As Jessie Inchauspé, also known as @glucosegoddess on Instagram, author of the bestseller “Make your glucose revolution” and the “Glucose Goddess Method”, explains so well. Eating savory breakfast is the best way to get rid of cravings in the morning and hold until noon. In fact, a classic breakfast of toast, jam, fruit juice, granola, muesli and other sweets causes a huge increase in glucose in our body. But the higher the mountain, the harder the fall will be! In fact, it’s when the peak comes down that symptoms appear, including cravings.
To remedy this and finally last a long time without nervously looking at the clock, there is a solution: eat salty foods when you get out of bed. Obviously, when you have sweet habits, going from everything to everything can be difficult, however, you can start with the savory ones and save a little sweetness for the end. The main idea is to eat protein at the beginning of the meal.
What recipes for my tasty breakfast?
Do you see us coming with our huge hooves? Obviously, eggs, adopted by many countries, are a perfect solution. In omelets, scrambled, boiled or turned into omelet muffins, they are an easy and economical solution to start consuming tasty foods.
White ham, chicken ham or even smoked fish are also a solution, without forgetting cheese, Greek yogurt, nuts, tofu, cream cheese, peanut butter or seeds. The important thing is to stock up on proteins that stabilize both blood sugar and satiety. Two birds with one stone!
“Yes, but I never have time! »
Obviously, munching on a granola bar while wearing your coat is the quick fix, but with a little organization anyone can do it.
How to make ? As always, the key to everything in cooking is usually anticipation. If taking out the pan first thing in the morning isn’t an option, why not prepare the omelet the day before and reheat it when the time comes? It won’t be cooked in a minute, ok, but it certainly won’t be any less good. Same idea with a make-ahead quiche that can last at least four days. The same goes for the tasty muffins with cheese and cold cuts, prepared in advance and stored in an airtight box.
That’s theory, here are 22 recipes for practice.