Revealing HERE are 5 Worst Foods for Breakfast

 

Revealing HERE are 5 Worst Foods for Breakfast - Read on here to find out about the 5 worst foods for breakfast and 3 best foods for breakfast.
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Your alarm clock went off 30 minutes ago. You’re showered, dressed and now ready for some breakfast to fill your empty tummy.

But wait!

 

Don’t just grab whatever sounds good or whatever you can scarf down the fastest to get out the door. It’s important to choose your morning foods wisely, as what you eat now can very much impact your energy levels, focus, and even your mood in the mid-morning hours to come.

 

So before you raid the fridge, browse through the cheat sheet below. It’s filled with foods you should most definitely steer clear of, as well as three in which to indulge.

 

The 5 Worst Foods for Breakfast

 

  1. Muffins

 

A muffin seems like a sensible choice, especially compared to a doughnut or Danish. But a muffin is really a breakfast “wolf” hiding in sheep’s clothing — especially if it’s store-bought.

 

Most store-bought muffins are giant, which means they can sometimes contain over 600 calories. And for those calories, you’re not getting any protein or healthy fat to keep you satiated. No.

 

Instead you’re getting refined carbs like white or wheat flour and sugar — the very recipe for a growling stomach in about an hour … plus weight gain in the long term.

 

By the way, don’t fall for the “bran” muffin trap either. Even these seemingly healthy muffins are typically far too high in sugar and calories to be any benefit to your health. If you want fiber, eat some fresh veggies instead.

 

  1. Cereal

 

We know it’s a beloved favorite, but that bowl of honey-nut o’s, sweetened flakes or crispy rice is not going to keep you full, and worse, it will send your blood sugar on a rollercoaster ride that ends with you yawning at your desk, barely able to keep your eyes open.

 

Most cereals are empty calories, simple carbs and sugar, disguised as a “healthy” breakfast choice. Don’t be fooled. Some of the most popular cereals are more than 50 percent sugar, by weight, and easily contain more sugar than a Twinkie or three chocolate chip cookies!

 

  1. Bagels

 

Would you sit down and eat four slices of bread? Probably not! Well a bagel from a bagel chain is often the equivalent of four servings of bread … as in, a truckload of simple carbs that your body will quickly convert into sugar (i.e. your mid-morning energy crash is guaranteed).

 

Many also contain added sugar — and even those that claim to be made from “whole grains” are usually mostly white flour with a bit of whole grain added in for good measure.

 

  1. Pancakes

 

Pancakes are mostly refined flour, with some milk, eggs and butter mixed in. Even under the best circumstances (i.e., they’re homemade), they’re a source of simple carbs that will cause your blood sugar and insulin levels to spike and crash.

 

If you make them from a boxed mix or get them at a fast-food restaurant, you can expect them to contain more sugar and some even contain disease-causing trans fats.

 

Of course, virtually nobody eats pancakes without syrup, which is a synonym for “corn syrup and sugar.” Even the 100% maple varieties are really just another form of sugar.

 

  1. Doughnuts

 

There is really nothing redeeming about a doughnut, other than, perhaps, it’s taste. But when you get down to the nitty-gritty, a doughnut is a mix of refined flour, sugar, and oils (probably partially hydrogenated oils, i.e. trans fats).

 

That sugary concoction is then fried and topped with more sugar in the form of frosting or glaze. If your only option to eat in the morning is doughnuts, you’re better off eating nothing at all.

 

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The 3 Best Foods for Breakfast

 

We’ve covered what you shouldn’t eat, and now for the fun part: what you should …

 

  1. Organic Peanut Butter

 

Peanut butter can give you a quick protein boost to give you energy and keep you satisfied all morning long. A couple of tips: try spreading your peanut butter on apple or banana slices instead of bread, or add a tablespoon to a kefir smoothie.

 

Be sure to choose a natural brand with just peanuts (not added vegetable oils or sugar), and go organic, as peanuts tend to be a heavily pesticide-sprayed crop.

 

  1. Kefir

 

Kefir, a yogurt-like beverage made from fermented milk, is loaded with beneficial enzymes and bacteria that aid digestion and boost your immune system.

 

A natural energy booster, kefir can easily replace coffee or tea in the morning, and will provide your body with vitamins and minerals instead of simply caffeine. Kefir has a pleasant tart flavor, but you can sweeten it up naturally by adding in a handful of fresh berries or banana slices.

