Breakfast Ideas

Simple Breakfast Ideas
that will help you start your day right!

It’s said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Why is that? The food you eat for breakfast will trigger various body functions such as your metabolism, your blood sugar levels and neurotransmitter production. It is important to trigger those bodily processes the right way, since the effects persist throughout the day. Put another way, you can make your whole day more enjoyable with simple, easy breakfast ideas that are well thought out and balanced!

Breakfast Ideas

Your breakfast can have a great impact on how hungry you feel for the rest of the day. It’s best to start your day with a low-sugar meal that will gradually raise your blood sugar levels rather than cause them to spike suddenly. A spike will eventually lead to a crash and make you feel hungry and irritated. Studies suggest that a breakfast high in protein and “good” fats will lower your blood sugar and the risk of developing diabetes. Such breakfast ideas can also help you stay energized and focused throughout the day.

Breakfast doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive. Plenty of affordable, healthy and nutritious foods can be easily prepared and combined in a well-balanced, easy breakfast recipe. Such a balanced breakfast doesn’t necessarily need to be eaten all at once. Focus on what you need most urgently. If you’re an athlete, for example, simply get your protein first. Have a nice, thick protein shake, and an hour later enjoy a second breakfast to fuel yourself with the other macronutrients you need.

It’s generally easier to digest many smaller meals than few large ones. So start your day with a light breakfast. Have a similar one two hours later. This breakfast idea will have the beneficial effect of keeping your digestive system running non-stop. You’ll burn more calories than you would have if your system had slowed down between meals. As odd as it may seem at first, you can eat more to weigh less, as long as you’re eating natural, whole foods.

 
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