What’s the best low carb breakfast I can eat on the go?

Pat Shelton
A smoothie filled with green veg & red berries (using any combination of ice, water, coconut water, nut milk) and apple & courgette instead of banana to fluff/thicken up the consistency.

Sonja Moraes
As a nearly lifelong Type I diabetic, I have had to pay attention to nutrition since childhood. Therefore, unless there is a health reason to avoid carbohydrates, don't completely avoid them. Instead, focus on eating a balance of clean carbohydrates–mostly fruits and vegetables–and only as much protein as you actually need to maintain your body in a healthy state.

Once your body gets to burning fat, you will require less carbohydrates, but it will take time to get there. And when you are, focus on healthy fats like olive and avocado. Keep in mind that while carbohydrates and proteins are 4 calories per gram, fatd are 9, and you really don't need a lot of fat.

Alicia Noel
Maybe some quick oats with skimmed milk without any sugar, honey.
You can prepare an avocado & kiwi juice to drink father the breakfast.

This breakfast is a very low carb, healthy & fulfilling breakfast.

Amber Banks
My first thought is probably a smoothie. They’re versatile and if you’re doing something like a keto diet there are a few good specific recipes out there.
You can use fruits, or veggies that may have less carbs than fruit, dairy or non dairy alternatives, add seeds or nut butters for extra nutrients. 🙂
Hope that helps!

James Haimerl
Hello dear friend! As for me the best option would be some kind of a wrap with eggs, greens (like spinach or arugula) and vegetables.

Charly Nguyen
Carbs are important for long term but you can do slices of apple with peanut butter or make ahead mini egg, veggie, cheese omelets in muffin tins.

Plácida Viana
I think that dried fruits, like almonds or nuts, are some of the best source of energy. Than almond milk, fresh fruit and jam

Lance Herrera
I have made a small snack to eat as a breakfast when on the go! It's a mixture of dates, almonds, cashew and Oates. It's healthy n yet tasty. Just one bar of this n m ready to go!

Cindy Rhodes
An english muffin, a yogurt parfait, or a banana are all good options. Remember, even a non-low carb breakfast will still power you through the day and keep you energized for longer.

Agathe Da silva
Eggs but they get old quick. I’ve been doing plain yogurt, walnuts and 1/2tsp of honey. The fuller fat yogurt has more staying power less carbs

Gail Jacobs
You can make an eggsandwish and instead of bread, you ca use lettuse. It tastes good and you don't have to spend a lot of money 🙂 hope this helps

Aubree Carr
Smoothie ( almond or soya milk/ organic plant based protein powder/ açai powder/ raw nuts/ frozen berries/ banana/ Greek yoghurt) OR
Whole grain wrap ( peanut butter – no sugar added / avacado/ feta cheese/ green leafs/ hard boiled egg slices)
Those two are my favorites for on the go . If I don’t have time just quickly prepare and take with me to the office. Enjoy ! Best.

Pat Mason
I love Body Fortress on the go Paks! They are mess free and you can add to coffee, water or almond milk. They are dairy free too!

Charlotte Medina
Some of my favorite options are smoothies and chia pudding. The chia pudding is great as a vegetarian source of omega-3s plus you can make several batches in advance. Smoothies come together in seconds and you can use whatever fruits/veggies you have on hand, and I often incorporate ground flax seeds for a nutritional boost.

Alma Day
I’d suggest you scrambled eggs, smoked salmon or some chickpeas with vegetables! I’m trying to do my best with this breakfast and I’m so happy because I don’t feel hungry for a good amount of time 😊

Kaïs Petit
When I wake up for school in the morning, I sometimes don't have time for breakfast either. However, it is an important meal to recognize because it gives you energy for the rest of the day. Protein bars, granola and yogurt, or cereals are nice short breakfast options, but if you're looking for low carb you might want to try some fruit like an apple or banana. Putting peanut butter or jelly also increases the deliciousness for me! Hope this was helpful!

Isabella Weaver
Fruits.
I believe fruits are the best to have at all times as they have no side effects and are processed easily by the body

Gary Burke
I like a spoon full of peanut butter with a banana and yogurt. Good balance of carbs and protein, but still light enough not to fill you up.

Kent Elliott
Low carb smoothies!
Try berry smoothies, green smoothies, or peanut butter smoothies. They’re best with coconut or almond milk

Jerry Stevens
Instant oats, even if it’s with just honey or brown sugar. Boiled eggs and multigrain bread if you really need some carbs. Andddddd prepping the day before is the best way to guarantee you have good meals ahead and I’m struggling with myself too, to learn to start the day with success and that includes mini exercise and good breakfast.