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What To Eat for Breakfast According to Dr. Pop

What To Eat for Breakfast According to Dr. Pop

May 2nd 2018


Beginning the day with healthy food is essential for a healthy life. Breakfast gets its name because it refers to breaking the overnight fast. After sleep, your body awakens and needs energy to start working. Skipping breakfast will make your body think it must conserve energy, in the fear that it may not be fed soon. Eat generally around the same time, as this will program your body to adjust itself to receiving food at the same time each day and will be better prepared to receive it.

Your  breakfast can be a green smoothie, superfoods or any other light raw and organic protein shake or supplements you take. Ideally, you can eat a hearty breakfast within the first hour of waking up. Never leave your body hungry until noon. Having a healthy breakfast is a way to feed your body and mind. Give yourself all the nutrients you need for a fresh start. You can even add vegetable to your breakfast like tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, or enjoy some homemade guacamole, and fresh berries. Vegetables will provide the fiber needed for proper digestion. If you are a vegetarian or a vegan, you can have your breakfast partially or completely consisting of organic and raw fruits and vegetables as well as superfoods. This is the time where you can also have your shakes, mixes as well as smoothies.

You can have great raw, organic, and incredible high quality green superfoods like grasses, dark leafy vegetables, herbs, algae and sea vegetables in Supergreens Mixes to add to your breakfast, or even as a breakfast substitute on your fasting days. These superfood blends will help you detoxify, alkalinize and energize your body. Homemade unsweetened tea with lemon juice is a great addition to breakfast. You may also have a fermented drink, like homemade kefir, in which you can put ground flax or Chia Seeds, Bee Pollen, Plankton, or Supergreens. Thicker liquids like homemade kefir are excellent for taking your morning supplements. Even a small espresso is fine.

Some suggest that you should eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper. This is wise advice. Breakfast should be plenty abundant, (but not exaggerated) because you eat it at the beginning of the day. It gives you a chance to refill your reserves, and you will have a whole day to process and spend the energy you gain from the food. Lunch should be medium in size. Dinner should be the smallest meal of the day, because you need minimum energy for sleep.

For lunch, enjoy an avocado with lemon and tomatoes or a hearty salad filled with greens, nuts and seeds. A big salad is a great source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Make it as colorful as you can. Eating plenty of colorful vegetables is a way to go. It will leave you satisfied and feeling good.  If you take Digestive Enzymes, this is the perfect opportunity to take them. Supplementing your morning with a Smoothie Mix Supergreens & Protein and Maca Powder for added energy is an easy way to add more nutrients and kick start your day the right way.

Our friend Dr. Pop contributed this article to Dr. Calin V. Pop is an MD of internal medicine, a specialist with over two decades of hands-on, practical experience in combining mainstream medicine with unconventional therapies. Visit his website to learn more about him!

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