Your morning food plan

There are many conflicting reports out there, what to eat, when to eat, paleo, low carb, high carb, no fat, high fat, the list goes on.

Today’s article is designed to ensure you are starting your day off the best you possibly can.

Tips include:

Healthy breakfast: Oatmeal porridge with nuts, blueberries and raspberries is a great way to start your day.

Healthy breakfast: Oatmeal porridge with nuts, blueberries and raspberries is a great way to start your day.

Start with a glass of water and a half squeezed lemon to help liver function.

Your body has been fasting for many hours now so you need protein, eggs, protein smoothie, fruit and nuts with Greek yoghurt.

Ensure you are getting some carbohydrates in your meal too either from fruit, oats or seedy/grainy bread.

Never ever skip this meal, your brain and muscles depend on it.

If you’re needing a warm drink to accompany your meal, green tea is very satisfying and full of anti oxidants

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