Why Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal On Your Travel Itinerary

by Yashasvi Shaktawat
Why Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal On Your Travel Itinerary

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A lot of us underestimate the goodness of a wholesome breakfast meal in the morning. Here’s how you should eat healthy to kickstart your day and travel.

What Is It?

Breakfast is the most important meal without any doubt and we’re here to assure you that this stays true. While a lot of us have a habit of skipping the most important meal of the day, one can still get away with few tips on how to keep healthy and hydrated on your travel days.

What’s In It?

Water is the utmost necessity and carrying a bottle of water is amongst the first things you should add to your travel bag. Travelling can be tiresome and when you’re not eating healthy, you may fall prey to sickness and other diseases. Hence, having a healthy breakfast at the start of your day makes you feel energized and ready to take on all your tasks of the day.

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Carb-heavy breakfasts will give you a burst of energy, carry some nutrient bars in your bag that might come handy later when you’re feeling low on energy. You can carry some fruits like Apples, Oranges and Bananas that aren’t too messy to eat and will keep you hydrated. Eggs are the best source of protein that can keep you full for hours and the best part is you can have your eggs the way you want, add a sprinkle of salt, herbs, onions, and bacon, you’re all set to go!

Another element of your healthy breakfast is milk and if milk is a lot for you to digest in the morning then go for yogurt parfaits with crunchy granola to add to your taste. Few more items that can be added to your bag for a quick snack are flavoured yogurt, chocolates, dry fruits, fresh juice and lots of water.

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