Well, a typical breakfast for a ‘normal’ person may be cereal + semi-skimmed milk. This is pretty abysmal.
A typical breakfast for a more fitness oriented / healthy person may resemble something like: combination of oats/rye bread, with maybe something like egg whites and (perhaps) one whole egg.
This … isn’t great, let’s just say.
However, the meat and nuts breakfast has absolutely no continuity with what breakfast tends to be. What breakfast has basically become over the decades is a desert meal – consisting of pastries, sugar coated grains and all sorts of nonsense. But a healthy breakfast like the meat and nuts breakfast is grounded in the principles of primal/paleo nutrition: food that your great-great-great-grandparents would have had access to (aka it comes from the earth or an animal, not a box). Also, it is inherently a low-carb meal.
As suggested by the title, an obvious meat and nuts breakfast is … err, well, meat and nuts. But you do have all sorts of options:
- Veggie Omlette
- Prawns and Avocado
- Scallops and coconut oil
- Burger (lean beef mince) + Cashews
- Salmon omlette
- Turkey + Brazil Nuts
- Venison steak + Almonds
Sounds interesting, I'm going to try it...