Top whole wheat toast with light cream cheese, avocado, and chopped smoked salmon for breakfast. Sprinkle salt, pepper, and dried or fresh herbs. Add lime or lemon juice, and voilà! Whole-wheat toast has belly-filling fiber, and salmon and avocado are high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which aid digestion.
Lots of fresh fruit and dark chocolate are enough for breakfast. Fruit includes vitamins and fiber, but dark chocolate reduces cravings and promotes satiety. Fruit water rehydrates you, minimizing weariness and thirst-induced mid-morning eating.
Mix all the ingredients and half the yogurt in a blender. In a large glass, slice the figs and pour the remaining yogurt. Fill the glass with smoothie. Top with extra fig slices. Decorate with fresh herbs and serve.
Toast whole-wheat bread and mash a quarter avocado. Spread avocado on bread and squeeze lemon juice. Add a sunny-side-up egg and salt and pepper. Feel free to add fresh herbs or crushed red pepper flakes for heat.
Due to its trace minerals, protein, and vitamins, chia pudding makes a great breakfast. When expanded, chia provides satiety and pairs well with many foods.
Smoothie bowls are usually wonderful. It has protein-rich Greek yogurt, high-fiber oats, and fresh fruit to satisfy your hunger.
Get enough water in the morning to boost your body's fat-burning. Limes and grapefruits increase stomach acidity and bile production, which aids protein and fat digestion. Add sliced citrus fruits, mint leaves, and honey to a pitcher of water to sweeten. It's the perfect fruity breakfast for morning light eaters.
For weight loss, oatmeal's fiber keeps you full for hours and curbs cravings. It pairs beautifully with fresh fruits and plant-based milks for natural energy in the morning.