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October 12, 2012

Building A Great Breakfast Meal

You’ve heard it time and time again, if you want to succeed with your weight loss goals, you absolutely must be eating a good breakfast.

Breakfast really is one of the most important meals of the day because it’s going to break the fasting period, jumpstarting your metabolic rate while also providing you with the energy you need to get your day off and running.

That said, many people choose very poorly when it comes to their food intake for the breakfast meal and thus suffer a set-back instead of moving forward.

Let’s look at the key things to remember when building your breakfast.

Avoid Cereal Bars

First, the one thing that you’ll want to avoid as you prepare your breakfast meal is the cereal bars that so many people are fond of.  These are full of simple sugars and highly processed carbs, so will only send your blood glucose level soaring and then crashing rapidly.

The end result is that you’ll feel highly irritable, exhausted, and like you could eat an entire other meal – and often you might.

These are not the best way to go as far as maintaining a healthy diet is concerned.  Have a bowl of cereal – notably plain oatmeal, instead.

Consider A Smoothie

Second, also consider a smoothie if you’re in a time crunch first thing in the morning.  These can be an excellent option when prepared yourself and cover all three macronutrients.

Mix together some whey protein powder, a bit of Greek yogurt, some frozen berries, along with some flaxseeds or natural nut butters.

Add in some ice and skim milk and you’ve got yourself a delish shake in seconds.  This is perfect for taking on the go.

Utilize Eggs Often
Finally, the last thing to keep in mind as you work to build yourself a superior fat loss focused breakfast is to make sure that you’re using eggs often.  Eggs are one of the top quality protein sources that you should be consuming in your diet plan and tend to work perfectly for the morning meal.
Choose egg whites most often to keep the total calorie and fat content down and prepare them into omelettes, scramble them, or simply serve them hard boiled along with some fresh fruit.

Eggs are fast and easy to prepare, so won’t take up much time during your busy morning either.

So there you have a few of the key points to keep in mind as you go about building a healthy, fat loss oriented breakfast.  As much as possible you want to stay away from packaged breakfast meals or worse, something you pick up at the drive through.  Those just won’t supply you with the high quality energy you need to get your day started off properly.


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