Vegetables Make Your Breakfast Better

On the metabolic balance plan, you get lots of vegetables so take advantage of this perk and make sure you eat as many vegetables as you can for breakfast.

If you are not a vegetable breakfast person, here are a few ways to add those vegetables without breaking an early morning stress sweat.

Make a Breakfast Salad with your fruit and vegetables.

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Make a salad with avocados and plums.

Experiment with your breakfast Smoothie.

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Build a healthy smoothie.

Scramble your Vegetables. (more vegetables than eggs)

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Make a breakfast full of vegetables and a little bit of eggs.

Eat a side of vegetables like Kohrabi sticks which you can substitute for bread.

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Experiment with kohrabi instead of eating toast.

Get creative with your eggs.

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Place a soft egg on top of a bed of vegetables.

Eat avocado toast.

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Kale For Breakfast

I will be sharing a breakfast recipe on Monday but found this on LivecleanMB and felt like we needed to share. Enjoy a double recipe week!

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For some metabolic balancers breakfast can be a difficult meal, a rushed schedule, not accustomed to taking the time to prepare or eat breakfast, etc. I asked Sonya McLeod, metabolic balance® coach in Vancouver, BC for some ideas:

I like this recipe because it is tasty, healthy and easy to make. I always struggle with finding a way to eat my greens, especially in the morning, and this recipe does the trick for me.

FACTS ABOUT KALE

According to The George Mateljan Foundation:

  • Kale is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body’s detoxification system.
  • Researchers can now identify over 45 different flavonoids in kale that benefit health.
  • Kale is one of the cruciferous vegetables that can help prevent cancer.
  • Kale’s risk-lowering benefits for cancer have recently been extended to at least five different types of cancer.

RECIPE: STIR FRIED KALE SALAD

INGREDIENTS
1 vegetable…

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