Do you eat breakfast before your work?
Ideally, taking time to make a simple breakfast is best.
- After 8 or more hours without eating, your brain and your body need fuel. It’s tempting to jump into work with just a cup of coffee in your belly but caffeine alone isn’t enough.
- When you’re preparing for your day the night before, try whipping up some overnight oats, or put some protein powder in a shaker bottle, ready and waiting — just add water.
I usually have choose from things like oatmeal, yogurt, fruit, cottage cheese, hard boiled eggs, or avocado toast.
It doesn’t have to be a big meal and it doesn’t have to take more than a few minutes to prepare.
Stay away from sugary pastries or convenience foods, because the sugar will just cause your blood sugar (and energy) to crash mid-morning.
- And if you can limit (or eliminate) caffeine, you will be naturally awake when you get up and won’t need it to get you going in the morning!
What do you eat in your first hour of the morning? Please inform us.
Oliver & Kim