5 High Protein Breakfasts to Help You Achieve Ideal Body Weight

Diets high in protein and low in carbohydrates such as ketogenic and paleo have recently become very popular. The reason is because high-protein foods take a long time to digest.

 

"Therefore, by increasing the consumption of protein-rich foods can make you full sooner and also helps reduce weight because you're quickly full, then you will eat less and less," explained Kristen Smith, RD, a nutritionist from Atlanta and a spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, quoted from Reader's Digest.

 

By eating low carbohydrates, the body will learn to burn fat into energy. Therefore, start your day with breakfast of the following 5 high-protein foods:

 

1. Eggs

Eggs are the most popular food in the world as breakfast. Eggs, especially those that are boiled, are very good for helping you fill up quickly and also contain quite high protein. You can eat it in such a way, or combine it with a vegetable salad. Eggs are a healthy food that is cheap and easy to obtain.

 

2. Chicken breast

Chicken meat can be created in various ways, and of course can make you quickly full because of its high protein content. To avoid eating too much, at least eat one serving of chicken the size of a hand grip and use a healthier cooking method (grilled or boiled) instead of frying it.

 

3. Lean beef

In 85 grams of lean beef there are 25-30 grams of protein and 0 grams of carbohydrates. If you can't get the lean portion of meat, look for the one that has the least amount of fat. Parts like sirloin and top round are very good as your protein intake and cut saturated fat intake.

 

 

4. Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt or Greek yogurt is the best type of yogurt and high in protein. It's better to choose those without flavor because usually the addition of flavors also involves adding extra sugar (aka extra carbohydrates). You can consume them without additives, or you can also add cinnamon, fresh fruits, muesli or oatmeal.

 

5. Broccoli

Protein can also be obtained from vegetables you know! Broccoli is a vegetable that has a higher protein content. Although carbohydrates are indeed still relatively high, broccoli should be cooked boiled or sauteed and avoid the addition of oil or other carbohydrates.

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