What I Eat For Breakfast May Surprise You
Sugary carbs won’t keep the hunger away
Water with a twist
If I’m in a hurry I usually choose to prepare a quick smoothie combined with berries, nuts, seeds and a variety of oils. The liquid base that I use for smoothies is either coconut milk or any nut milk, water or kefir. Kefir is packed with probiotics and makes a great smoothie with fruits.
Chia seeds or flax seeds will add a great amount of fibre which is very important for our intestinal health and berries provide the super important antioxidants that we need to prevent free radicals from causing oxidation in our body tissues and cells (ageing process and DNA damage, for example). Berries and fruits are also a rich source of important micronutrients; vitamins and minerals. To make any smoothie even denser in nutrients, I might add some spinach, kale or green superfood powder such as Wheatgrass or Spirulina. Couldn’t get much healthier and easier than this!
Filling omelette or pancake
Intermitted Fasting = skipping breakfast?
My breakfast includes:
- Healthy Fats
- Healthy proteins
- Complex carbohydrates
5 Breakfast categories
See more of my breakfast ideas here.