5 ways to incinerate unwanted body blubber with breakfast.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That mantra seems to ring over and over again in everybody's head’s. Think It’s easy to say we have heard it from nearly every authority figure growing up. But, you only understood the value of it when you become an adult.

1. Include Protein

The most satisfying nutrient is protein. Studies suggest that the effects of dietary protein during breakfast is far more beneficial than carbs for satiety stabilisation and controlled blood sugar levels which will ensure you avoid unwanted cravings. Although carbs are important too we suggest saving them for other meals during the day or even late at night providing you are keeping track of your macros and are aware of your carb intake allowance. This will ensure you vamp up your metabolism and burn unwanted body-fat all day long

2. Add Fat

Adding some healthy fats to your meal can help you feel fuller for longer, and it also gives you a much-needed energy boost in the morning. I know, I know like you needed an excuse to eat some fat first thing in the morning. Keep in mind that you only want to add healthy fats like coconut oil or avocados, not greasy high-calorie foods. You can also try flaxseed oil, nuts and seeds, or almond butter.

How much should you add? Keep it simple, and start by adding roughly 1–2 tablespoons of fat to your breakfast. You don’t want to go overboard here, remember less is more.

3. Swap Rolled Oats for Steel Cut Oats

Steel cut oats differ from rolled oats in one essential way. They are not rolled flat into flakes. Instead, the whole toasted oat grain, or groat, that is used to produce rolled oats is cut into thirds to yield steel cut oats. Steel cut oats are nearly identical to old-fashioned, rolled oats in nutrition.

The reason you want to make this switch in the morning is because steel cut oats maintain the ability to keep you feeling fuller longer. The low glycemic make-up of steel cut oats prolong satisfaction after eating and stop rapid increases or decreases in blood glucose levels. Since they make you feel fuller longer oats can be an effective weight-loss resolution.

4. Add Veggies

Don’t be afraid add vegetables to your breakfast. I know they’re not typically associated with the meal but they actually boost fiber content and get things moving in your bowels. Adding a serving of vegetables first thing in the morning can help you reach the recommended 2 ½ cups per day, which some people find difficult to reach in a busy weekday.

There are many ways you can add veggies but the easiest way is to incorporate them into your meal. This is especially easy if you’re eating eggs. Stir some spinach, peppers, or onion into your egg and you can create something that checks all your breakfast boxes.

5. Go Savoury Instead of Sweet

Sweet breakfast’s like muffins, cereals or loaf breads are particularly high in sugar and tend to send your blood sugar level skyrocketing. If you’ve ever been one of those people to heat up a bowl of last night’s meatball marinara then you are ahead of the game. These balanced meals don’t tend to spike blood sugar as much and also leave you feeling fuller longer.

Not to mention the fact that it is much less work in the morning to heat up yesterday’s dinner than to make a whole new breakfast meal.

Change up your breakfast routine with these five suggestions and you are sure to find yourself feeling fuller longer, gaining various health benefits, reaching your recommended servings, and maybe even losing a little body blubber.

Try it for yourself.

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