Breakfast High In Protein

Why Eating Breakfast is Important

After going 10 – 12 hours overnight without food, energy reserves are low and your body and brain need fuel. What you choose to eat at breakfast can affect your mood, physical and mental performance, weight and your general and long term health.

Why is eating the “RIGHT” breakfast so important?

Eating the right breakfast is just as important to your health as eating breakfast

 What our body needs?

 All you ate yesterday consists of two major groups of elements. The first group supplies energy (proteins, fats, carbohydrates). The second group supplies building material (proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, microelements and many others)

Breakfast Containing Protein

The body needs a balanced breakfast in the morning  containing nutrients and protein:

1) Provide the body with all the nutrients (building blocks) spent during the night: Our bodies consist of 100 trillion cells, which need 114 different nutrients every day to feed them so that these cells can keep on reproducing and keeping us healthy. Without healthy cells you have an unhealthy body.

2) Provide the body energy which it spent yesterday when you were active.  The energy provided must be in the form of proteins instead of carbohydrates. This will prevent the raise in blood sugar levels, which will keep the pancreas from producing access amounts of insulin

3) Provide enough absorption of nutrients. Just like we clean our body’s everyday we need to clean our intestines as well. This will help in the absorption of all the nutrients needed. The amount of water intake is very important.

Brekfast Foods High in Protein

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