One of the major differences I noticed when I moved to the U.S. was breakfast. In particular what we eat here.
It tend to be lots of refined starch - 🍩flour that has been processed to strip ingredients then added back in in chemical forms
🍩refined sugar that has basically zero nutritional value
🍩juices that have all the fibers squeezed out of them
🍩low fat milk that have become basically sugar water
🍩 combined with sedentary lifestyles, this way of eating is prescription to diabetes, obesity, inflammation, and other diseases
Here are some simple ideas for a high nutrition breakfast! 🥑 half an avocado with salt and pepper on its own or on a toast that has not been overly processed (whole grains, complex fibers, etc. Think millet, brown rice, sorghum, rye, buckwheat, etc) + an egg, cooked in anyway for protein so you feel full
🥑 steamed or sautéed asparagus with poached eggs + a handful of corn chips, rice crackers, or other complex carbohydrates 🥑 Chicken, bacon, or beans with steam or sautéed broccoli with brown rice 🥑 shown here in the photo is sautéed bok choy with tender steak, onions, garlic and brown rice and my daily must have match 😋
What is your favorite breakfast that helps you to feel strong and radiant?
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