OK…I personally could care less whether this is high-carb, low-carb or no-carb…all I know is that it tastes (and looks) great, is really simple to prepare and you can just pop a slice in the microwave for a quick breakfast.
FLAX SEEDS: The great thing about flax seeds is that are so versatile, literally add them to anything you are eating for a protein and fibre burst!
Choosing low-carb or no-carb foods for breakfast can help you take in less carbohydrates throughout your day and lose weight in the process. Carbohydrates, or carbs as they are often referred to, are the sugars and starches present in many foods and drinks.
Eating eggs in the morning provides you with 6 grams of protein, zero carbohydrates and only 70 calories per egg. Cheeses that are low in fat provide an extra boost of protein without a heavy amount of carbohydrates.
Deli meats like ham and turkey are often added to omelets in addition to cheeses and vegetables.
You can add tomatoes, fish, protein shakes, yogurt, veal and lamb to your list of no-carb breakfast options as well. In a second bowl, combine eggs, water, oil, sweetener (like Stevia or Splenda) and vanilla. A? cup of cream (half & half) 12 large eggs 1 teaspoon of pepper 1 teaspoon of salt 16 oz.

Combine remaining ingredients, stirring with a whisk until well blended to make a custard mixture.
If you happen to live with someone who cares about carbs (like I do), the best thing about this dish is that you can really enjoy it together (you don’t have to fake it)…it’s that good! Lemons are an incredible source of Vitamin C which will boost your immune system (goodbye winter colds!) They also have a lot of pectin fibre,  which helps fight hunger cravings plus lemon juice aids digestion. Since they are a breakfast staple you can find eggs on the menu at many restaurants, but be sure to check with your server to make sure nothing is added to the eggs, like flour or other thickening agents. Some low-fat cheeses may have a gram or so of carbs per serving, but it isna€™t anything to fret over because of the protein and fat content which slows the absorption of the carbohydrates.
Reach for low carb veggies like kale, collard greens, spinach, asparagus, and lettuce leaves. Smoke or steam these meats and pair them with vegetables and eggs for a balanced breakfast.
Place crept on plate, spread a spoonful of cheese filling in the center and roll crepe-style. Once eaten, carbohydrates are converted into glycogen which is then stored in the body for later use when more energy is needed. And for a great variation, replace the onions with a cup or two of caramelized onions…it really adds a ton of flavor to the quiche.

I cannot emphasize how easy and quick these no-carb pancakes are to make, quicker than scrambled eggs. Having these on hand will prevent you from snacking on junk, also if you have them around, you will almost always eat them! While carbohydrates are essential for normal bodily and metabolic function, excessive consumption causes the accumulation of fats and weight gain.
Both calorie & caffeine free, green tea is bursting with antioxidants but also boosts your metabolism plus its seriously hydrating, which does wonders for your skin.
To avoid this weight gain it is wise to incorporate low-carb or no-carb foods into your daily diet. A carb-free breakfast is not only guilt free but also a good way to ensure you  keep your energy up, a carb-heavy breakfast only makes us feel sluggish and tired by mid-morning.

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