breakfast bowl

This breakfast bowl is a change from the norm but super delicious and a great brunch option

Packed with some nutritious heavy hitters


Not just a trendy food it contains –

Vitamins C, E & K

Plus important B vitamins pyridoxine (B6), folate (B9) riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3)

It also contains magnesium and potassium

High in omega 3 fatty acids (monounsaturated fat) good for brain and heart health

Contains antioxidants including beta carotene and lutein which are good for eye health

And it’s high in fibre- 75% insoluble and 25% soluble


This falls into the ‘superfood’ category and for good reason because it –

Contains B Vitamins B6, B1, B2 and B3

Plus Potassium and Magnesium, Calcium, Manganese, Copper and Iron

Also anti-oxidants beta carotene and Lutein


We know it to be high in Iron but its also –

A source of Vitamins A, C and K

Plus Vitamin B9 (folate)

Also contains Iron and Calcium

And anti-oxidants including lutein which is good for eye health

Is a source of insoluble fibre


Not a grain but actually a seed, particularly good for those following a plant-based diet as it is a ‘complete’ protein. Also its –


High in fibre, mostly insoluble but does have soluble fibre as well

Its high protein and contains all 9 essential amino acids

Contains magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, copper and manganese

Also contains vitamins E, B9, B1, B2 B6 and B3

Is a source of antioxidants

Its low GI so good for anyone following a low carb diet


Nutrient-dense and so versatile, some of their many attributes are –

Vitamins A, D, E and K

Plus vitamins B6, B9, B5, B12, B2,

They also contain zinc, selenium, calcium and choline

And antioxidants including lutein

High in protein containing all 9 essential amino acids

And lastly Omega 3 fatty acids


All in all a pretty fantastic breakfast bowl of goodness which tastes amazing

breakfast bowl

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