 

  1. Eggs

 

As an excellent source of both protein and fat, eggs will leave you feeling satisfied longer than a bagel or bowl of cereal ever could. Plus, they contain B vitamins like choline for your heart and brain (and reduced levels of inflammation) and naturally occurring antioxidants that benefit your eyes.

 

If you’re worried about your cholesterol, don’t be. The latest research has shown that eggs no not significantly impact cholesterol levels, and may, in fact, improve your cholesterol profile.

 

Plus, one study found that, compared to those who eat bagels, people who eat two eggs for breakfast lose 65 percent more weight and have higher energy levels!

 

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5 Recipes to Make a Homemade Conditioner to Repair Dry, Damaged Hair

 

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Your hair might be dry and damaged for several reasons, such as living in extremely hot or cold environments, chemical processing, excessive heat styling or poor eating habits. Dry, damaged and brittle hair is difficult to style, and trying to find the best product to return your hair to its former luster can be even more challenging.

 

Whatever the cause, you can try the following recipes to make your own conditioner to repair dry, damaged hair in order to restore the shine, softness and strength to your hair.
Egg Conditioner to Repair Dry, Damaged Hair

 

To prepare this conditioner, you will need 1 egg yolk, 1 teaspoon of raw organic honey (preferably manuka honey) and 2 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil. You can also add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice (optional) if you find the smell of egg unpleasant. If you have long hair, you can double the amount of the ingredients.

 

You mix all the ingredients together and you can now massage the mixture onto your wet hair. You let this mixture stay on your hair for up to 30 minutes before you rinse off with cold water.

 

Egg is the best source of protein for your hair. The yolk is rich in fat and protein which is very moisturizing. This treatment can be used every 2 weeks or monthly.

 

Glycerin Conditioner to Repair Dry, Damaged Hair

 

To prepare this moisturizing conditioner, you need 1 banana, 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil (or any oils you have), 4 tablespoons of raw organic honey (preferably manuka honey) and 4 tablespoons of glycerin.

 

You mix all the ingredients in a blender until you can a smooth paste. Then you apply the paste to your washed hair and let it stay here for between 15 to 30 minutes before you rinse off.

 

Mayonnaise Conditioner to Repair Dry, Damaged Hair

 

To prepare this natural conditioner, you will need 1 banana, 1 avocado, 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise and 2 tablespoons of raw organic honey (preferably manuka honey). First, you use a fork to mash the banana and avocado until they become a paste. Then you add in the mayonnaise and honey to the banana and avocado mixture in a blender to blend well.

 

First, you make sure your hair is dry. You start applying the conditioner from the top section of your hair and work your way down, concentrating on the hair tips as the tips are more likely to be damaged. You leave the conditioner for up to 15 minutes and rinse it off with water.

 

Mayonnaise is made of oil and egg; therefore it is very moisturizing for your hair. The high-fat content of avocado makes hair less dry and prone to breakage. Banana nourishes your hair and prevents the hair from getting frizzy. Honey adds sheen to your hair so it can be also be used to lighten your hair.

 

Milk Conditioner to Repair Dry, Damaged Hair

 

Lactic acid in milk can help to build the strength and elasticity of your hair.  A warm milk and honey mixture works as both a conditioner and restorative treatment. To prepare this conditioner, you need 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, 2 tablespoons of raw organic honey (preferably manuka honey) and 1 tablespoon of milk.

 

You simply combine the 3 ingredients together in a microwave safe bowl. Then you microwave the mixture for about 30 seconds. Then you stir in 1 tablespoon of natural unbleached flour to make a paste.

 

You can then apply this paste on your wet hair and allow the conditioner to stay there for at least 15 minutes before washing as normal.

 

Yogurt Conditioner to Repair Dry, Damaged Hair

 

Yogurt has natural milk proteins which strengthens your hair. To prepare this natural conditioner, you just need to mix 3 tablespoons of plain yogurt with 2 egg yolks.

 

When you need to use, you simply massage the mixture onto your hair and let it sit for at least 15 minutes before you rinse and shampoo your hair. You can apply this treatment every week.

 

Besides smoothing the hair shaft, adding shine and reducing frizz, this deep conditioning protein treatment can also improve the appearance of dry, damaged hair.

 

You may want to watch a Video HERE to learn how to prepare your homemade conditioner to repair dry, damaged hair.

 

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