I should prepare a high protein breakfast and eat before I feel full. Normally I eat a cup of fruit, a natural juice, and two eggs with ham and cheese.
According to nutrition guidelines, normal healthy people are suggested to take in 2-3 portions of protein a day. My suggestion would be eating protein in breakfast and lunch because protein isn’t easy to digest. Less or no protein in dinner would be a rescuer to our digestive system especially if you eat dinner late. PS: 1 portion equals to half Chinese bowl.
15 to 30 grams is recommended. Like 3 large eggs. Higher to 30 prevents a crash and keeps you're metabolism going, sustaining you till l lunch!
According to some scientists, a well-formulated low-carb diet should be high in fat and moderate in protein. A good range to aim for is 0.7–0.9 grams of protein per pound of body weight (1.5–2.0 grams per kg). SUMMARY Excessive protein consumption on a low-carb diet can prevent you from getting into ketosis.
I try to eat a full serving of peanut butter granola and yogurt. 2 or 3 eggs and an apple is another go to protein breakfast for me.
I would say not much, unless you exercise regularly, I prefer to eat fiber and carbs in the morning to have energy for the whole day (while grains rule!) And I eat most of my protein after I exercise or generally for linch and dinner. So I guess one egg in the morning is enough protein
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