There are countless myths and theories about whether or not you should eat breakfast before a workout, and that one may be more beneficial than the other. Some say working out on an empty stomach helps to burn more fat. But, what really happens inside of your body?
As someone who has been studying exercise science and human physiology in university for a few years now, I’m able to come to a conclusion about this issue. Without getting too in depth, the following information (backed up by science!) will enlighten you about the processes your body goes through when you eat and when you don’t eat before you exercise. Should you eat before a workout to burn fat quicker? We’ll answer this below. If you’re in a rush to find out, scroll down to The Final Verdict. 🙂
Breakfast can be a moms Achilles heel; you don’t always have time to make something from scratch but it’s your job to make sure the family has it. Thankfully there are ways to get around the war zone that is the kitchen at breakfast. One of the best kept secrets here comes in burritos form.
Breakfast burrito to be exact.
Breakfast couldn’t be easier for us since we started buying El Monterey Breakfast Burritos from Walmart. They’re in the frozen breakfast section at our store and it only gets more convenient from there. Like the number of varieties available!
Egg, Sausage, Cheese and Potato Breakfast Burrito
Egg and Bacon Breakfast Burrito
Egg, Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Burrito
Meat Lovers Breakfast Burrito
Egg, Cheese and Jalapeño Breakfast Burrito
If those don’t make your mouth water then we can’t be friends. Just joking, I know your mouth is watering 🙂
Ruiz Foods’ line of El Monterey Signature Breakfast Burritos are packed with real ingredients like scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and sausage wrapped in fresh-baked flour tortillas. They are available in three different sizes, including single-serve, 4-count and 12-count.
The simplicity that comes with El Monterey Breakfast burritos makes them perfect for a simple beautiful life. Did I mention they are delicious? We are having a lot of fun trying all the different kinds of breakfast burritos and the favorite so far is the Egg, Sausage and Cheese.
To help make the trying process cheaper we used the $1 off El Monterey Coupon. Make sure you print your coupon before you head out to pick up your own breakfast solutions. Trust me, your entire family will thank you for this deliciously simple breakfast solution.
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What’s in your kitchen? Do you have bread, eggs, milk, sugar and cinnamon? If ya do then you’ll want to make this easy and delicious French Toast Bake. It’s freezable and can be assembled the night before to make dinner quick and effortless.
A key role for parents is nutritionist. We try to make sure our children have good, wholesome food to stay healthy and keep them growing. It’s easy to fill a bowl with cereal or pop a pastry in a toaster but there’s something about a home cooked breakfast that makes the day so much better.
Do you agree?
Like I said, this breakfast may be assembled the night before, just cover it and bake in the morning. Just be careful if you go this route – cold glass explodes in the oven!
There’s nothing like waking up in the morning and enjoying the perfect omelette. I know a few people are intimidated or just don’t know how to make the perfect omelette. I promise it’s easy and well worth the effort. The secret is having a good, non-stick pan and butter. Butter is key!
To make the perfect Omelette you need:
Recommended for this Recipe:
2 tablespoons butter
Salt & Pepper to taste
1 or 2 slices of cheese, torn into pieces *optional*
1 or 2 slices of your favorite deli meat (or 1/4 cup leftover meat), diced *optional*
Fresh veggies of your choice, diced *optional*
Melt butter over medium heat in a non-stick frying pan. While that is heating beat the eggs in a bowl and add salt and pepper. Once butter is melted and bubbling pour in the egg mixture.
After the eggs starts to cook, tilt and rotate the pan to get the runny eggs on the heated part of the pan.
When the egg mixture has a sturdy bottom add the cheese, meat and veggies if you’re using them. Cook for 2 minutes or until cheese starts to melt.
With a spatula, carefully fold one side over the other. Don’t worry if a little juice slips out, it’ll cook with the omelette. Allow to cook for another minute or so on medium heat.
Use the spatula to lift or just slide the omelette out of the pan and onto your plate. You should have a perfectly cooked, perfectly stuffed omelette of goodness. Serve and enjoy!
Now that you know how to make the perfect omelette I’d love to hear what you put in yours. Or, if you have a different method for making the perfect omelette I’d love to hear that too! Everyone is different and has their own preferences – what are yours?