Turkey bacon (check the ingredients for additives and sneaky sugar) or smoked fish, wilted greens (spinach, kale) and a poached egg – just because it's low carb/healthy doesn't mean it shouldn't feel fancy or indulgent for Sunday brunch. Top that egg with some nice maldon salt, or your favourite sugar free hot sauce and you're laughing.
Cheese, nuts, chia seeds, extra virgin olive oil, full fat yogurt for breakfast. You can put some olive oil on a Greek saladlike the Mediterranean do. Apart from these, fatty dish, dark chocolate, and coconut are options you can eat for other meals. You can use coconut oil when cooking an omelette for instance; this oil does not spoil when cooked.
- What are some of your favorite low-carb breakfast options?
- Is cereal a good option for those days where you just don’t have the time to cook a proper meal?
- Do you have smoothies for breakfast? Any recipes to share?
- How long after waking up should I have breakfast?
- What do you prepare for your breakfast?
- What should I eat if I’m planning a bigger breakfast later in the morning?
- What supplements do you recommend adding to your daily breakfast intake?
- Do you prefer sweet (pastry, fruits, honey, grains, etc.) or savory (eggs, bacon, salmon, avocado toast, etc.) breakfasts?
- What are some ways to introduce more variety into my daily breakfast?
- What are some breakfast options for when you are on the go and rushing out the door?