Five Quick Fat-Burning Breakfast Foods
Breakfast is an important meal, but many people have little time to cook in the morning. However, eating this meal keeps you from overeating throughout the day, and certain foods jumpstart the fat-burning process. To help you, we chose healthy items that you can either prepare ahead of time or cook in a few minutes.
Fast Foods Recommended for Breakfast
- Bananas – This along with some milk or yogurt is the best combination of food for people who woke up late. It doesn’t take much time at all to peel the banana and put it in your yogurt or pour a glass of milk at all. Yet, this could provide you with enough calories for at least a few hours.
- Yogurt – This food along with bananas, strawberries or other fruit can be a part of what fills you up in the morning. Add some nuts or seeds for protein and fiber, and you are good to go until lunchtime or snack time. Yogurt also has probiotic properties that will keep your digestive tract clean.
- Oatmeal – Unsweetened, oats can provide you with some fiber to keep your digestive system working properly. It also can prevent excess fat storage and help you feel full. Adding fruit and yogurt or some milk to it can (almost) provide you all the nutrients you need until the next meal.
- Eggs – For convenience, you can prepare hard-boiled eggs before you go to bed at night. Poached eggs also are excellent. You can also lightly spray your pan with olive oil instead of butter and cook them on medium heat, and they will help you feel full without much added fat.
- Unsweetened (“natural”) peanut butter – The kind of peanut butter without added sugar is the best type to eat. If you want to make sure you keep your sugar content low, you can even grind your own peanuts in a high-quality blender to add satisfaction that comes with eating protein. You can dip apples, celery and carrots in it to give you the vitamins you need, too.
Regarding the consumption of fat-burning foods, this means that some items you eat actually signal the metabolism process. Keep that in mind as you choose foods that metabolize rather than store fat on your body. To learn more about eating real foods and restoring your health and wellness, contact the Metabolic Research Center for a free consultation.
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