On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m showing you how to make a meat and nuts breakfast recipe.
Yes, you asked for it, so it’s now time to apply what we learned from the following 3 videos to an actual recipe from your meal plan.
If you haven’t calculated your calorie and macro goals yet, click on videos #1-3 above to get your calculations.
Then I’m going to show you how to make a meat and nuts breakfast recipe based on the calculations from our last video.
So if you missed that last video, click here to watch it.
This is a quick and simple exercise as I take you step-by-step through the calculations.
Then once, you have calorie and macro numbers, it’s time to customize the quantities of the ingredients in this meat and nuts breakfast recipe, to match your goals.
Yes, it’s time learn how to apply your specific nutrition plan calculations to the real world.
I’m talking about cooking in the kitchen with a recipe.
For this example, we’re using a daily goal of 2,000 calories.
So based on this, our meal #1 macronutrient goals are:
This meal resembles the meat and nut breakfast popularized by Charles Poliquin, and I highly recommend you all follow.
The late Charles Poliquin, RIP, was the godfather of the personal training industry.
Eating the meat and nuts breakfast was Charles Poliquin’s number 1 dietary tip for optimal leanness, sustained energy, and mental focus.
There have been multiple studies on executives, kids, and professional athletes, that shows a high protein breakfast is critical for sustained energy and increased productivity throughout the day.
Meat and nuts can also positively set up your neurotransmitter production and stabilize blood sugar levels for extended periods of time.
This is because consumption of meat allows for a slow and steady rise in blood sugar.
Then the healthy fats in the nuts allows your blood sugar to remain stable for a long time.
Balancing your blood sugar is key to reducing cravings and keeping you feeling satiated.
The opposite occurs when you eat a high carbohydrate breakfast like cereal or toast.
This causes your blood sugar to be all over the place, leading to more cravings and hunger.
Alright, just talking about the meat and nuts breakfast is making me hungry, so enough talk, let’s get cooking.
Step into my kitchen so I can show you step-by-step how to make a meat and nuts breakfast recipe.
I promise you, it’s going to be delicious.
Here are the ingredients and instructions to make the meat and nuts breakfast recipe.
Alright that’s how quick and easy this meat and nuts breakfast recipe was to make.
It’s so delicious that it deserves a damn that’s good!
Add this meat and nuts breakfast recipe to your diet and watch your:
Eating the meat and nuts breakfast is key to achieving all of that.
To find this out, I used a food scale to weigh the food.
Check out my video post on how to prep and portion your food using a food scale
Remember, the ingredient quantities in this meat and nuts breakfast recipe were calculated based off of a daily 2,000 calorie meal plan comprised of:
It’s up to you to customize the ingredient quantities based on your specific calorie and macro goals.
If you’re wondering how I figured out the quantities of ingredients to hit our macronutrient goals of:
It’s very simple.
I used our free Live Lean meal planner software.
So before portioning out the ingredients, use the meal planner software to calculate the quantity of each ingredient needed to hit your macro goals.
I hope that was very simple and straight forward for you.
You should also rotate your meat and nut food selections.
In other words don’t eat this exact meat and nuts breakfast recipe every day.
For tomorrow’s meat and nuts breakfast, swap out the ground beef and walnuts for ground turkey and pecans.
Then the next day use fish and almonds.
Variety of food is also very important.
Give the meat and nuts breakfast a try for 7 days.
Then let me know if the comment section below how you feel after the week.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.