Let me tell ya though that in the right quantities, it is healthy, full of nutrition, satisfying and packs a powerful burst of energy...great for post-workout meal. I promise I AM NOT selling any product.
No gimmicks. No diet platform.
Ever since we figured out the foods causing my hubby to feel bad and get headaches, it has changed the way we view food. We are trying to budget more whole, homemade foods...does anyone have some energy to spare so I can find the strength (okay, time too and patience to knead bread dough) to make more from scratch items?
So what is in my best breakfast ever? See below...
So here are some pictures of my yummy breakfast:
|My favorite nuts to use are slivered almonds. I put some cashews in this bowl.|
*Power packed Breakfast By Dionne Adkison
1 1/2 cups of varied fruit
1/2 cup of nuts
one scoop or tablespoon of protein powder (vegans can use soy)
1 Tbsp of chia or flax seed (you can use powder instead)
OPTIONAL: Add in a 1/4 cup of your favorite yogurt or milk (nondairy soy, coconut or almond for a vegan friendly version
1) Mix any combination of your favorite fruit. I always include a half a banana with assorted berries, but I have in a pinch put together apples or pears with bananas too when berries were not in season or expensive. Oooh, try Kiwi with bananas and strawberries. Yuh-um.
2)Add in any form of nuts you like. My favorites are almonds and cashews...together or separate. However, peanuts with bananas and blueberries is awwwwesome. Try Walnuts too.
3)Next add protein powder...soy or whey...depends if you are vegetarian or vegan.
4. Toss in some chia or flax seeds and you have a power-packed, densely nutritious meal.
*You get fiber, vitamins, minerals, protein, omega 3's, good carbs, natural fruit sugar that won't spike your blood sugar and just enough calories to stave off morning stomach gurgles.
Now, go enjoy this hearty meal...your body will thank you!!!