Have you ever wondered how the pace of life picks up ever so quickly as soon as the holiday season has passed? There isn’t even enough time to prepare a proper breakfast sometimes. Or all the time. As much as I preach the importance of a wholefood, protein-rich breakfast to provide optimum energy and stabilize our blood sugar throughout the day, it isn’t always feasible—especially if you have to rush to work or get your kids to school in a frenzy before heading out yourself.
That’s why I always have a nutrient-dense protein powder close at hand so I can make a nutritious breakfast smoothie or a meal-replacement shake to take with me while I’m on the go. The best kind of protein powder I find on the market is Dr. D’Adamo’s Uniblend protein powder. Unlike many protein powders and meal-replacement shakes in the market, this series of protein powder is specially formulated to benefit all blood types to avoid all the “avoids.” This eliminates the possibility of malabsorption and toxic reactions as a result of having protein that the body cannot assimilate or is allergic too. I have studied the ingredient lists of some of the most popular protein drinks out there and found it appalling that some contain mainly GMO soy, wheat and whey—each being a common allergen for people of specific blood types. No wonder people have reported negative side effects, such as breakouts and constipation after using these powders.
Also, instead of drinking the diluted protein powder itself, I always recommend adding green vegetables and fruits that are beneficial for your blood type, plus some seeds and oil with high Omega-3 content. This will make a “power pack” that will give you lasting energy and satiation for the whole morning, while giving you a wide range of micronutrients that the body needs to function at its peak.
One last time-saving tip for you: Fill seven small jars (for a week’s supply) with the ingredients and store them in your cupboard or fridge. Each morning, empty the content into the blender and then add your fruits and greens. It won’t take more than a few minutes to make this breakfast. Go on, give it a try, and see how good you feel and how much time you get to save! Don’t forget to rate this recipe and leave a comment after you have tried it.
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