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A healthy start to the day

Delicious breakfast recipes for a good start, full of energy, into the day.

You feel again without a power short time after breakfast and could just put yourself back in bed? How can that be? Maybe it's due to your breakfast?

Some things get you again and again every day. What should I eat for breakfast? And what can provide me with sufficient energy and micronutrients for starting the day?

Bread with cheese or sausage? A bun with jam? Or would you prefer a muesli crunchies? The list of possibilities is long.

Unfortunately, the classics of the German breakfast culture usually turn out to be very persistent and a quick increase in the energy level, the break -in quickly follows.

You already notice that the topic "varied and at the same time healthy breakfast" is an issue that keeps us busy. Because especially at breakfast, boredom quickly returns or an unhealthy routine, which we are aware of, but which we often accept due to the lack of time.

Today we want to introduce you to two healthy alternatives that also have the advantage that they are being prepared the evening before, saving time and nerves in the morning.

Exchange your usual breakfast against the recipes below for a week and observe how your vitality improves during this time and your fatigue sinks in the morning.

Have fun trying out our favorite recipes for a real power breakfast.

Micro-fermented porridge

This recipe for fermented porridge is an excellent and nutrient -rich breakfast. Through fermentation overnight with the Millivital micro fermentation accelerator Not only is a delicious, but also a particularly digestible dish for the intestine. The process is better available by the process, and the good bacteria promote intestinal health.

The ingredients used in the recipe are tough. Not only are they delicious, but are also known for their abundance of micronutrients and secondary plant substances that offer various health benefits:

  • Almond: Almonds are an excellent source for vitamin E, magnesium and protein. Vitamin E is a strong antioxidant that can protect the cells from oxidative stress, while magnesium is important for bone health and energy metabolism. The protein contained in almonds can help muscle building and ensures a long feeling of satiety.
  • Raisins: Raisins are rich in iron, potassium and fiber. Iron is crucial for the formation of red blood cells and can therefore work against fatigue and anemia. Potassium supports heart health. Fillers are important for healthy digestion.
  • Cranberries: These berries are known for their high content of vitamin C and proanthocyanidines, a secondary plant substance. Vitamin C supports the immune system, while proanthocyanidins can help prevent urinary tract infections.
  • Apples: Apples contain quercetin, strong antioxidant, as well as vitamin C and fiber. Quercetin can have anti -inflammatory effects and promote heart health. The high fiber content supports healthy digestion and can help with weight management.
  • Banana: Bananas are an excellent source for potassium, vitamin B6 and soluble fiber. Potassium helps to regulate blood pressure, while vitamin B6 is important for brain health.
  • blueberries: They are rich in vitamin C, vitamin K and manganese as well as anthocyans, a secondary plant substance. Anthocyans are known for their antioxidant properties. Vitamin K is important for blood clotting, and manganese plays a role in bone metabolism.

Preparation time: 10 mins
Micro fermentation time: 12 hours
Required accessories: Micro fermentation glass with membrane

Ingredients per person:

For the porridge:

  • 60 g of oatmeal
  • 200 ml of water
  • 1 measuring spoon Millivital micro fermentation accelerator

To finish the next morning:

  • 2 tablespoons of dried fruits such as raisins or cranberrys
  • 2 tablespoons of almonds
  • 1/2 apple
  • 1/2 banana
  • 2 tablespoons of your choice
  • 1 tablespoon of date sweetness
  • 1 TL cinnamon
  • approx. 200 ml plant milk (almond, rice or oat milk)


  1. Put lukewarm water in the fermentation glass.
  2. Add the micro fermentation accelerator and stir well with a wooden spoon.
  3. Add oatmeal and stir again.
  4. Close the glass with the membrane and set aside for 12 hours.
  5. The next morning, refine the fermented porridge with dried fruits, almonds, apple and banana pieces as well as berries.
  6. Depending on the taste, sweeten with date sweetness and cinnamon and pour in with plant milk.

The porridge can be enriched with further fruits or nuts as you like to make it even more nutritious.

Have fun trying.

Vital juice back to the roots

A self -made juice delivers many fresh micronutrients, secondary plant substances and fiber. And he has the great advantage that it can be varied infinitely often. So there is never boredom in the glass.

If you also prepare it on the evening before and take micro fermentation overnight, it will provide you with additional valuable probiotics that arise during fermentation.

The ingredients used in today's recipe for a real vital juice are tough. Not only are they delicious, but are also known for their abundance of micronutrients and secondary plant substances that offer various health benefits:

  • Cucumber: Contains vitamins K and C, potassium and manganese.
  • Beetroot: Is rich in folic acid (vitamin B9), iron and manganese. It also contains nitrates and betaines that can support heart health.
  • Carrots: Deliver beta-carotene (which is converted into vitamin A in the body), vitamins k and c and potassium. They also contain lutein and zeaxanthin, two antioxidants that are important for eye health.
  • Apples: Offer a good source for vitamin C and fiber and contain quercetin, an antioxidant that can have anti -inflammatory properties.
  • Ginger: Contains Gingerol, a bioactive substance that can have an anti -inflammatory and antioxidant effect.
  • Lemon juice: Is known for its high content of vitamin C and secondary plant substances such as flavonoids that can support the immune system.
  • Oatmeal: Contain beta-glucane, soluble fiber as well as antioxidants and minerals such as manganese and phosphorus.

Each of these ingredients contributes to the creation of a nutrient -rich drink that is not only beneficial for the body, but can also improve the bioavailability of these important nutrients through fermentation.



  1. Cut all ingredients into small pieces and juice them in a slow juicer or juicer.
  2. Pour the fresh juice into a micro fermentation glass.
  3. Crush oatmeal in a mortar and add to the juice.
  4. Add two measuring spoons of the micro fermentation accelerator and stir well with a wooden spoon.
  5. Close the glass with the membrane insert to enable controlled fermentation.
  6. Leave the glass at a room temperature of at least 22 ° C for about 12 hours.

Tip: For an increased synergistic effect in times of increased effort, a tablespoon of Millivital Milli can also be added immune. This can also support the immune system and increase vitality.

The micro-fermented vital juice combines the advantages of the individual ingredients and is even more health-promoted by the fermentation process. Fermentation can help improve nutrient absorption and to promote intestinal health by accumulating with good bacteria.

We wish you an energetic start to the next day.

- Kind regards and see you soon -

Your Millivital team

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