Breakfast

Best Protein Sources
Best Protein sources are:
Eggs, Chicken, Cottage Cheese, Almonds, Salmon, Pumpkin Seeds, Pork, Greek yogurt, Oysters, Soy, Beans, Lentils

​ESTIMATES OF PROTIENS IN GRAMS
​1/2 cup low-fat cottage cheese: 10-14g
3 ounces tofu, firm: 7-13g
1/2 cup cooked lentils: 9g
2 tablespoons natural-style peanut butter or almond butter: 6-8g
3 oz skinless chicken breast: 25g
3 oz fish fillet (depending on type of fish): 17-20g
1 ounce cheese: 7g
1 cup of cooked soybeans : 28.5 g
1 ounce of pumpkin seeds : 9 g
1 egg : 6 g

​THE POWER OF PROTIEN
​​The moment it leaves your fork, protein  starts winnowing your waistline. High-protein foods take more work to digest, metabolize, and use, which means you burn more calories processing them. They also take longer to leave your stomach, so you feel full sooner and for a longer amount of time. The cumulative effect has obvious benefits for anyone who is watching their weight.

​CONSUMPTION OF PROTIEN
​Experts advise between 0.5 grams & 1.0 grams of protein per pound of your body weight daily
Most advisable is to take at least 30% of protein in breakfast so it help regulate your appetite all day.A high-protein diet is often recommended by bodybuilders and nutritionists to help efforts to build muscle and lose fat. High Protein diet helps to tame hunger which could help lose weight

Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

Banana Oatmeal Pancake

Spinach Omelette

Grilled Tofu

Lentil Pancake (Chilla)

Oats Poha Appe

 

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