Updated: Oct 11, 2019
Breakfast provides our body with fuel after an overnight fast. Eating breakfast, even if it’s just something small, helps keep blood sugar stable and saves us from those cravings that appear out of nowhere!
When we have protein for breakfast we don’t generate nearly as high of an insulin response. Insulin is the hormone produced in the pancreas that regulates the amount of blood glucose. Lowering your insulin levels means the body stores less fat and blood glucose doesn’t crash after a meal.
Our metabolism and blood sugar control are also better in the morning, so it makes sense to eat more food earlier in the day.
Check out our Green Omelette Recipe for a protein and nutrient packed breakfast.
Green Omelette (S E R V E S 1)
I N G R E D I E N T S
3 eggs, free range
½ bunch broccolini
1 bunch of asparagus
1 spring onion finely sliced
Grass fed butter for frying
1 handful spinach, frozen or fresh rinsed finely chopped
½ avocado, mashed
seaweed salt and pepper
M E T H O D
1. Chop broccolini, asparagus and lightly steam or use raw depending on preference.
2. Beat eggs and combine the broccolini, asparagus and spring onion a large bowl.
3. Pour mix into a lightly buttered fry pan and cook until eggs are to your liking.
4. Add spinach to one half of the omelette and gently fold in half. Cook for a further minute or two.
5. Serve omelette with avocado mash and season with salt and pepper to taste.