5 Best High Protein Breakfasts for Fat Loss (FAST & EASY!!)

5 Best High Protein Breakfasts for Fat Loss (FAST & EASY!!)


Hi, guys! I’m trainer Amy Jo with ATHLEANXX for Women. Today we’re sitting down and talking about
five healthy, fast breakfasts that you can do that are going to help you with your fat
loss. High in protein, ones that are convenient,
keep you going on the go. So my first tip is the little Greek yogurt,
ready to go containers. I love those things. They’re ready, you pull it out, throw some
fruit in there, and you’re on your way. Even if you want to go a peanut butter direction,
throw a tablespoon of peanut butter in with your Greek yogurt and you are well on your
way. The ready to go containers are already prepped
for you, and there’s no meal prep that you need to do on that. So that’s an excellent one to make sure you
have in your fridge. Number two: our smoothies. I’ve talked about this in other videos. Smoothies are excellent. They fill you up quickly, you can make them
high in protein, you can throw spinach, or kale, or other vegetables in there as well,
and throw in blueberries, Greek yogurt, protein powder, and those are a great one to even
prep the night before. So you could throw everything in Tupperware,
put it in your fridge, and then in the morning just blend with ice and some water, and you’re
on your way. So smoothies are an excellent one. High protein, good for fat loss, and are definitely
great for breakfast time; the breakfast hour. Number three, moving into one of my favorites
when I am super slammed, super busy, have no time. Boiled eggs and a piece of fruit. Boiled eggs are excellent to go. You can eat them in the car, you can eat them
literally in a couple of minutes. So those are ones that I always have in my
fridge, and then a piece of fruit. Obviously, an apple, or a banana, or orange. That’s super convenient as well. So that’s a go to when the morning is just
outrageously busy. Number four: omelets. When I do have more time I love making omelets
with veggies, and a couple whole eggs in there, two egg whites, and then I throw some Pico
de Gallo, or avocado on top after. So omelets are a great one when you have a
little bit more time in the morning, and can do that. My last one that I absolutely love as well
is overnight oats. You make them – there’s a lot of great recipes
out there. So it just depends on how you prefer to flavor
it. But you can prep it the night before, throw
it in the fridge, and then it’s ready to go in the morning. So that’s another one too you can prep the
night before and don’t have to worry about it in the morning, that’s fast and you’re
on your way. Add that with a protein shake and that’s a
really great, convenient one for breakfast. So I know we all get busy, and that’s one
of the major things I hear from clients is “I’m so busy. It’s so hard to eat.” But you’ve got to plan ahead. That’s the issue. Meal planning, and preparing ahead of time. So knowing that tomorrow is going to be a
crazy morning, have it all laid out. Have it stacked up in your fridge ready to
go for the next day. So those are some great tips for a healthy,
fast breakfast that will leave you reaching your goals. Thanks for joining me. Leave some comments below. Let us know what is, maybe, one of your healthy
and fast breakfasts that you like to use. We’d all like to hear some more tips as well. Leave us a thumbs up and we will see you next
time. Thanks for joining us.

20 thoughts on “5 Best High Protein Breakfasts for Fat Loss (FAST & EASY!!)”

  1. I'll definitely try these.. thanks..
    can you share some tricks to loose the extra arm weight plz.. without the gym equipment or the kettlebell etc..it would be great great help to me…
    n ur are so beautiful…tc

  2. two weeks into the new year and I still have not gotten my self in gear. I cannot seem to step away from bread. being pre -menopausal and stressed is also a bad combo. now I am hearing that running and too much high intensity workouts are bad for women my age because of the stress they place in your body which in turn increases cortisol. I have bad cravings for carbs. if I can make it three days without white or wheat flour I can pretty much keep going.

  3. My morning porridge: 1 tablespoon of oats, 1 tablespoon of chia seeds, half a tablespoon of peanut butter, honey to taste and milk (soy or almond in my case). 1 minute and 30 seconds in the microwave and go! You can add banana on top after it's cooked, or a dollop of yogurt and berries. Keeps me going from 8 to 12 without the urge to snack.

  4. something tells me she's not very clued up on this stuff, don't get me wrong… she looks 'fit' but i bet she's got a personal trainer or something, it's not hard to read of a script but if you're pretending their 'notes' then atleast make it look convincing

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