What we eat for breakfast will either make or break our energy and metabolism for the day and YES, I am even talking about the added sugar in your coffee or tea to start your day.
It’s important that the first meal you eat to break your fast, on any given day, is a meal that doesn’t cause a blood sugar spike and crash… Because your first meal will set the tone for the rest of your day! It’s the difference-maker between you craving sugary snacks all day long OR you feeling full and energized.
Choose your breakfast well and you’ll feel and function better throughout the day.
Tune in to today’s podcast for KEY information on how to break your fast that will empower you to maintain amazing energy and metabolic health, including:
Mind-blowing fact about what may be lurking in your breakfast
A take-home list of dangerous breakfast foods and drinks to avoid
What happens to your blood sugar after a sugary breakfast
How to break your fast properly (including which foods to eat!)
A step-by-step guide for creating a metabolic BOOSTING morning routine
The inside scoop on incorporating intermittent fasting into your lifestyle
Mentioned in this episode:
*ALL-NEW GlucoSupport – The Blood-Sugar Balancer*
Magnesium Restore – The Anxiety-Buster
Essentially Whole Store – Your Home for All-Things Healthy
Essentially You Episode #377: Three Signs to Know if You Are on a Blood Sugar Rollercoaster Without a Continuous Glucose Monitor
Essentially You Episode #375: What We’ve Been Told About Healthy Sugar is a Lie
Essentially You Episode #361: 5 Things You Can Quickly do After Overeating to Avoid the Blood Sugar Rollercoaster
6 Easy Ways to Block Blood Sugar Spikes
Essentially You Episode #307: Top 5 Hacks to Block Blood Sugar Spikes
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More than 90% of ALL Americans experience glucose spikes throughout the week and end up on what I like to call the blood sugar rollercoaster.
This alone is leading countless people into prediabetes, diabetes, and other much worse chronic health conditions–which I am on a crusade to fix!