My forest breakfast bowl mixed berry yogurt include Red apple, Peach, blueberries and granola mix, It is a very easy breakfast to make, That Will Jump Start Your Morning.
Here I gonna show you the properties of the fruits and seeds that you use for our bowl:
The health benefits of peach fruit include a relief from hypokalemia, cancer, obesity, cholesterol, blood stasis, and neurodegenerative diseases. It helps in eye care, skin care, maintaining a healthy nervous system, bones, and teeth.
Apples are a storehouse of powerful antioxidants, phytochemicals, flavonols, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals. These nutrients contain heart-healthy and immune boosting compounds.
A type of flavonoid called anthocyanin gives blueberries many of their health benefits. Flavonoids are plant compounds that often have a powerful antioxidant effect.
The long list of health benefits commonly attributed to granola is mainly due to its nutrients including dietary fiber.  The minerals in it include sodium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, and iron. Vitamins include vitamin E, vitamin C, niacin, vitamin E, and thiamin.
It’s easy to make with only a few forest fruit, perfect for a quick breakfast as every New Yorker before work or on the go. put the red apple with granola, cashews, blueberries and peach then place in a bowl with Wallaby Organic Greek yogurt, or add your favorites fruits.
One taste of the Aussie life will change you.
And here’s the proof: The founders traveled to Australia and discovered yogurt so deliciously different they returned home, quit their jobs, and started Wallaby Yogurt Company. That had to be some delicious yogurt.
Wallaby is slow-crafted in small batches with organic milk from family farms and premium organic ingredients. It’s more art than science, more love than labor. It is deliciously different. And some would even say you can taste Australia in every bite — kinda. You’ll have to discover Wallaby for yourself.
Now choose your favorite yogurt and create your own recipe like me, I can not wait to see them.