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What do you eat for breakfast?
Some of the most popular breakfast foods are cereals, energy bars, bagels, fruit, yogurt, fruit juice, and coffee. If you drink your coffee black, what do all the other foods have in common? Sugar.
These foods are quick and energizing.
Keep in mind while most processed foods make squeezing in breakfast more possible, it also means that these foods are more likely to contain additives that your body does not need, including high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). In fact, all of the foods listed above except coffee, if purchased at a supermarket, likely contain fructose.
While juice, yogurt, cereal, and energy bars seem healthy, the amount of sugar in these foods makes them extremely unhealthy.
Beginning the day with protein keeps blood sugar in check and provides fuel for your day. Keep in mind the Body Ecology principle of 20% animal protein and grain with 80% ocean and land vegetables. Eating fermented vegetables with animal protein is highly recommended.
You've probably heard by now that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but the breakfast foods that you eat are just as important. Most common breakfast foods like cereals, fruit, bagels, yogurt, and fruit juice are full of fructose and even contain added sugar.
To make the best breakfast choice and keep your blood sugar steady throughout the day, focus on the Body Ecology principle of eating 20% protein and grains with 80% ocean and land vegetables. Try a soft boiled egg with fermented vegetables or even a delicious morning smoothie made with Vitality SuperGreen and Super Spirulina Plus to give you the energy you need to start your day!
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