Make The Right Breakfeast and Lunch Choices

Which is a better selection for breakfast?

Meal #1: a low-fat blueberry muffin and your choice of juice

Meal #2: a cheese omelet with Canadian bacon and a grapefruit

Meal #2 is the winner by a rout! First of all, Meal #1 is about 95% carbs; and rapid digesting, insulin spiking carbs at that. Now don't get me mistaken, I have nothing against carbs, and I have a load against all of the bullcrap excessive low-carb fad diets that are so trendy (and worthless) these days. Meal #1 is bad because you ought to provoke a superior level of carbs, protein, and fats.

Meal #1 will be certain to promote fat stockpile via the insulin rush you would get from this meal, and would also desert you starving again about an hour later. Meal #2, on the other hand, provides a diversity of vitamins, minerals, and remnant of nutrients, as well as an superior level of characteristic protein, hearty carbs, and essential fats to keep your appetite fulfilled and body and intellect functioning precisely.

Which is a better option for lunch?

Meal #1: a tossed salad with breaded chicken breast

Meal #2: a lean beef and swiss sandwich with tomato on whole grain bread

At first glance, it might look to be a toss up. The nutrition word "salad" might even fool you into believing that meal #1 is more healthy. Well, meal #2 is the painless winner here. Why?

Well, because of the word "breaded" in front of the chicken breast in meal #1. "Breaded" almost continually means deep fried in deadly artery blockage, belly fattening hydrogenated oils (trans fats), which have been implicated lately as THE major culprit in heart disease and many other degenerative diseases. except the breaded chicken specifically says "baked" or you baked it, you can be assured that it is deep fried in horrible hydrogenated oils.

If you understood the broad story about what these artificially created industrial trans fats do to you internally, you would never even be able to take another taste of something deep fried. On the other hand, meal #2 is made up of healthy nourishing real food - genuibee meat, real cheese, organic tomato, real grains; no industrially produced oil artificially changed under high heat, high pressteady, flushed with hexane solvents, deodorants, and bleaching chemicals like the oil that is drenched into that breaded chicken breast.

Hopefully, these quizzes will help you to make more informed and smart food decisions

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