【Recipe】low-carb energy refreshing breakfast


Getting up early in the morning and opening the window to let the sun in, or letting fresh air permeate the corners of the room, is a great way to wake up quickly. The most enjoyable part of every day is to enter the important things of the day with the most positive attitude: work, school, socializing, etc. So a nutritious breakfast is especially important. In this article I will share with you a delicious breakfast that I often eat


  • OatmealCorn flake
  • Soy milk
  • Yogurt
  • Honey
  • Banana
  • Blueberry
  • Raspberry
  • Black sesame
  • Chi Linseed

Production Method

  1. Put oatmeal, wheat flakes and corn flakes in the container (the proportion can be controlled according to personal preference)
  2. Slice the banana and bury it in the cereal
  3. Pour in dairy (soy milk if you are allergic to cow’s milk)
  4. Add some blueberries and raspberries
  5. Sprinkle with nuts and seeds
  6. For the photo, I used peppermint as an ornament

Good carbs” are those that contain the B vitamins, iron, calcium, and fiber your body needs to keep your cells functioning properly (especially vitamin B12, which helps your nervous system function and your red blood cells function at their best). It also benefits the central nervous system, which fuels our muscles. This healthy carbohydrate food is digested more slowly and converted to glucose more slowly, keeping insulin levels from fluctuating dramatically and keeping the body in a relatively stable energy state. These high-quality carbohydrates have the advantages of protective compounds and stabilizing sugar levels, which are beneficial to our health.

The brain consumes nearly 60% of the body’s blood sugar, and good carbohydrates support brain function, affecting our mood and memory. Not only does it boost your cognitive abilities, it also provides the blood sugar your brain needs to function properly.


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