Starting The Day The Right Way
Starting your day the right way begins by revitalizing yourself with a breakfast that is low in animal protein, sugar, fats, and high in complex carbohydrates and flax seed oil. You have for too long been fed the myth that lots of protein is good for you.
In fact you would be healthier, more alert, and energized if you started your day with organic foods high in complex carbohydrates like grains, nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables and flax seed oil.
This is your powerhouse to obtain a better source of protein, amino acids, B-vitamins, and minerals—vital components for creating a healthier you. Moreover, complex carbohydrates and flax seed oil are a more efficient fuel for providing the cells the means to produce energy.
All night the body was busy repairing and rebuilding cells; this process requires much energy and many nutrients. In the morning the cells are in a state of nutritional deficiently.
How Do Most Americans Correct This Nutritional Deficit?
Skipping breakfast or eating foods high in sugars, starches and unhealthy fats that provides only empty calories and poor energy production. It takes energy to think, problem-solve, and experience mental alertness. Eating complex carbohydrates in place of simple carbohydrates offers more energy for your cell to get you going.
Now, you can understand why breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It behooves you not to skip breakfast or eat empty calories and expect to perform at your peak level. Something to consider the next time you leave the house without breakfast.
Here are some choices you can implement in the morning for starting you day the right way with a breakfast that will boast your cellular energy and quick to prepare:
Avoid injecting harmful additives by eating only Organic and Non-GMO food
- Whole grain organic bread with organic coconut butter and organic oatmeal add a handful of organic nuts or seeds to (1) cup of yogurt and (1) tablespoon of flax seed oil and mix. Pour over the organic grains and your cells will thank you with increased energy.
- Vegetable juice made in the blender—add a handful of organic spinach, broccoli, kale, dandelion, (1) carrot, celery, fresh parsley, garlic, (1) tsp. of hemp seeds, flax seeds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, vitamin C and an apple. Now you have a protein healthy breakfast.
- A quick breakfast on the go: Eat a banana, or a pear or an apple and a palm full of nuts or seeds of your choice or, 1 tablespoon of nut butter with fruit.
- Smoothie: add (1) cup of low fat Kefir, organic apple, banana and blue berries or other fruit of your choice and (1) tsp of organic nuts or seeds and some organic cinnamon. Enjoy!
- Baked sweet potato with scoop of organic cottage cheese sprinkled with hemp seeds and rosemary herb.
- Smoothie: add (1) cup of low fat Kefir or rice or coconut milk, organic apple, banana and blue berries or other fruit of your choice and (1) tsp of organic nuts or seeds and some organic cinnamon. Enjoy!
- ¼ cup Albacore tuna fish (non-gmo and organic) mixed with (2) ounces of plain organic yogurt and onions, sprinkle with organic kelp granules and place on a bed of greens. Now you are charging your cellular battery
- 1 tablespoon of ground flax seed in a bowl, add one cut up organic apple or some other fruit. Mix ½ cup of yogurt with 1tablespoon of flax see oil. Pour over the fruit and top with cinnamon, seeds or nuts (a palm full).
Concerned about your cholesterol? No, need to deprive yourself of the egg. Here is a quick and healthier way to scramble the egg that has been found to reduce the cholesterol:
Place a small amount of water in a pan and allow it to boil. Separate the egg yoke from the white. When the water is boiling, place the egg white into the boiling water. When it has formed remove it from the water and mix it with the egg yoke. Enjoy your egg with a slice of organic whole grain bread with organic coconut butter spread.
Implementing healthy breakfast choices for stating your day the right way,
are the best health insurance to create a healthier you. Aren’t you worth it?
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