Ronaldo's recipe for you at home using some beautiful and healthy summer fruits.

Good balanced breakfasts are normally a combination of low GI carbohydrates, proteins and good quality fats. In just a few minutes you can prepare this refreshing healthy fruit breakfast in a bowl.

Ingredients – serves 1

  • 1 cup of seasonal fruit of your choice – paw paw, nectarines, mango, passion fruit
  • 1/2 cup of coconut milk or almond milk
  • 1-2 tablespoon of linseed meal or chia seeds
  • 2 tablespoons of a whole grain of your choice – rolled oats, oat meal, muesli or quinoa

Posted by Ronaldo Fulieri
Ronaldo Fulieri

Ronaldo Fulieri is an Endeavour alumnus, nutritionist and holistic chef.

Ronaldo is open, friendly, energizing and definitely an inspiring Brazilian who is passionate about nutrition and cooking. He loves and respects food and knows that fresh ingredients have to be used adequately to preserve maximum nutrition and bio availability.

Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, nutritionist and chef Ronaldo Fulieri’s first book, Ronaldo’s Kitchen: The Superpower of Nutrition brings not only delicious and simple recipes to your dining room table but, well informed nutritional information that will help you to enjoy good food and experience weight loss at the same time.

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