– Piece of fruit
– Chia pudding (prepared day before) different variations – with fruits, cacao, pieces of coco..
Jerky and a spoon of peanut butter
Hard boiled egg and an orange
I always try to mix protein, good fat and some natural sugars to create complex carbohydrates for my body’s fuel. The protein and the complex carbs take longer for the body to break down staving off hunger until my next meal time!
Snacks are easy to prep in advance for your week ahead so you can always have something with you. Planning ahead helps keep me in tune with my performance statement on nutrition so I don’t fail!
If you like something a little more savoury, nuts that aren't salted are great (especially almonds), bread rolls and savoury biscuits are also good.
But as always, don't worry about it if you take a little more sugar, as long that is not an every day thing
- Would adding cheese to my breakfast eggs be a bad idea?
- Can you suggest a good weight loss breakfast?
- How do you resist when you want something that isn’t so healthy?
- Do you still keep your great breakfast habit if for some reason you are late and in a hurry? What do you do in these cases?
- What are recipes that you feel help keep your energy going longer?
- What do you eat for breakfast? My stomach is usually funky first thing in the morning, so eating can be tough. But I feel even worse later if I don’t eat. What’s a healthy but light breakfast I could easily make?
- Give me some options for a great breakfast?
- How big should my breakfast be?
- Do you tend to eat the same thing for breakfast every morning?
- Do you think a high-fat high-protein breakfast is the way to go?