Blueberries, Nuts & Yoghurt
Compile this simple breakfast and enjoy the super brain healthy and energising combination. Vary the fruit combinations to keep it seasonal and tasty.
Here are 7 things you didn't know about blueberries that are amazing for you!
1 person dish
x 10 servings of nut mix
Antioxidant proanthocyanidins in blueberries provide a great deal of rich nutrition to the mitochondria in the brain's cells to help regenerate and heal from wear and tear.
This breakfast is very high in vitamin B complex with 102% B-1, 34% B-2, 88% B-3, 19% B-6, 113% B-12 contributing to getting you energised for the day.
Every ingredient listed here contributes to over 250%* manganese helping with memory issues. There is 30% omega 3s to support neuroplasticity required to help your brain heal & improve, and 145% magnesium to improve learning and memory to work with the omega 3s.
40% copper for fatigue and emotional issues with a good amount of vitamin E prevents oxidative stress on the brain's cells that leads to Alzheimer's.
*Percentages are of your Recommended Daily Allowance
2 tbsp x fresh blueberries
1/3 cup x Plain natural yoghurt (substitute with non-dairy yoghurt if lactose-free)
1/4 cup x hazelnuts
1/4 cup x Walnuts
1/8 cup x Raisins (flame are nice & juicy)
1/4 cup x Brazil nuts
1/4 cup x Almonds
1/4 cup x Cashews
1/4 cup x Peanuts (red skin preferred)
1/8 cup x Sunflower seeds
1/8 cup x Pumpkin seeds
Other fruits as you like e.g. strawberries, raspberries, mango, banana, blackberries.
In a big bowl, compile the nuts and mix together. Store in an airtight container.
Wash berries and store in airtight container.
For breakfast, in a bowl place fresh fruit, 1/2 cup of the nut mix and yoghurt.