UC News

Try These 5 Protein Rich Breakfast To Lose Weight

Try These 5 Protein Rich Breakfast To Lose Weight

If you’re trying to lose weight or choose to live a healthier lifestyle, breakfast and protein are two things that you shouldn’t ignore! And a better way to do that is just combine them together. Try and inculcate a high protein breakfast in your routine and we are sure no one can stop you from achieving your goals.
* Strawberry-Almond Baked Oatmeal

Oatmeal in itself is great for breakfast. It is full of fiber and whole grains, but you can round it out and amp up the nutrition by adding flax seeds, chia seeds, soy or almond milk, or protein powder. Top it up with strawberries and almonds for extra fiber, healthy fats, and vitamins.

* Oat Yogurt Cups

Another great way to increase the protein in your oatmeal is by adding some dollops of Greek yogurt. Add a fruit of your choice if you wish to. You get your filling fiber and healthy probiotics and plus it handy to carry it on the way.

* Protein Pancakes

If you love pancakes, then this will probably become your favourite dish. Simply blend 1/2 cup each of egg whites, oatmeal, and cottage cheese (optional) along with 1 teaspoon baking soda until smooth. Add you favourite protein and cook the batter like a pancake. These pancakes may help lower your risk of cardiovascular disease and it contains lots of protein for the amount of calories!

* Mini Eggs Frittatas

If eggs sound boring to you, try these frittatas. Mix whole eggs and extra egg whites together with sautéed vegetables of your choice. Simply pour the batter in muffin moulds and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until you insert a knife in them and it comes out clean. You can even store them in the freezer and reheat them when you want to have one.

* Vegan Smoothie

Smoothies are truly great for a healthy breakfast. There are so many various option and choices you can create it form. Plus it’ll keep you full for a longer time as well. They provide a healthy serving of protein along with vital fats, vitamins, fiber, and micronutrients.

READ SOURCE
Open UCNews to Read More Articles