The Breakfast is Important

I think that eating a good breakfast is the most useful thing you can do every day.

I eat a hearty breakfast of eggs almost every single day by following PALEO COOKBOOK. However, this week, I had two cases where I did not eat my breakfast normal.

Some of you will be wondering: “But I’m not even hungry in the morning. I do not need to have breakfast.

What you have to understand about the breakfast is that when you wake up and you’re sick or not you want to eat, it is because the level of blood sugar is so low during the night that the adrenal glands begin to release hormones such as cortisol. Cortisol stimulates the release of glucose into the bloodstream so that it can survive the night. The other hormone that is secreted adrenaline while you sleep is when the body senses an emergency situation.

The reason that you wake up in the morning with nausea or not you want to eat is that the adrenaline makes you not feel the desire of appetite.

The Good Health Begins with Breakfast

If you eat a decent breakfast of proteins, fats and complex carbohydrates, you’re starting the day off right, avoiding deficit of sugar in the blood and, therefore, the secretion of cortisol and adrenaline.

Breakfast is Important
Breakfast is Important

If you eat something super sweet or full of refined carbohydrates such as cereal, bagels, pastries, fruit juice, etc., you will have a spike in blood sugar that soon after will come down and will be reissued hormones. If you do good breakfast (protein, fat, complex carbohydrates), then you’ll get a good meal (protein, fat, complex carbohydrates), a good snack and a good dinner, probably you will wake up in the morning hungry like a normal person.

Here is the recipe for success:

Breakfast Omelet with Paleo


4 eggs
4 sausages
1 chopped bell pepper and roasted
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon black pepper


Spray the pan with olive oil.
On medium heat add the eggs.
As the egg starts to cook add all other ingredients.
Fold half the egg upside down, and cook a few more seconds.
Sprinkle with black pepper and enjoy!
This meal is rich in protein, good fats (eggs, coconut oil and fat organic meat) and complex carbohydrates (vegetables).

You could add a couple of blueberries for the little ‘sweet we all love the morning.

If you are not a fan of olive oil, do it with coconut oil. Whatever you do, just do breakfast.

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