How to Improve Productivity by Eating the Right Breakfast

 

Around 44% of the American eats breakfast daily. 22% of the remainder is obese. On March 18, 2016, the University of Yale published a research study, revealing that it is better for your kids to have two breakfasts instead of not having it at all. The Food and Brand Lab of The Cornell University also published a research in 2015, stating that people with controlled weight eat cereal, granola, or fruits in the breakfast.

The importance of breakfast is undoubtedly backed by countless scientific research studies and evidence. However, not all types of breakfasts boost your productivity. Breakfast, being the first meal of your day, should be healthy and full of nutrients.

Essential Nutrients to Take in Breakfast

To start your day off right, you don’t need the food loaded with all nutrients. Generally, food rich in low carbohydrates and high healthy fats and proteins is good for breakfast. Here is a list of the essential nutrients to take in breakfast and rock your day!

Lean Proteins – Protein’s keep you feeling full and more active throughout the day.

Whole Grains – Our body burns the carbohydrates in whole grains slowly than other types of carbohydrates. Whole grains are rich in minerals and vitamins to activate your metabolism. Oatmeal is a good low-carb choice for healthier breakfast and keeps you full until lunch.

Fruits – Rich in vitamins and minerals, fruits provide you the energy you need to kick-start your day.

Calcium – Aside keeping your bones and teeth healthier, calcium is also required to protect your body against cancer, prevent hypertension, and supply lots of Vitamin D. Choose healthy fat-rich options for calcium including coconut yogurt, full-fat coconut milk, almond milk, and full-fat goat cheese.

Starting your day with 2 portions of protein, 2 whole grain carbs, and a veggie of choice will keep your body running smooth until lunch.

Recipes for Convenient, Healthier Breakfast

Here, we have listed down low-carb, rich in healthy fat recipes for you, ensuring that you do not need more than 15 minutes to prepare and cook them.

Cowboy Breakfast

Preheat your oven at 400°

Cook 1 pound breakfast sausages on medium heat.

Take out sausages, leaving the fat in skillet. Add vegetables of your choice and stir-fry. Put salt and pepper to taste. Mix well.

Put all ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Crack 12 eggs into the pan and put it in the preheated oven. Bake for 15 minutes. Enjoy! But don’t eat all at once. Bake in a large muffin pan.

Low-Carb Muffins

Preheat your oven at 375°

Prepare your muffin baking tray. Spray non-stick oil and put muffin cups.

Mix ½ cup almond meal, ½ cup raw hemp seeds, ¼ cup flax seed meal, ½ teaspoon baking powder, ¼ cup nutritional yeast flakes, and ½ cup grated Parmesan cheese in a bowl. Beat 6 eggs and ½ cup reduced-fat cottage cheese in a separate bowl. Add thinly sliced onion if you want.

Mix all ingredients well and put the batter in muffin cups. Bake for 25–30 minutes. Enjoy warm.

Bacon Patties

Cook 6 slices of bacon in a skillet. Take out bacon, leaving the fat in the skillet.

Whisk the whites of 3 eggs in a large bowl until fluffy peaks are formed. Set aside.

Chop bacon and put it in a large bowl. Add ¼ cup coconut or almond flour, 2 tablespoons chopped chives, ½ cup warm water, and 1 tablespoon granular gelatin. Mix well. Fold the batter in whisked egg whites.

Melt coconut or almond butter in a pan. Pour the batter to form patties or pancakes.

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