Go Green Breakfast
Breakfast can be done right and not so right. Poor breakfast choices can lead to fatigue and energy slumps mid-morning Breakfast’s that are high in refined carbohydrate, think standard breakfast cereals or the toast brigade, spike blood sugar and lead to blood sugar drops in addition to lacking feelings of satiety (feeling full and satisfied). Including fats and proteins in your breakfast will help stabilise blood sugar and leave you feeling satisfied and support healthy hormone production.Course: Breakfast Servings: 1
- Frying pan
- 2 organic free range eggs
- ½ small avocado
- 1 cup watercress or baby spinach
- ¼ cup sauerkraut
- 1 tbsp parsley (finely chopped)
- 1 – 2 slices rye or sourdough
- Crack 2 eggs into a small bowl and sprinkle with Celtic sea salt and black pepper
- Whisk the eggs gently with a fork.
- Slice avocado into thin slices and add to plate with sauerkraut and watercress.
- Add the olive oil or butter to a pan and bring to a low to medium heat.
- Place rye/sourdough in toaster.
- Add the egg and parsley to the pan allowing the egg to cover the bottom of the pan, folding in from the sides as the eggs cook.
- Remove eggs from the pan whilst they still look “shiny” as they will continue to cook.
- Add eggs and toast to the plate.