I don’t know about you, but some mornings, the last thing I want to be doing when I wake up is spend a long time in the kitchen making breakfast.
I know most people neglect having breakfast because we live in an fast paced world and there never seems to be enough time to do all the things you want/need to do. So I’m going to show you 3 simple quick breakfast ideas to help you start your day right.
Now that watermelon is in season, waking up to a watermelon drizzled with lemon/lime juice is one of the best ways to start your morning. I like to call this the perfect summer breakfast because it’s so refreshing!
Eating fruit for breakfast will make you think clearer and a light breakfast is a great way to transition the body from a fasting state to an eating state.
It’s so important that we keep a clean colon because all disease starts from there. Fruit fibre is the perfect way to help your body push out old waste matter from the day before.
Natural fruit sugars are the thing the body needs when it wakes up, so instead of reaching for that coffee, try having a big water dense fruit meal for breakfast because the brain runs off gluconse.
Cheese avocado toast with falafel
I mean, who doesn’t love bread? I know I do! Toast for breakfast has always been one of my favourites. It’s so filling and there’s so many toppings you can use.
Here we have cheese on toast with avocado and I sprinkled some pepper and chilli flakes on top. And I have Falafel and tomatoes on the side.
Avocados are a naturally nutrient-dense food and contain nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. Fat is essential for every single cell in your body and over 60% of your brain is made of fat, so consuming healthy fat is very important for your body.
The falafels are low in calories, very high in fibre, loaded with proteins, rich in healthy fats, sugar free, boost of iron and many more.
As you can tell, I looove having a lot of milk with my granola and cereal! For this I used coconut rice milk because it’s been my favourite milk for quite a while now and it has a nice sweet flavour.
I always like to slice a banana in my cereal and/or add other fruits like berries to make it more rich in vitamins and minerals. And if I have some sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds, I add that as well.
I also added 1/2 tbs flaxseed and 1/2 tbs chia seed.
In my next post I’m going to be sharing how to make your own healthy granola so you can avoid all the unnecessary processed sugar and unhealthy fat.
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