Seeds You Should Always Have in Your Breakfast

Chia Seeds Packed with omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, chia seeds are versatile and can be sprinkled on salads, yogurt, or blended into smoothies.

Flaxseeds Rich in lignans and fiber, flaxseeds support heart health and digestion. Add them to oatmeal, baked goods, or as a crunchy topping on soups.

Hemp Seeds High in protein and containing all essential amino acids, hemp seeds

Pumpkin Seeds Loaded with magnesium and zinc, pumpkin seeds make a nutritious snack or crunchy addition to salads, stir-fries, or homemade trail mix.

Sunflower Seeds A good source of vitamin E and selenium, sunflower seeds add a nutty flavor to salads, stir-fries, or baked goods like bread and muffins.

Sesame Seeds Rich in calcium and iron, sesame seeds can be used to garnish salads, stir-fries, or as a flavorful crust for fish or chicken.

Quinoa Technically a pseudo-cereal, quinoa is gluten-free and high in protein, making it a nutritious base for salads, stir-fries, or stuffed peppers.

Champagne Relatively low in calories and sugar, champagne can be enjoyed in moderation for celebrations.