In Malaysia, we have a wide selection of delicious breakfast options to start our first meal. Some of the local favorites that we are brought up with: soft-boiled eggs, kaya and butter with toast, a cup of Teh Tarik / Kopi o, Roti Canai, Tosai, Nasi Lemak, Dim Sum (Cantonese style cuisine), Chee Cheong Fun and so much more. But today we will be introducing a more healthy and easy-to-ready breakfast that everyone can have at the comfort of their home - Muesli.
- It is extremely versatile, you can add almost any fruits or syrup you like.
- Lightweight and easy to digest.
- Easiest things to cook in just no time, especially if you are running short of time. Give muesli a try instead.
The nutritional value of Muesli benefits is endless. Here are just some of the potential muesli benefits:
- Good for diet. Muesli can act as an excellent lunch replacement for those who are on a diet or staying away from unwanted cravings. It is extremely light on the tummy and yet keeps you full because of the high protein content.
- High in fiber. The high fiber content keeps the blood sugar in check and keeps you satiated for a longer time.
- Reduce Cholesterol And Heart Diseases. The oat bran that presents in Muesli contains a fiber called beta-glucan (known to reduce LDL cholesterol). Research claims that Beta-glucan can take down cholesterol levels by almost 10 percent.
- High in protein. Improve bone health, nourish hair, control blood pressure.
- Rich in omega 3. Muesli bowl mix that contains ingredients such as pistachios, walnut, almond, cashew nuts, flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, or fruits like cranberry will ensure you get a natural source of Omega 3 fatty acid.
Below are some of the serving methods:
Mueslis contains a lot less sugar and calories than other cereals, along with some essential nutrients that make it a better option than other breakfasts.