The Importance Of Breakfast

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The Importance Of Breakfast
By Timothy Rea

Let’s start where we all start . . . with breakfast! So many
people tell me that they skip breakfast because they’re trying
to lose weight. When I explain that it has the exact opposite
effect, they just can’t comprehend that. But it’s true. And for
those of you who do not currently eat breakfast, here’s some
irrefutable statistics for you:

1) Those who eat breakfast away from home have a 137% increased
in the risk of becoming obese.
2) Those who did not eat breakfast at all had a 450% increased
risk of becoming obese,
3) Those who did not eat breakfast had a higher body mass index
(BMI), and had less energy during the day.
4) Those who ate breakfast were less inclined to snack
compulsively than those who skipped breakfast.
5) Those who skipped breakfast wound up eating 40% more
calories during the day.
6) Those who ate a protein-based breakfast such as eggs, toast
and jelly, felt fuller longer, and consumed fewer calories for
at least 24 hours afterwards. Two groups were compared: one
group, which ate a bagel, cream cheese, and yogurt, consumed a
daily average of 2,035 calories. The egg-based group ate 1,761

An ideal breakfast should contain between 500-600 calories. And
it’s not just what you eat, but when you eat it. Now, here are
the very best breakfast menus we’ve come across . . .

Breakfast #1

1 medium apple
½ pint of soymilk
1 100% bran muffin
1 pack Squeeze Stix peanut butter

The Vita bran muffin contains 100% of the RDA of Vitamins A,
B6, B12, C, D, and E. Foods high in monosaturated fats – like
peanut butter – boost testosterone levels.

506 calories
20 grams of protein
87 grams of carbohydrates
12 grams total fat
15 grams of fiber

Breakfast #2

2 tablespoons almond butter
2 Omega-3 enriched whole-grain waffles
1 Tablespoon raisins
1 Drink Up~Slim Down Smoothie

Whole grain waffles help lower cholesterol and blood pressure,
and improve the body’s
processing of insulin and glucose.

600 Calories
21 grams protein
86 grams carbohydrates
22 grams total fat
7 grams fiber

Breakfast #3

1 free-ranging, omega-3 enriched egg
¾ cup of thawed spinach
1 slice Canadian bacon
2 slices whole-wheat bread
1 tablespoon almond butter
1 cup unprocessed grape juice

Stir together the egg, spinach, and bacon. Pour onto a plate
with non-stick spray, Microwave for 1 minute. Toast the bread.
Smear on the almond butter.

Monosaturated fat in the almond butter spread will help prevent
spikes and drops in blood sugar. Grape juice provides you with a
powerful antioxidant called resveratrol that helps lower LDL and
improve blood flow to the heart.

540 calories
25 grams protein
73 grams carbohydrates
19 grams total fat
8 grams fiber

Breakfast #4

2 free-ranging, omega-3 enriched eggs
1 cup Cascadian Farms mixed vegetables
1 flour tortilla
½ cup low-fat shredded Cheddar cheese
¼ cup salsa

Mix the eggs and vegetables and spread on a plate coated with
non-stick spray. Cook in the microwave for 1 minute, stir, cook
again until eggs and veggies are warm. Pile onto the tortilla,
top with cheddar cheese and salsa, fold and eat.

The more muscle, the higher the metabolic rate, the more fat
you burn. But it takes lots of protein to build and maintain
muscle. And this meal provides plenty of protein.

530 calories
36 grams protein
53 grams carbohydrates
18 grams total fat
6t grams fiber

Breakfast #5

2 slices whole-wheat bread
½ cup low-fat, organic cereal
1 cup soymilk
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 oz. slick of cheddar cheese

Dump the cereal, milk, and berries into a blender and liquefy.
Stick a slice of Cheddar between two warm slices of toast and
nuke sandwich in microware for 15 minutes.

The cheese and soymilk provide essential protein for building
muscle mass. The whole grain in the bread and cereal will help
lower cholesterol, and the minerals in the soymilk and cheese
will keep blood-pressure levels down.

509 calories
26 grams protein
75 grams carbohydrates
14 grams total fat
12 grams fiber

Remember, obesity can be overcome with a smart diet: low in
fat, eaten at the right time, combining the right foods. A
healthy diet, full of fat burners can overcome even the most
serious obesity. We’re here to help you achieve your life’s
goals. You will not fail on our program.

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