Health Magazine

Healthy and Tasty Protein Foods for Breakfast

By Rojer @healthxwellness

Breakfast is often described as the most important meal of the day- for us gym goers we may consider the most important meal of the day to be pre and post workout meals, however morning nutrition is still incredibly important. The reason breakfast is considered so important lies within its name you’re breaking an overnight fast! When you sleep, although the body’s metabolism slows down you still continue to burn calories, this means upon waking a good supply of nutrients and energy is required to set you up for the day ahead. When it comes to health and fitness, it’s important to get your breakfast nutrition right, read this article to find out the top high protein breakfast foods.

Protein Foods for Breakfast

Protein Foods for Breakfast

List of Healthy Breakfast Foods


Trade a 6 ounce nonfat yogurt for a Greek yogurt version to get in about 6 more grams of protein food per serving (for a total of 14 grams). Make your breakfast even healthier by adding fiber-rich berries to naturally sweeten your meal, and sprinkle on seeds, nuts, or high-protein, high-fiber cereal to increase the amount of protein food even more.

Oat Bran

Oatbran may not sound overly familiar, but like porridge this breakfast food is a perfect high fiber and low sugar breakfast option. Oat bran is a product produced from the outer husk of the oat grain and is a great source of low glycaemic complex carbohydrates. breakfast food Coming from oats, the beta glucans found in oatbran contribute to maintaining healthy levels of cholesterol, whilst aiding your digestion and providing an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Oat bran itself is not high in protein food but adding a scoop of Flavoured protein to your morning bowl can provide great flavor and 20g of protein food.

Protein Shake

The last food on the list may seem like a bit of a cop out- after all a protein shake isn’t actually a food right? Nevertheless, protein shakes always come in handy, especially when you’re starving after a morning gym sessions. If you’re like me, fitting in a morning gym session before work can really cause some problems when it comes to time management where a breakfast of champions is definitely out of the question. However, a quick, easy protein shake is an ideal solution! What’s more you can chose a protein shake to suit you and your goals, with added vitamins, minerals and complex carbohydrates.

Protein Shake

Protein Shake

Homemade muffin

Try baking these High-Protein Banana Oat Muffins from Mens, which contain 8 grams of protein per muffin. (Did we mention they are also less than 100 calories and have only one gram of fat?) It’s a much healthier alternative to bakery muffins, which can have anywhere from 300 to 500 calories per serving and are usually high in fat, sugar, and sodium. To further amp up the protein of your homemade goods, spread a split muffin with a tablespoon of peanut butter (for 4 more grams of protein) and enjoy it with a cup of fat-free milk (for 8 additional grams).

Peanut Butter Oatmeal

This might become the number one reason for getting out of bed in the morning. Oats and peanut butter are packed with protein, as is dairy or soymilk. Make sure to buy natural peanut butter without the sugar and preservatives.

Protein Granola Bars

Most granolas are high in sugar but not these protein granola bars! breakfast food This homemade recipe is perfect for when you’re on the go and are packed full of nutty goodness, healthy fats and protein! What’s more each bar contains around only 2g of sugar! Protein bars are an ideal way to get a protein boost if you’re rushed in the morning- make sure you don’t miss out on your morning nutrition.

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog