Hindustan Times (Jalandhar) - - HTWORLD -

A ma­jor meal-plan change dur­ing lock­down has been a scrimp­ing on or skip­ping of lunch in favour of a big break­fast. “Break­fast sets the gut into func­tion­ing mode. A bal­anced meal of pro­tein, car­bo­hy­drates and fiber com­bi­na­tion is a good break­fast. Those who eat this tend to eat less junk food dur­ing the day,” said Bi­pasha Das, a se­nior nu­tri­tion­ist in Delhi who runs the Su­gati Cen­tre for Diet and Well­ness. “A high-fiber break­fast of slow-re­lease carbs pre­vents mid­morn­ing sugar crav­ings. A fruity French toast with home­made juice or an ap­ple-oats-berries-al­mond smoothie are good op­tions.”


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