HEALTHY FOOD IS NOT HEALTHY IF NOT
EATEN IN THE RIGHT RATIO, AT THE RIGHT TIME.
Does the following sound familiar?
-Whole grain hearty breakfast.
-Breakfast for champions.
-Heavy breakfast so you stay full longer.
Have you been told to have juice fruits eggs, yoghurt, and whole-wheat toast all at once so you are ready to take on the day like a warrior?
You get to work happy and as soon its midday you do not want to be there & your productivity goes low: you feel lethargic.
THESE ARE ALL MYTHS, YES.
Your body after resting at night goes into parasympathetic stage that means in the morning your body is brand new. You dictate how you want it to respond. In simple words if you have a spike in blood sugar in the morning it will give you a crash and you would feel lethargic and becomes a vicious cycle. So food items like juice, fruits, bread anything that is sugary which is high on the Glycemic Index or has a high glycemic load ;natural or artificial will keep you feeling like this.
SO WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS?
HIGH PROTEIN AND HEALTHY FAT BREAKFAST
High Protein and nuts(healthy fat) for breakfast is the real champions breakfast. This is the first thing I tell my clients to adapt to because this is the building block of any body composition, focus, energy, sustained mental focus issues that need to be addressed.
What you eat in the morning will dictate your neurotransmitter production for the day. Raised levels of dopamine and acetylcholine should be present to stay energized. Have focus and drive throughout the course of the day and this can be achieved through the protein and nuts breakfast.
The protein in meat steadily raises blood sugar and the healthy fats from nuts would give you sustained energy for the day.
After breakfast, you can supplement 3 grams of fish oil to delay the insulin response even further.
You can add herbal teas to your meat and nut breakfast but no eggs since they are digested far too quickly to maintain sustained blood sugar levels.
The Breakfast Sample plan would be following:
1-2 lamb patties
1 handful of almonds
1 large chicken steak/Beef
1 handful of cashew nuts
8-10 chicken sausages
1 handful of almonds
1-2 lean turkey patties
1 handful of walnuts
1-2 chicken breasts
1 handful of pine nuts
2-3 rolls seekh kebab
1 handful of pistachios”