Changes At Breakfast For Weight Loss

Can't drop those stubborn last few pounds. Always start your day with a healthy breakfast experts say to boost your metabolism. You feel you are doing all the right things, but something just isn't right. Why is this weight not coming off? Well, what you may not realize is that you are making three mistakes. Once you changed them, you will see the difference in how your body looks.

Cereal, is this your go to in the morning because it is quick and easy? Have you tried to go with the healthy stuff such as Kashi's GoLean Crunch, granola, and Raisin Bran? Well, cereal is cereal, and it's not the most nutritious choice on the menu. Try to start focusing on 13 to 20 grams of protein, at least six grams of fiber, and 10 to 15 grams of healthy fats. Smoothies or overnight oats are better choices to kick start your day!

Do you eat as soon as you wake up because you never want to skip breakfast? Listen to your body's cues when it comes to breakfast. Eat when you start to feel hungry not when you think it is time on the clock to eat. If you aren't hungry and the morning is fading away try to kick start and eat something light.

Are you measuring your meals or are you just going by, oh this looks like enough? Try to start measuring and then once you get the hang of it you can go by eye. But until you start habit, stick with the measuring utensils instead of eyeballing bigger amounts.

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