High-protein to your diet is the easiest and most effective way to lose weight.

Eating a high-protein breakfast has various advantages for a weight loss plan. For example, it creates a feeling of fullness throughout the day, according to Foodnavigator. The timing of a meal plays an important role in fullness, as you experience more fullness after a high-protein breakfast as compared to a high-protein lunch or dinner. Eating a quality protein meal in the morning that includes sources such as eggs and lean bacon is a better choice for a weight loss plan than eating high-carbohydrate or high-sugar foods.

high protein breakfast recipes for weight loss

high protein breakfast recipes for weight loss

A diet high in a protein found in dairy products can aid weight loss and help to manage type 2 diabetes, a new study has found. Previous research has suggested that eating a large breakfast containing high-protein diet, a medium-sized lunch and a smaller dinner can help a person to feel satisfied throughout the day, aid weight loss, and prevent spikes in blood sugar.

Benefits of a High Protein Breakfast

High-Protein-Breakfast for weight loss program that I recommend for my patients that need to lose weight. The typical American breakfast is a scam perpetuated by the industrial food conglomerates. If I go to the continental breakfast of the typical low-priced hotel I will find bagels, cereal with a jug of skim or 2% low-fat milk, blueberry muffin, non-fat yogurt, toast, orange or apple juice and maybe a banana or an orange. This is a breakfast that is sure to cause obesity and will lead you onto a path toward chronic diseases and an early grave. Take note that these are all refined foods and all high in refined carbohydrates. Now at the higher priced hotels there might be a tub of over cooked scrambled eggs with bacon and sausage. There may even be a waffle maker where you try to figure out how to make your own waffle.

Protein Powered Oatmeal

A hearty bowl of oatmeal fortified with protein is a very satisfying breakfast option. Choose from the many flavors of protein rich oatmeal’s fortified with 15 grams of protein and only 6 net carbs or make your own protein packed version.

Almond Milk

Most breakfast cereals are loaded with sugar and carbohydrates and contain zero protein. Although there are many options for healthy cereals, the best choice for those who are on a weight loss plan would be to choose a low carb/high protein cereal that also contains fiber. Flavor options vary from Cinnamon Vanilla, Cocoa, Honey Nut, Honey Almond, & French Vanilla. Getting protein for breakfast can be tasty and easy.

quinoa for weight loss

quinoa for weight loss

Metabolism

Now let me tell you what is wrong with this breakfast, especially if you are overweight or trying to maintain your weight. First it is high carbohydrate, which has low
nutritional value and stimulates the excess production of insulin which tells your body to store fat. An hour after eating this crap your insulin levels will drop leaving you feeling fatigued and craving more carbs. If instead, you eat a high protein breakfast you will be stimulating your metabolism and the burning of calories. There won’t be a spike in insulin so that you won’t have the mid-morning low blood sugar slump. A high protein breakfast can raise your metabolism by as much as 30 % for up to twelve hours this is a factor that can help you lose weight without dieting or needing to reduce the calories you take in.

Protein Bar

A favorite “Go To “ option for many people as they are running out the door. With the many protein bars available on the market today, we fortunately have many options to choose from that can work with many different weight loss programs, you just need to read the labels. Optimally you should choose a bar that provides you at least 15 grams of protein. Bars that have high fiber content are great options, especially for dieters who are on maintenance.

Quinoa

Known as the king of grains, quinoa is indeed a perfect protein. It has the highest percentage of protein content found in a plant source at 16 percent per volume! This means that if you eat just ¼ cup of quinoa, you get 6 gm of protein. But if you want more protein, you can add asparagus, cauliflower, broccoli and sprouted mung bean stir to your diet.