According to scientists if you eat healthy protein rich breakfast, you stay slim and fit and stop dieters at night. There are varieties of protein rich foods that you can use for your breakfast.
Protein builds and heals the damaged tissue due to physical activities. And help to kick start your metabolism after being asleep. If you want to reduce your weight, Protein rich breakfast can help you by preventing unhealthy snacking later in the day. An adult man requires at least 56gm per day and woman requires at least 46gm protein each day.
Expert at University of Missouri have found in the research that high protein breakfast improves appetite control and reduce unhealthy snacking on high fat or high sugar foods in the evening.
Heather Leidy, an assistant professor in the department of nutrition and exercise physiology says a proper breakfast could hold the key to solving the obesity crisis. Protein based breakfast controls your whole day diet.
Leidy also suggests eating plain Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, or ground pork loin as alternatives to reach the 35 grams of protein. In her study, 20 overweight or obese adolescent females’ ages 18-20 skipped breakfasts, consumed a high-protein breakfast consisting of eggs and lean beef, or ate a normal-protein breakfast of ready to eat cereal.
List of Protein Rich Foods for Breakfast
There are lots of options available for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. The egg is the best option for breakfast. It is loaded with protein and vitamin D. And you can easily find numerous egg recipes for breakfast. Here is the list of protein rich foods for breakfast:
1: Egg, Prefer boil egg instead of fried one.
2. Baked Beans
3. Nuts and Seeds
4. Almond Butter and Peanut Butter
5. Fresh Milk and Cheese
6. Yoghurt, mix with fiber rich Berries
8. Soy products like Soy milk and Butter
9. Brown Rice, oatmeal, Barley and quinoa
Choose Protein Wisely
Protein doesn’t store in our body, so avoid large amount of it. You will get the necessary protein from above foods. But if you are planning to consume protein powder or shake, always consult with your doctor before switch on protein rich products.
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