The perfect breakfast – Smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and a slice of sourdough toast. Just one of the choices of breakfast on our BP at home meal plan. Each month we supply our BP at home clients a nutritics meal planner that is calorie counted and macro balanced to complement our structured on-line training programme.
- Smoked salmon is a great source of protein (about 18% of its weight is protein). As if that wasn’t enough, it also contains B-complex vitamins, as well as vitamin D, magnesium, selenium and is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids which have been linked to numerous health benefits including both eye health & fighting depression!
- A single egg contains c.7.5g of protein as well as carrying all nine essential amino acids which assists the body in metabolising & utilising the protein we consume in our diet. Indeed, it’s for this reason that egg protein is the traditional “benchmark” of protein quality and is often referred to as a “complete” protein.
- The lactic acid bacteria present in sourdough enhanced acidification, which lead to increased magnesium and phosphorus solubility. … Sourdough bread also takes longer to digest; studies have shown that rye flour added to sourdough can help regulate blood sugar levels which helps ward off diabetes.
3 x free range eggs
Splash of oil
Butter to spread
100 grams Smoked salmon
1 slice sourdough or rye bread (toasted)
Grind of black pepper
Put frying pan on medium heat on hob , splash of oil. crack 3 eggs into a bowl and whisk, add a grind of black pepper. Slice bread and put in to toast. Add whisked eggs to pan and continuously agitate with a fork until scrambled, take off heat whilst still slightly runny. Butter the now toasted bread and place the eggs on top , now take your smoked salmon a place n top of eggs. Grind a little more black pepper on top.
Macros: 1 serving
Fat 20.9 grams
Carbs 46.2 grams
Protein 70.9 grams