What do you eat for breakfast for energy besides yogurt or carbs?

Enedina Araújo
Hi, I eat a part of proteins like eggs or turkey or peanut butter whit whole grain bread or pancakes and one fruit with rice milk or Greek yogurt

Patrizia Bunge
A bullet-proof coffee. Search for the recipe. Coffee with MCT oil, coconut oil, butter. And I add some protein whey and cocoa. No sugar. Works for me.

Chloé Fleury
recently i have been eating sourdough bread from a local bakery topped with homemade hummus, vegan sausage, and cherry tomatoes. my partner and i love this because its very filling.

Zóica Nunes
My husband and I cook a large frittata on the weekends that includes a protein of choice, veggies such as bell peppers and onions, potatoes, and cheese. This lasts us both all week, cut up and stored in Tupperware.

Fabien Rodriguez
It varies by day but it’s usually black coffee, oatmeal, boiled egg, mixed nuts, yogurt, banana, sesame snaps, fig bars, sometimes muffin haha

Kate Lee
I like to eat poridge almost every day but change the way of boiling it on the coconut milk or on soya milk or on water with raisins or with frozen fruits. Also eggs are good for breakfast f.e. scrambled eggs.

Wyatt Green
PROTEIN. Protein is such a great source of energy, and, as a bonus, it's going to make you feel fuller longer! For a fancy breakfast, try some steak and scrambled egg whites with spinach or kale or, if you're in a hurry and need a quick and easy breakfast, combine your carbs and protein and have a breakfast sandwich. I favor a one-minute microwave egg with provolone cheese, lean turkey, spinach, and tomatoes on a multi grain sandwich thin

Quéli Cardoso
I generally eat some variation of eggs for breakfast with cottage cheese, fruit or yogurt. Though almost always a scrambled version, I try to change up the ingredients hoping not to become bored. I’m still searching for breakfast options myself, but for now it’s like Dr Suess’s Green Eggs & Ham over here…scrambled eggs with cheese, scrambled eggs with spinach and cheese, plain ol scrambled eggs or maybe scrambled eggs in a burrito 😊

Dustin Cruz
A smoothie with a lot of protein and fat
Toast with nut butter and fruit
A combination of carbs, fiber, and proteins and low added sugars

Ambre Colin
Every day I eat something different, so sometimes besides yogurt and carbs I eat fruits, sometimes eggs or bread with jam or something else. There’s a lot of recipes for perfect breakfast.

Mabel Campbell
our body needs carbs to burn and making energy, i think yogurt have a lot of fat in its. So i think carbs is the right answer. But i’m not sure about it, because yougurt have protein and we need it too – to make ourself more satiate. In think i’m wrong about it, yogurt is the right answer!😅

Morgane Moreau
A combo of protein and carbs is a great way to start the day. Simple carbs release energy quickly, more complex carbs release energy slower, and slower still is a high protein part of your breakfast. In fact, healthy fats are a good solution as well. Avocados and peanut butter are both fairly high protein and contain some good fats. Your body needs the right amount of all three to function at its best. Also make sure you are properly hydrated!

Stanley Ferguson
Usually overnights oats with chia and nut butters mixed in, a boiled egg and or another plant based protein or straight up oatmeal

Marlene Ramirez
I usually have a yogurt and sandwich on week days but on weekends I usually have an omelette or egg sandwich so I have yogurt and carbs sorry.

Arcílio Pereira
I eat a lot of protein and vegetables for energy. I try to keep the carbs low because it makes me very tired. If I have a carb its something like sweet potato or tortilla bread along with my eggs.

Anneke Cramer
Somedays I have oats, coconut shaves, strawberrys/red berrys and almond milk. Other days eggs, avocado. On weekends, a croissant, pankackes

Soham Soto
Protein shake’s are good mixed with oat’s. If you have a need for extra vitamin’s & mineral’s that is a great option instead of plain milk.

Jorge Powell
If I have boiled eggs, I'll have an egg with hot sauce and a handful of nuts or fruit. I also like to eat cottage cheese with cinnamon, tumeric and honey if I'm wanting something sweeter

Mathis Berger
Banana with a scoop of peanut butter, a hard boiled egg and a mandarin orange, overnight oats with almond milk, pumpkin pie spice and a dash of vanilla, cereal with a handful of blueberries, strawberries or banana. I try to make it quick and I like to change it up often!

