Well we’ve covered the WHY, what about the WHAT?
What to avoid….
Cakes: First, leave the Danes to avoid the 10-hour drop in blood sugar. You will get something that will encourage you, probably another quick ingenious solution with a high sugar content.
Granola Bars / Most granola bars contain as much sugar as a normal chocolate bar. The packaging that says “Nutritious” does not necessarily mean that it is healthy. Cereal producers are experienced traders who send incorrect health messages. Then read the labels.
For example, cereals for children often contain more sugar than candy. Not ideal first, huh?
What to include…
There is no perfect breakfast. Individual requirements vary from person to person, depending on their objectives, body composition and tastes. However, there are some general rules that you can apply at breakfast to improve it considerably.
Include a source of protein.
Proteins should be the basis of your breakfast. Eggs, meat and fish are good sources of protein. It provides your body with important nutrients that help you build muscle and recover from your workouts. It also keeps it full for longer and requires more energy to break down than a carbohydrate meal. Not bad, right?