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My Turbo-Charged Breakfast

My Turbo-Charged Breakfast

This is what I am refuelling on after my morning exercises. It keeps me full until the next day (when I am on 24 hr intermittent fast). But this post is not about my fast, but rather my breakfast :).

Here are ingredients of my breakfast. Bon appetite!


Sprouted buckwheat

Rich in minerals, amino- acids, enzymes, and easily digestible source of protein. It has 8 essential amino acids. This is a great product for weight loss, and help manage diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and allergy. Sprouted buckwheat protects against fatty liver and known for its anti inflammatory effects. It is great source of insoluble fibre, so keeps you constipation free. This is also gluten free grain. High in bioflavonoids and co-enzyme Q10. It also contains the B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, and selenium.

How do I sprout it?

I rinse, drain and soak raw buckwheat in filtered water overnight. Next day I pour it into colander and rinse. Don’t leave too big quantity in a colander. I rinse it well, couple of times per day as they can get slimy. Then I leave it in colander at room temperature all day. Or I do the same by placing it in mesh bag. Then let them dry in a plate and when dry place in the fridge. The sprouts will be ready within 24 hours.


Manuka honey

It has antibacterial, anti inflammatory and antiviral properties, and great for digestion.

Hemp seeds

Rich in healthy fats and essential fatty acids, also great protein source and contain high amounts of vit E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, Sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc.

Chia seeds

Loaded with antioxidants, omega3 fatty acids. Rich in fibre, protein, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamins B. This is the best source of fibre.

Sunflower seeds

Rich in B complex vitamins, which are essential for a healthy nervous system. These seeds are a good source of phosphorus, magnesium, iron, vit E, zinc, copper, carotene, fatty acids. Great immune boosters, help protect against heart disease and stress.


The King of antioxidant food. High in fiver, vitamin C and vitamin K. Blueberries reduce DNA damage, which may help protect against aging. And blueberries may prevent heart disease, help maintain brain function and improve memory, and may help fight urinary tract infections.


Rich in antioxidants, Omega3, reduce inflammation, support good brain function (well, I can only hope:))

ageLOC TR90 green shake

I usually have this as a meal replacement shake or for additional protein after a workout, but in this case I added one tea spoon of it to my breakfast. This blend is just incredible. It is lactose, gluten, and soy free. Contains vegetarian proteins blend (from chia, pea and rice) and an amazing greens blend ( wheat grass, alfalfa, chlorella, spirulina, beetroot, spinach, barley grass.)



Occasionally I add a table spoon or two of organic quark, but you can omit this if you are vegan. It is rich in protein, vitamins and great for a gut health.

Almond Milk or Kefir

When I run out of my homemade almond milk I use Nutty Bruce Organic activated almond milk or kefir. In this recipe I used Aziva Lactose free probiotic kefir.

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