Wakey wakey, eggs and bakey

18/07/2016 0 Comments

So all of you must have heard at least once in your life that “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. Boy oh boy, it is. Obviously, I can just tell you why it is the most important meal of the day, but I will probably bore you with loads of scientific research, you know, research done by the people in the white coats and thick glasses.

I myself didn’t eat breakfast at a point in my life, mainly because “there is not enough time”. Which is a crock of boohocky, but we will get to that in just a minute. Either I was blaming time or I just wasn’t hungry when I opened my eyes, and I didn’t want to force feed myself.

Well, I am very glad that I did start forcing myself to eat in the morning because it made the world’s difference. You can read up on it in your own time by just Googling ‘why is breakfast the most important meal’. I for one had much more energy during the day, and I actually started losing weight because of having my daily brekkie. So I was completely awake after breakfast and all in all just in a better mood because of it.

As for the timing issue. Sure, we all can’t go to a cafe every morning and be served with amazing herb omelettes and fresh croissants, but quickly putting something together in the morning really does not take that long. 10 minutes max, I guarantee it.

This has been my daily breakfast for quite some time now, with some modifications to the way the eggs have been cooked just to keep it interesting.

Might not be as fancy as a breakfast cafe’s dish, but it is delicious, easy to prepare, and boosts your energy levels. Win win situation folks.

So if you are having breakfast on a daily basis, good on ya, if not, just give it a try for a week long and see how you feel.