Are you busy and have trouble finding enough time in the morning to eat a healthy, nutritious breakfast?
Here I share the best option for a breakfast on the go and how easy it is to start the day off on the right foot.
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What Makes A Healthy Breakfast?
To now say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day is a bit of an understatement. It’s fairly common knowledge that this meal is the anchor of a sound nutrition program.
Any healthy weekly meal plan that does not preach the positive benefits of a nutritious breakfast is incomplete. After a night’s rest your body needs proper fuel to help you get through the day adequately.
Energy and vitality is what most of us want more of whether that be to perform our job well or to get through daily workouts.
The problem with most people’s diets is they are lacking the proper meal to start off the day and it negatively impacts their performance in all areas.
So what areas should you cover nutritionally to make sure you are feeding your body the right way in the morning?
Protein – 15-25 grams of protein is essential in your first meal. This helps your body to build lean muscle mass which helps boost your metabolism and ability to burn calories.
Vitamins and Minerals – Cellular nutrition is based on of the premise that providing your cells (the building blocks of energy and health) is the most important. Feeding your body from the inside out starts with consuming 21 essential vitamins and minerals.
Fiber – Helps aid healthy digestions and keeps you feeling fulling longer.
Carbohydrates – The bodies main source of fuel. Complex carbohydrates burn slow and leave you with sustained and healthy energy.
Calories – 170-200 calories is a general mark to shoot for. Low calorie and high macronutrients is the best basis for a healthy breakfast.
Follow these nutritional guidelines for a healthy breakfast and make sure to keep consistent.
Damaging Effects Of Skipping Breakfast Or Choosing A Quick-Fix
There are a good share of diets that focus solely on caloric consumption and provide the wrong idea or eating healthy. Keeping track of your calories CAN be beneficial, but only to judge your progress. If the sole focus it can lead to detrimental effects in your health and lifestyle.
The main problem with always focusing on reducing calories is that it gives you the wrong idea of how to eat healthy. Fewer calories is not always better.
Your main focus in terms of what you eat and your overall progress should be the amount of macronutrients and vitamins the food you eat is providing you.
Skipping breakfast is a common theme because if you are focusing on reducing calories, you may think foregoing a meal at breakfast will help you in the long run.
That idea is completely WRONG.
You should be focused on fueling your body with the right nutrients and components of a healthy meal, NOT restricting your intake of calories to hit a certain number.
Just as detrimental as skipping is choosing a quick-fix like coffee and a muffin or a bagel with cream cheese. These options only provide a quick boost of energy because of the simple carbohydrates and lead to a quick spike in your blood sugar.
After your blood sugar spikes that high it will only drop below the desired level leaving you tired, hungry and looking for yet again an easy meal that will spike it again like fried foods or bread.
The best option we have found that has worked wonders for us and provided all of our clients with the correct macronutrients and vitamins is a meal replacement shake.
Breakfast On-The-Go: Healthy Meal Replacement Shakes
By far the best option for breakfast if you don’t have enough time in the morning to cook or prepare a healthy option is the Formula 1 Healthy Meal.
Combine the Formula 1 Healthy Meal with Formula 2 multivitamin complex and Formula 3 Cell Activator and you have the most complete breakfast option on the market.
A full complete meal in powder form mixed with 8 oz of water or milk. Provides you with all the necessary contents of a nutritious breakfast.
- 17 grams of plant-based protein
- 3 grams of Fiber (as much as 1 small apple)
- 21 vitamins and minerals
- Excellent source of anti-oxidants
- 170 calories
Contains the right amount of protein and fiber to help fill you up AND a low-calorie option to help you still maintain your specific caloric needs. Ideal for any health goals: weight-loss, weight management, gaining lean muscle, boosting your energy or just maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle.
Promotes everyday good health with vitamins and minerals.
- Provides 21 essential micronutrients
- Promotes healthy bones, skin and hair
Nutrient absorption support.
- Helps regenerate anti-oxidant activity within the cells
- Helps the bodies absorptions of micro-nutrients
These 3 products all work together to provide your body with the most comprehensive and complete meal replacement. This is by far the best option for a quick breakfast on the go because it provides your body with all the essential macro and micro nutrients as well as formulates anti-oxidant activity to promote cellular nutrition.
IF weight-loss, weight management or a complete healthy lifestyle is your goal, this breakfast program can help you maintain your nutritional needs and provide the energy and vitality you need each morning.
Contact Us Below for a wellness evaluation and to start your breakfast challenge today. We provide clients with full support and accountability including a personalized meal plan, 24/7 online support and healthy meal and snack options.
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