Best Breakfast Recipes Which Are High In Protein And Rich In Fiber

Humans need to eat because that is how we get our energy. We need several nutrients, proteins, vitamins, minerals, fat, and carbohydrates. Having a healthy lifestyle takes a lot of self-discipline. You must learn to say no to some foods and drinks which you find very delicious. Delicious in some cases means harmful.

Who would ever want to say NO to a hot pizza full of melted cheese and a glass of coke with ice and a slice of lemon in it? Yummm… Dude, just writing about it makes me hungry. But then I ask myself: How does my body or mind benefit from it? And the answer is: it doesn’t. Not only will it harm me physically, but my mental health experiences a shock too, from the tremendous feelings of guilt.

It takes time to develop a healthy eating routine, but it is possible. Of course, it is. And when you reach it you will feel so good and content with yourself, you will not want to go back to junk food. Ever. Below you can find a list of tasty breakfast recipes all high in protein and fiber which will help your body get sufficient nutrients and vitamins. Will also help you if you’re trying to lose weight.

 

1. Gingerbread Chia Pudding

This kind of breakfast will satisfy your cravings. Chia seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, iron, and calcium. Raisins are known to be packed with nutrients, especially vitamins C and K.

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2. Overnight-oats

This is the ideal recipe to get your day started. Except for being delicious and quick, it offers you a flatter and less-bloated tummy.

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3. Almond, Strawberry, and Banana Yogurt Smoothie

This smoothie made of almond, strawberry, and banana yogurt offers over 350 calories. It’s an excellent solution to keep you full until lunch since it contains 15 grams of protein.

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4. Coconut-Berry Bars

You can get around 20 percent of the daily needed fiber intake for your body with these coconut-blueberry bars. With under 200 calories, it also offers a great amount of iron. And it tastes good. Aham.

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5. Mexican Casserole

This is a very delicious and filling recipe. It is rich in protein and is gluten-free. This Mexican food choice, low in carbohydrates with under 400 calories, is a great solution if you are looking for something to cook up on Sunday afternoon and enjoy it all week long.

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6. Avocado With A Baked Egg

This recipe really floats my boat since it’s high in protein, low in sugar and is a fiber-filled solution. Eggs contain selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12 zinc, iron, and copper. Potassium, dietary fiber, and fats found in avocado combined with eggs, are a boost for your immune system as well.

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7. Salmon With Asparagus

If you are searching for a superpower-food-solution, here you have it dears. Delicious, rich and full of nutritious, salmon with asparagus combination is easy to cook and tasty to eat.

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8. Muffins With Turkey Sausage

Easy to cook and full of protein. To be more precise, 12 grams of proteins at 150 calories. Compared to pork sausage, turkey sausage is richer in protein per serving size.

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9. Avocado And Hard Boiled Eggs

Another recipe suggestion you combine avocado and hard-boiled eggs. Consuming avocado can help with disease prevention, overall health, and the digestion system.

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Read also: The Perfect Finger-Licking Pumpkin Pie Recipe By Lauren Conrad

 

 

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