Breakfast is one of the most important of all meals, so it is integral to keep it high on nutrients. It is the right time to have some good rich food as the body can easily absorb all of it after a long approx 8 hours of fasting. Here are a few breakfast options to kick start your day. 

Monday: Moong Dal Chilla

Moong dal is very nutritious and easy to digest. You may add vegetables of your choice to the chilla with spices according to your taste to make it more tasty and filling. Pair it with some healthy coriander and mint chutney for flavour.

Tuesday: Upma

This South-Indian speciality is a wholesome option as breakfast for everyone. Because it is made out of semolina, it gives the body enough energy to sustain through the day. You may add some onions, peas, carrots or any other vegetable of your choice. It can be enjoyed with some freshly made sambhar for a healthy and tasty meal.

Wednesday: Idli Sambhar

Here’s the perfect combo of nutrition with carbs, proteins, fats, fibre and vitamins & minerals. Idli sambhar is a food item that tops the list of healthy options.

Thursday: Poha 

The famous Maharashtrian and staple speciality is rich in carbs, protein, fibre and fat. The addition of chillies, peanuts and grated coconut makes it a wholesome meal, as it brings in a perfect crunch to your breakfast while satisfying your taste buds. This helps especially when you are on your weight loss journey.

Friday: Vegetable Dalia

It is an Indian superfood that aids in weight loss as it is high on dietary fibre. Great to begin your mornings with a bowl of hot dalia to get you going. You may customise it according to your taste buds. 

Saturday: Thepla

This is a traditional delicacy from Gujrat made from whole wheat flour, fenugreek leaves, coriander leaves and some turmeric powder. A high on nutrition meal as it is roasted and has the goodness of greens. Have it with achaar or some freshly made coriander and mint chutney.

Sunday: Sevai

Ditch the regular noodles, twist it up with some sevai or vermicelli and make healthy Hakka noodles with less oil and more seasonal vegetables. Also, you may add some urad dal and chana dal to give it more of an Indian tadhka. 

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