Ramona Fritsche
You can have fruit like bananas that keep you full for the day or cereal with milk which is quite healthy. Also porridge with honey is filling too. 😘

Sergio May
Based on both nutritional information and personal experience, a carb-less breakfast is generally not a great idea. Unless you know your body is able to function with only fats for energy, you will need carbs to start your motor for the day. Include some sugars (preferably from fruit) and more starches (to last until your next meal). I strongly suggest you consult a professional dietitian or nutritionist and give them as many details about your health and activity levels as possible.

Anita Hantke
So far, I’ve just stuck with eating 2 eggs and 2 sausages (my son likes them so I’ve added them to my breakfast). Other times I’ll eat just a handful of almonds.

Sean Thompson
I have always had difficulties eating breakfast, and I suffer from fibromyalgia so since a 1 year or so I got used to drink the herbalife shakes. To make sure I get all the necessary nutrients

Anna Hansen
I make a meal shake for myself as I’m so lazy to cook anything 😅 The brand I use is Maximum Vibrance by this reputable company called Vibrant Health. I add some nut butter to it or a mashed banana to add more bulk to it.. and that’s it!😃 Hope it helps you!

Zachary Ward
Eggs and avocado. Doesn't matter if the eggs are just boiled or if they're scrambled eggs with butter. Eggs and avocado make my day 🙂
And sometimes I have porridge (from oats) with nuts and fruit (mostly fresh, sometimes dryed).

Julie Thomsen
I dice up an apple and sprinkle a few tablespoons of Peanut butter protein. It tastes like peanut butter, but there's no fat. I can add a little coconut oil if it's too dry.

Debbie Fuller
Fruit or dried fruit, like plums, a small amount of raisins. Also, I add nuts, like cashews, walnuts, pistachio and so on.

Rasmus Andersen
Easily, eggs. But if theres time ill add bacon or make banana smoothy with flax seeds. If im not feeling energetic i always have belvita with me on the go because it supposedly has proteins that keep you energized for 4 hours. Other times i make an avocado spread and put it on a bagel with a nice fried egg and a tomato slice 😋

Allison Carter
Small Home made bar of oats, coconut flour, peanut butter, blueberries, a little maple syrup. Before I travel to work then two wholemeal toast with avocado and Vegemite

Alan Lawrence
I eat eggs almost every morning for breakfast. The days I don’t I will have steel cut oatmeal. Both will generally satisfy me until lunch.

Harvey Hopkins
Scrambled eggs, avocado, quinoa and brown rice.
Oats (or healthy granola), pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, wheat germ, pine nuts, walnuts and yogurt (or milk).

Maja Nielsen
Oatmeal with nuts and fruit and my special coffee. My coffee has fiber powder, protein powder, cinnamon and cocoa, whole milk and monkfruit sweetener.

Arlene Nichols
I like to make: 1. scrambled eggs with veggies or 2. poached or fried egg with either roasted sweet potatoes and poblano peppers or roasted potatoes with bell peppers and onions. Topped with avocado and salsa is great

Romain Meunier
I usually eat eggs, e.g. omelette with mushrooms or if I’m on a rush then I eat a banana or make a smoothie – it really helps to feel full for a long time.

Catherine Stevens
Scrambled Eggs with vegetables, overnight oats with nut butter, high protein smoothie with fresh fruit and vegetables and nuts.

Virgil Graham
I just have a cup of coffee with creamer and mct oil. I intermittently fast and a good dose of fat in the morning keeps me satiated until lunch time.

Allie Hicks
Eggs are an absolute staple. Cottage cheese is more nutritious than yogurt but if you can’t stomach it try green yogurt.

Hans georg Wilhelm
Eggs are great. Peanut butter and a banana when I'm on the run. A smoothie with frozen fruit, plain yogurt, a little OJ, apple cider vinegar and peanut butter.

Terri Alvarez
I’m different, I eat heavy protein for breakfast since it’s usually 6-7 hours before lunch for me. So I have a chicken sandwich for breakfast and then a normal lunch but a light dinner.