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Published on November 29, 2016 at 8:50 am

Quit Eating These Foods in the Morning

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You could call breakfast as the essential meal of the day, and hence you should make sure that you have the appropriate foods when you ‘break the fast’. On the contrary, if you eat the wrong foods, then you could be subverting your whole day. Do you feel tired by the time it’s afternoon or perhaps hungry even before your lunch time? All these may be signs that you have been having wrong breakfast all the time. For some people, even a cup of coffee wouldn’t make them rejuvenated to move on freshly with the rest of the day. All these examples show that breakfast could create lots of changes to your daily life routines. But, ou wouldn’t know what you were doing wrong all this time. That is why we are here to help you. In this article, you will be able to find ten foods that you need to avoid in the morning so as to lead a healthy and fit life.



Low-Fiber Cereal
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All of us know that sugary cereals are not a thumbs up when it comes to nutritious choices. However, the sugar content is not the only thing you should be giving attention to. If you’re consuming a bowl of cereal that’s low in fibre and rich in carbs will not keep you full, and you’ll feel hungry even before lunchtime.

Light Yogurt
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You will be bale to find that many packaged light yoghurts are less in calories but rich in artificial sweeteners and chemicals, particularly when you pick the flavoured ones. Rather than that, you can opt for a plain, low-fat Greek yoghurt. The protein will retain you feeling fuller longer, and it will not have any combined sugar.

Bagels
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Did you know that most bagels are the equal to around four or perhaps even more slices of white bread? Yes, it is!! Now we need to talk about ‘Carb Overload’!! However, you don’t have to give them up totally. You can just choose the whole-grain variety and be sure to cover them up with a protein such as eggs, cheese, or even smoked salmon, so as to make them a good choice.

Bars
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A granola bar or protein bar is something which most of them will opt for when they are rushing to go to their office on a busy morning. However, it is high time that you need to think over your routine. Several bars are loaded with sugar and chemicals, and this will produce a mid-day energy crash. And what happens next? You will find yourself eating another candy bar.

Juice
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Did you swap your smoothie with juice and feel healthy? But, here you have gone wrong again. Juice is a fabulous way to sneak in more greens, but it does not compose a substantial breakfast. If you don’t get adequate protein, you’ll feel hungry by mid-morning. Carbs and sugar are all that is contained in juice. Hence, you can have your juice as a snack later on, or along with a protein and healthy fat for breakfast.

Granola
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People find Granola a healthier choice than cereal. However, they contain lots of added sugar and little protein, which in turn causes your blood sugar to crash. Moreover, it also contains a considerable amount of calories. Rather than that, you can top your yoghurt with raw nuts.

Takeout Breakfast Sandwich
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Yes, it, in fact, contains a bit of protein and is easy for you to grab it while driving to your office. But, another important thing that you should know is that it also can often be fried, processed, greasy, and sandwiched between processed carbs that do not contain any fibre, which means that you’ll be hungry very soon.

Breakfast Pastries
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Even if you’re reaching for a Danish, doughnut, or popping that Pop-Tart into the toaster, you’re doing it wrong. They are in fact made up of refined flour, and in addition to that, they contain a tonne of added sugar. This will make your blood sugar to spike, clatter, and make you hungry even more faster.

Store-Bought Smoothies
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Smoothies are much more sweeter than the green juices. And all that comes from the sugar itself. Some may even include ice cream or perhaps full-fat milk, so you could simply call it as a milkshake rather. Instead, you could opt for consuming your fruit raw, or if you want to have a smoothie, you can make one for yourself at home by using the Greek yoghurt for protein.

Pancakes

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Pancakes usually carry empty, refined white carbs, and if you’re covering them with syrup, then you’re probably going to build a major sugar crash for yourself. But you certainly do not have to leave aside pancakes. You can perhaps top them up with original, all-natural maple syrup, and also try making your pancakes with Greek yoghurt for added protein.