When it comes to breakfast, it’s easy to see why smoothies have achieved such a huge following.
According to a breakfast study, Almased supports blood sugar levels and positively influences fat burn compared to a standard high-carb breakfast.
A standard breakfast caused increases in blood sugar levels as a result of the body using carbs as its primary fuel for energy instead of fat, (so no fat calories were burned). After a few hours of consuming a standard breakfast, blood sugar levels dipped and hunger set in. The study suggests that standard breakfasts causing blood sugar levels to go up and down like a roller coaster can impair focus and energy levels throughout the day.
Compared to the standard breakfast, drinking low-glycemic high-protein Almased for breakfast had little impact on blood sugar levels and high levels of fat oxidation, which means blood sugar levels remained stable and the body burned more fat calories when Almased was consumed.
Not only that, fat calories continue to burn even far past lunch time, called the “afterburn effect” and Almased had a stronger effect on satiety levels. Altogether, when you drink Almased for breakfast, you can stay focused and energized throughout the day.
This is why eating a healthy breakfast helps us kick-start our energy.
Is a smoothie healthy for breakfast?
When you kick-start the metabolism with a breakfast smoothie, you will burn more calories throughout the day. Unfortunately, many people skip the a.m. meal because they are rushing out the door. A HUGE MISTAKE!
Research has shown the people who eat breakfast are thinner than those who don’t. How is this possible?
In a new randomized-controlled study, researchers are discovering that a low-glycemic high-protein meal gives the body a metabolic advantage by helping the body burn up to 15% more calories and the body burn up more fat calories than carbs than a standard meal. The low-glycemic high-protein meal tested in this study was Almased.
Overall evidence points to the fact that using Almased as a low-glycemic high-protein breakfast smoothie can help boost your metabolism and burn fat calories more efficiently for effective weight loss. Plus, it can help keep the appetite in check for the rest of the day.
Why does an Almased smoothie make the best healthy breakfast recipe?
Almased is a low-glycemic high-protein meal replacement shake that is diabetic friendly and gluten-free. This unique multi-protein formula is created from different sources to fit the amino acid profile the human body needs for optimal function as exactly as possible, which makes Almased the best healthy breakfast smoothie.
The bioavailability of amino acids and bioactive peptides (such as lunasin) is increased by a special process using active enzymes from natural sources. This makes the Almased Weight Loss Phenomenon™ possible!
How Does Almased Work?
Almased boosts the metabolism burns fat and supports energy levels, without any stimulants. Keeping the metabolism active will help the body lose weight easily while sustaining results once the diet is over.
Containing 27 grams of multi-protein, Almased helps to retain muscle mass and keep you full for up to 4-6 hours. Almased is also diabetic friendly and supports healthy blood sugar levels to further fat breakdown.
How to Make A Healthy Smoothie for Breakfast
Making a healthy smoothie for breakfast is easy. Simply add 8 Tbsp of low glycemic protein-rich Almased to 10-12 oz of cold water, skim or unsweet almond milk. Then, add 1-2 tsp of olive or flaxseed oil to incorporate healthy fats into your diet. And don’t forget 1-2 Tbsp of chia seeds or flax seeds for fiber to keep your gut happy.
For flavor, add one or more of your favorite flavoring ingredients, such as 1 tsp vanilla extract, ground cinnamon spice, unsweetened cocoa powder or peanut butter powder. Explore different recipes and have fun with the smoothies!
You can also add a ¼ cup or ½ a fruit or green veggies to your smoothie. Choose fruits that are rich in anti-oxidants, higher and fiber or low in sugar, such as citrus fruits, apples, or berries. For veggies, try adding 1 cup of baby kale or spinach to each smoothie
Red, White, and Blue Anti-Aging Smoothie
• 8 Tbsp Almased
• 12 oz unsweetened vanilla almond milk
• 1/4 cup frozen blueberries
• 1/4 cup frozen raspberries
• 1 tsp vanilla extract
To a blender, add unsweetened vanilla almond milk. Then, add frozen or fresh berries, Almased, and vanilla extract. Blend until smooth, then pour into a glass and enjoy!
One portion contains 279 g calories, 30 g protein, 32 g carbohydrates, and 6 g fat.
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