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Bircher Muesli Recipe

There are so many breakfast cereals to choose from, but beware of the amount of

sugar they contain. The best breakfast is still eggs – poached, boiled, scrambled –

however you like them, they are a really good source of protein that will help you to

feel satiated throughout the morning.

If you are more of a sweet breakfast fan then Bircher Muesli is also a great option.

And if you can’t be bothered to make you own muesli, just buy a good one (low in

sugar preferably) and soak it as instructed in the recipe – the soaking process helps

to break down the food and makes it easier to digest.

Serves 4

150 g rolled oats

75 g dried fruit – raisins, cranberries etc

25 g walnuts halves, chopped

1 tbsp pumpkin seeds

1 tbsp sunflower seeds

1 tbsp desiccated coconut

1 apple, grated

200 ml milk, orange juice or apple juice

natural yoghurt and fresh berries to serve

 Mix together the oats, dried fruit, nuts and seeds and pour over the milk, or

juice (whichever you prefer) and leave in the fridge overnight.

 When ready to eat, stir in the grated apple then divide between four bowls to


 Let people help themselves to yoghurt and fresh fruit to serve.

If you want to find out more about a nutritional plan that suits you get in touch with our Nutritional Therapist, Joy Skipper. Contact us at info@henleypodiatry.com or call 01491 260320 to find out more about how nutritional therapy may be the key to getting your health on track.

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