The best breakfast. Are you eating it?

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The first question to ask is, “You’re eating breakfast, right?”  You know it’s one of the most important meals to get your metabolism going, giving you energy for your day, and essential after your morning workout to refuel your muscles so you get more tone.

I want to hear from you.  Leave a comment below telling us what you’re favorite breakfast is.  Not sure if it’s healthy?  Send us the ingredients and we’ll analyze it for you.  In fact, I’ll post the healthiest breakfast winner later this week.  Are you eating the healthiest breakfast possible?

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My favorite breakfast these days is 2 organic hard boiled eggs with a 1/2 cup of organic blueberries. This gives me the protein to build muscle and the energy I need to start my day along with protection against cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity and Alzheimer’s Disease.

http://peterkfitness.com/blog/recipe-revolutionary-breakfast-white-eggs-and-blue-berries/

eggs and berries

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2 comments for this entry:

  • Elizabeth

    One of my favorite breakfasts right now is a frittata inspired by Elana and Peter’s video. I usually make it on a Sunday and then just heat it up during the week. I saute Trader Joe’s onions and peppers in a very little bit of light olive oil and then I add pieces of chicken sausage and artichoke hearts. When that has been cooking for about 5 minutes I add egg whites and cook on the stove until it starts to set and then I put it under the broiler until the eggs are firm. After it cools I wrap the frittata in individual servings and eat throughout the week. Sometimes I will have this will an Ezekiel sprouted grain tortilla and some blueberries.

  • Jane

    Hi, When im not eating greek yogurt(nonfat) with berries i like to have 1 cup cheerios (100 cal) with blueberries. and a little bit of skim milk. Also, once a week i like to eat 3 egg white omelette with spinach and 1 dry ww toast. especially after a great workout (like 20 min of bands. :-)