Athletes breakfastProper nutrition for athletes start at 'breakfast'. This is the most important meal of the day and basic for a healthy diet. Generally, athletes who tend to eat breakfast, have a more balanced diet, choose foods with a lower fat, have lower blood cholesterol levels and better control their body weight, mental clarity and have more energy for exercise.
Contains bran flakes, cranberries, sunflower seeds, organic mullberries, raisins.
Cranberies: is an excellent source of vitamin C and very rich in fibers, magnesium, vitamin E and vitamin K.
Raisins: contain antioxidants, dietary fiber, potassium, selenium, vitamin A, B vitamins and iron.
Sunflower seeds: They have anti-inflammatory properties, and help lowering cholesterol,
relax our nerves, protect our heart, have antioxidant and anticancer activity.
Mullberries: they are rich in vitamin C and E, anthocyanins, phytochemicals that are responsible for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Mullberries have more potassium than a banana (776mg per 100g). A small amount of dried white berry covers almost 10% of the daily needs of the body calcium. It is also an excellent source of iron.
Cereal bran flekes: Is a healthy choice rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, fat-soluble vitamins, water soluble vitamins