Eat your English muffin if you want it!
As we get into habits like eating breakfast we can adapt them (eg. try whole wheat or gluten free e-muffs,) but the most important thing is the Doing new, healthy, self-loving acts as often as we will.
Be encouraged, be loved, be radically accepting and personally responsible.
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Eggs are a great start to the day and so are carbs to fuel your body and keep off hunger. I have fried or scrambled in butter and on seeded toast with a condiment if its scrambled then I just add a bit of pepper. You can have eggs anyway even an omelette is good with some bacon and tomatoes with some herbs, basically eggs is a great breakfast imo I'm very much into fitness just dont follow and look after myself as much hence why I joined this fabulous app,and eggs dont have to be just eggs they can have things added to them to make them more palatable for yourself. I hope this helps and also remember carbs are good for your body when you put your body I to ketosis it's not good as you will soo put the weight back on, without carbs our body doesnt function so well and yes we loose weight but its easily put back on when you start to eat normally again 😊
It’s healthy, it’s got fiber, protein and light carbs.
I know eggs maybe a quick and healthy choice, but you can also do an overnight oatmeal. Look the recipe up on Google. It's a great healthy alternative.
Hope this was helpful!
Carbs are not the enemy – too many carbs is the behavior to avoid. Unless you are on a carbless diet, one muffin should be okay. My problem is that one muffin a day usually turns into two a day slathered in peanut butter by the end of a week.
If you don’t want to fall down a hole in the street, don’t walk down the street that has the hole in it.
Quiche is another great way to enjoy eating eggs. If you don’t particularly like eggs, as you indicated, 1 Tablespoon of chia seeds has 2 grams of protein. There are many possibilities to build healthy breakfasts without eggs. I’m proud of you for making healthy choices and learning to take care of yourself.
I myself substituted white breads for a dense, whole wheat bread. I find that this keeps me satiated for much longer, whereas white breads make me hungry quite quickly. I am not sure why this is but I truly feel a difference.
I also like to add butter to my whole wheat bread and, though it may seem counter intuitive, it keeps the hunger away.
My Best wishes for you😊
Regarding english muffin… well if you eat it maybe once a week or even less it's probably not as big of a deal, but I would advice something more wholegrain (which is also carbs but less refined).
Regarding the muffin, if you can balance the carbs, the protein and fat you take over the day, it shouldn’t be an issue, I believe. Good luck!
Have you tried a homemade smoothie? There are lots of recipes available for low sugar, low carb options and you won't even taste the egg.
day. 😉. Good luck on your journey.
– roasted veggies
– Greek yogurt with fruit
The goal is to eat a food in the morning, you're not contractually obligated to eat an egg. Be free my friend.
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English muffins are probably not the best option, it doesn’t mean it isn’t healthy, but I would go with another type of bread.
If eggs are not a good option for you, try to ind something else
Set your oven to 325°F. Beat six eggs, then add: whatever kind of shreded cheese you like (I usually use swiss, mozzarella or parmesan);
and any type of veggie – grated/cut spinach or asparagus or peppers or brocolli, carrots. Mix well. Crack a little pepper
Spray a muffin or cupcake tin with non-stick spray. Place the mixture inside the tin. Cook for minutes.
You can store them for 3 days in the fridge or in the freezer for 2 months.
I had no idea about an English Muffin so I googled it. It doesn’t look like an healthy breakfast. I don’t like eggs either. If you don’t like eggs by themselves, you can try to cook it with oatmeal. Some mornings I cook oatmeal with milk, chia and an egg white. Then I slice a banana, put some walnuts and enjoy it! Try some!
You can use whole grain English muffins or pita pockets
One company does a breakfast sandwich and substitutes the muffin for an egg frittata
They are in the frozen food section
It all depends on what the ingredient of your muffin is if it is just too much sugar n chocolate then it's a bad idea … instead there is something much healthier to opt for…PANCAKES 1 cup flour, pinch of baking powder n salt, olive oil 1egg mix it n pour the batter on the pan making cute little pancakes and have it with honey or maple syrup…much healthier option to include eggs in your diet…
Or you can opt for French toast…and carrot muffins or any fruit muffin avoiding much sugar .