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Ka-Power Breakfasts!

So...all week my clients have been asking me what to have for breakfast that will keep them fuller for longer and not snack by mid-morning. If you’re watching your weight or have a hard time keeping your hunger in check in the morning, you likely have heard how important protein is. Not to mention, if you skip your morning meal, you’re not getting any protein at all. That’s a big mistake. “In numerous studies, a high-protein breakfast habit has been linked to weight management or weight loss, “Protein is filling, and triggers the release of satiety hormones that blunt appetite.” Eat a breakfast that delivers a Ka-Pow!

  1. Omelette with avocado

  1. Cottage cheese/Greek Yoghurt/Skyr bowl- either top up with berries or spinach, pepper, tomatoes, red onion.

  2. Salmon avocado toast

  3. Scrambled eggs and tofu

  1. Overnight oats- soaked with seeds for slow release energy

  1. Bircher muesli

  2. Porridge with blueberries or other fruit

  1. Breakfast on the go: lean chicken with veggies, guacamole.

  1. Cottage cheese on toast with seeds, honey, nuts or sprinkled cinnamon.

  2. Protein smoothie with hemp seeds or nut butter and veg/fruit.

  3. Smoked salmon/capers on sourdough or a pumpernickel style rye bread.

  4. Creamy porridge with nuts/seeds/berries

  5. Sourdough with thinly spread nut butter and sliced banana.(race day

  1. Chick pea flatbreads with smoked salmon

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