 ways to enhance weight loss. First, it is rich in fiber and it creates stomach fullness for longer period. Second, a recently performed study claims that morning meal intake, containing "slow-release" carbohydrates can burn fat in the body. Slow release carbs include oatmeal or bran cereal and they are advised to be taken 2 to 3 hours before pre-workout session. The "slow-release" carbohydrates do not increase blood sugar levels as high as refined carbohydrates. In addition, the surge of insulin levels can be prevented as it promotes fat accumulation, while decreased blood glucose levels can burn excess fat. One should prefer taking 1 serving of (rolled or steel cut oats) oatmeal along with either a dried fruit touch of honey or applesauce or brown sugar for little sweetness.

2. Berries

A healthy breakfast meal should include berries of all kinds including blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries. These fruits can be added to an oatmeal, cold cereal, yogurt, pancakes or French toast. Berries abundantly contain are anti-inflammatory compounds, referred to as anthocyanins, which are effective in preventing diabetes, heart disease and improve eyesight and short-term memory. Dieters can prefer taking a cup of raspberries, which delivers up to 8 grams of fiber. Recent research suggests that adequate intake of fiber can encourage weight loss and prevent weight gain. The researchers have demonstrated that boosting fiber intake by 8 grams for every 1,000 calories promoted weight loss by up to 4 pounds.

3. Nonfat greek yogurt

Nonfat Greek yogurt has a hunger suppressant action induced by its. It is highly recommended when compared to a traditional yogurt. It helps to overcome food cravings or mid-morning hunger pangs. Yogurt helps to get leaner as it contains a specific protein that promotes fitness. According to researchers, yogurt intake and other dairy products are rich sources of whey protein, which hastens weight loss. Additionally, people taking whey protein are more likely to gain 7 percent more lean muscle mass. Yogurt is a best alternative for unnecessary sugary items as it helps to save calories.

4. Eggs

Eggs are highly advised to dieters as they contain necessary protein than fat and carbohydrates. Moreover, one can feel fuller for longer period by taking protein. A research study claims that dieters who consume eggs for breakfast experienced no appetite for food and refrained from food cravings. They also lost their weight twice more than those who received the same number of calories through a breakfast bagel.

5. Peanut Butter

The Harvard researchers have reported that nuts are also one among the top most foods that hasten weight loss. One can prefer taking one to two tablespoons of peanut butter to a whole-wheat toast, which is a "slow-release" carbohydrate. Alternately, one can also prefer include nuts to an oatmeal breakfast, which is another "slow-release" carb.

6. Cottage cheese

It is advised to take low at cottage cheese with a fresh fruit for morning meal. It makes one feel fuller for longer period of time. About 16 g of protein is loaded in cottage cheese, which avoids hunger and includes only about 1 g of fat.

7. Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds can be just sprinkled to a yogurt, oatmeal, or blend it with a breakfast smoothie or a muffin batter. Flaxseeds are highly loaded with seeds that are rich in omega-3 fat, fiber, and protein.

8. Whole-Grain Cereal

Cereal Mostly Whole Grain An ideal breakfast contains a bowl of whole grain cereal mixed with skim milk or low-fat milk. One should avoid taking whole grain cereals that contain high calories and sugar by preferring some of the popular brands that have reigned as supreme cereal foods.

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