Healthy and Nutrient Dense Breakfast


Strawberry "granola"
Ingredients:
almond milk to serve
6 berries chopped
1 tablespoon crushed almonds
1 tablespoon coconut flakes
3 tablespoons soaked buckwheat (soaked four hours)
1 teaspoon raw cacao
Directions:
  1. Mix all ingredients together and serve with the almond milk.

Due to demand for healthy breakfast ideas, Natural Naughties have just released the Healthy Breakfast E-Book.

So many people are stuck for breakfast ideas. People are not sure what to eat, if they should eat, or how much to eat. You hear all types of conflicting information. Breakfast should include carbs, breakfast should be high in protein, you need to eat breakfast to speed up metabolism, not eating breakfast will help you lose weight.

No one body is the same and you should probably find what works for you, what you enjoy and what is going to work well around your lifestyle.

Natural Naughties actually suggests in most cases to eat breakfast, to ensure you eat enough food throughout the day to supply the body with a range of nutrients: both macro nutrients and micro-nutrients. There is much evidence suggesting that eating small meals throughout the day does actually assist with weight maintenance. This may be due to several issues. Balancing blood sugar levels, having a plan to avoid over-eating, thinking about the foods you consume, and being aware.

A high protein breakfast seems to work well for many people. A healthy breakfast seems to work well for many people. You know that they say: if you eat a healthy breakfast, you're more likely to end the day that way! I could not agree more!

Natural Naughties understands that eating the same thing all the time can be boring. It can actually be unhealthy too, as you're not getting a range of foods into your body. That is why Natural Naughties aims to provide a range of recipes that taste great and have great benefits.

The recipes in The Healthy Breakfast e-book use whole food ingredients. Most store promoted products are loaded with artificial ingredients and processed. Many of which promoted as great options for children. We need to make informed decisions of what we put into the body and understand that any whole food may make a good breakfast. Why do we need to consume milk, toast or corn flakes to kick start the day?

Here is what I had for breakfast today:
Two whole eggs cooked in coconut oil with spinach and tomato and a green smoothie made with banana, spinach and coconut water.

For recipe ideas check out The Healthy Breakfast E-book.


Kayla Thompson