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6 Power Breakfasts to Get You Through The Day

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Eating the right food is crucial to your body's function, and after a poor night's sleep, nothing helps more than good morning habits to improve your sleep the following night and see you through the day. We've put together some great ideas for top power breakfasts to help you get through a long day after a poor night's sleep.

 

Our first tip:

Eating the right breakfast gives you the energy you need to start your day and is one of the habits you can develop to improve your sleep. By adding extra protein to your breakfast you can keep your appetite in check, stop yourself snacking on foods that are going to hamper your sleep the following night and have a negative effect on your health. Eating a high-protein breakfast has a greater decrease in hunger-stimulating hormones compared to a high-carb breakfast.

 

Some of our top power breakfast ideas:

Zesty Good Morning Salad

Prepared the night before this amazing, zesty salad is a great addition to your morning habits that improve your sleep. Combine avocados, smoked salmon and zesty fruits such as grapefruit for a top power breakfast. Not only will the high levels of protein in the avocado and salmon give you a great source of energy throughout the day, but they're incredibly good for you health, which will put less strain on your body and help you sleep better at night. 

Broiled Egg, Tomato and Spinach Sandwich

This healthy alternative to many fast food breakfast is a great addition to our list of top power breakfasts. Use whole wheat bread to get the carbohydrates you need and the broiled egg gives you a great source of protein to see you through the day. And, just like the good morning salad, it's healthy ingredients is great for reducing the strain on your heart, making it easier to fall asleep at night.
 

Almond Bran Crunch

Combine Greek yoghurt which is chock-full of protein with some whole grain bran flakes and you're on track for one of the top power breakfasts around. Add almonds and possibly some fruit and you've got a great source of vitamins and minerals too! These vitamins will help your body function correctly throughout the day, so that it needs to do less during sleep, giving it chance to recharge and revitalise itself. This means you'll not only sleep better but feel more refreshed the following day too.

Breakfast Power Bars

These are great for breakfast on the go and can be purchased from a number of stores. But, if you're feeling really adventurous you could try and make your own. They're super easy to make. Just throw a range of high protein foods into a blender - try almonds, cranberries and dates- and whisk them up until they're smooth. Press the mixture into a mould and let it set. You can then enjoy your amazing, homemade power bars for up to two weeks, giving you two weeks of top power breakfasts!

Cinnamon French Toast and Yoghurt

With 28 grams of protein, this recipe will leave you satisfied for hours. Soak one slice of whole-grain bread in a beaten egg for a great source of both protein and carbohydrates that makes one of the top power breakfasts available. Pair with some fat-free Greek yoghurt, another great source of protein and you'll have a breakfast that is not only tasty but fits in well with your improved habits for better sleep. 

Protein Packed Pancakes

Pancakes made with wholegrain flour are a great source of carbohydrates, and when you mix in high protein fruits such as dates, raisins and berries, you're onto a winner. If you're really wanting to bump up the protein levels, you can mix cottage cheese into your pancake batter for an extra tasty punch of protein.


There are plenty of fun ways you can get plenty of protein into your breakfast and improve your morning habits for a better night’s sleep the following night. With these high protein options you’ll also find you have to snack less throughout the day which will give you a much healthier lifestyle and will help you sleep better at night. Remember, starting the day right makes it a lot easier to end the day right too.