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Wednesday, 8 July 2015

How to Maintain a Healthy Weight by Eating Natural, Nourishing & Befitting Breakfast



This might sound funny but research has also proven that interestingly you may want to  note that about 80 percent of the people who are described as obese or overweight mostly eat a small amount of food as breakfast or nothing at all. It is also a fact that eighty percent of slim or thin people usually eat a large breakfast according to experts. But expert nutritionists adduce that all you need to do is eat right like I will list below; if you are overweight you are likely to come down, and if you are underweight, you will surely put on your right weight. You certainly do not need those extra luggage.

Excess Tummy Fat

Nutrition experts will also have us understand that your breakfast should normally be made up of as much as you want of the following items. Everything to expect on this list, health nutritionists say should be all organic. This implies that your food choices should consist of foodstuff grown or raised without synthetic fertilisers or pesticides or hormones. What nutritional health experts mean is that your meals should consist of simple and healthful products that are very close to nature as much as possible.

Nourishing breakfast

The list will include things such as apples, pears, berries, kiwis, pineapples, grapefruit, plums, peaches, oranges, prunes, figs, mangoes, rye bread, raw butter (raw means not pasteurised and not homogenised). Others may include raw milk, plain yoghourt (this means no sugar or fruit), wild smoked salmon, and beef in any form as long as it's organic i.e. to say animals that are fed naturally on grass. Expert say organic is the best for obvious reasons, but that is not to say you have to go picking and selecting at your own detriment and starve yourself. It’s only if you can afford to must you go totally organic.


As fit as a fiddle - that's you

Also, in the list of your breakfast should include such as chicken in any form as long as it's organic too. This means that the chickens that grow by feeding from whatever they find around the house or in the wild are actually the best! Also, you may include lamb in any form as long as it's organic; tuna, sardines, eggs, tomatoes, peppers, salsa, celery, carrots, any vegetable, potatoes in limited amounts, coffee in limited amounts made with pure natural water with raw milk or cream and raw evaporated sugar cane juice or honey as a sweetener, and real tea (not tea in tea bags), expert nutritionist say.

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