For me, breakfast is always nutritious and healthy. It jump-starts my metabolism. It’s the fuel that gets me going so I can face the day ahead. I cannot emphasise how vitally important breakfast is to get you started on your day. You have just had maybe 10 to 12 hours of not eating – your body needs sustenance and is ready to be refueled.
Most mornings I have quinoa porridge and I always mix between quinoa and chia, quinoa and oats, or quinoa and polenta. Quinoa, pronounced keen-wah, is a grain-like seed. Quinoa is complete protein food, which means it includes all of the eight essential amino acids that are needed for growth and repair.
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