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Kerry is a member of the The Royal Society of Medicine, Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).All health content on is provided for general information only, and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care professional.Breakfast suggestions Mexican beans & avocado on toast Vegan tomato & mushroom pancakes Creamy mango & coconut smoothie Apple & blueberry bircher Green breakfast smoothie Eating well in the morning is vital for balancing energy levels.
Breakfast is key to starting the day in a balanced way, so whatever you do, don't be a breakfast skipper as missing your first meal of the day sets you off on a blood sugar roller-coaster, which means you'll end up choosing the wrong foods later in the day.
Remember, breakfast makes an important contribution towards your daily intake and it plays a key role in maintaining a healthy weight.
Don't forget that we are all different with varying needs for energy and nutrients, so this information is for guidance only: Don’t forget, as set out in the Eatwell Guide, we should all be aiming for a minimum of five portions of fruit and vegetables a day.
Discover what counts as one portion using our five-a-day infographic.
The guide explains some simple rules to follow like getting a minimum five-a-day of fruit and veg, including wholegrains and choosing more beans and pulses, while opting for lower fat, lower sugar vegan alternatives to dairy foods.
Vegans avoid all animal-derived foods – so as well as meat and fish, that means no eggs, dairy or even honey.
Add flavour with yeast extract, which is not only a tasty addition but a useful source of vitamin B12.
Fill half your plate with a colourful variety of veggies (especially leafy greens because they supply small amounts of the mineral iodine) and drizzle with a dressing made from linseed, rapeseed, walnut or hemp oil.
Pack your lunch with a combination of carb-rich foods for energy and satisfying protein from foods such as nuts, seeds, beans and pulses.
The key is to choose carbs that produce a steady rise in blood sugar, which means passing on the sugary 'white' foods and going for high-fibre wholegrains, which help you manage those afternoon munchies.