Health and diet Page 23

Oatmeal

Oatmeal is rich in vitamins and minerals and is easy to cook and prepare. If you like to add a sweet taste to your oatmeal, you should simply add some milk and honey. Avoid adding sugar as it is not the healthiest choice. Oatmeal is also good for your skin and heart.

Strawberries

They’re red and taste delicious when eaten alone, or with cream, or even when turned into jam. Fresh strawberries are a great source of vitamin C, which helps you fight possible heart conditions and high blood pressure. They also come in handy if you are suffering from constipation. According to some studies, strawberries can help you fight off depression.

Eggs

What is there to say about eggs that hasn’t been said before? They’re delicious! And they come in many different forms on the table: Boiled, scrambled, fried, etc. They’re rich in protein and vitamins D, B2, B6 and B12 along with minerals like iron and copper. Contrary to popular belief, eggs are not as bad as it was generally thought for people with cholesterol issues. If you do have a cholesterol issue however, make sure that you consult your doctor before adding this delicious item to your breakfast menu.