I prefer an omlette or vegetables. Although I likes sweet taste in general I prefer not in the mornings.
There are some incredible recipes online containing peanut butter and oats (peanut butter overnight oats).
Overall it’s just so delicious and simple! Even when rushing out there’s always enough time to make a toastie, put some peanut butter and head out quickly.
Rather, I eat what I want but use serving guidelines and common sense. I also strive to eat a healthy variety of foods.
I want to enjoy what I eat-I wouldn’t enjoy low sugar or fat free foods.
Hope that helps!
Examples of how to include it, are: In a banana smoothie with protein, you add cinnamon and peanut butter, with water or milk. A TIP for the smoothie is to put peeled bananas in a ziplock bag inside the freezer, your smoothie will not need ice anymore.
An organic rice cake with peanut butter, chia seeds, and banana slices or the fruit of your preference (I usually have 2 of this),
The famous peanut butter and jelly sandwich, always toasting the bread before hand and try not to use white bread.
By nature, this is "low sugar" but products advertised has "low sugar" have fillers and additives.
- Why is it wrong to skip breakfast? I know people who skip breakfast and actually feel better after skipping breakfast.
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- How do I start remembering things better and feel comfortable with it?
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