Cutting down on that carb intake? If your main focus is building more muscle or maintaining your existing muscle mass? Then, you should focus more on having a high protein intake. As we all know, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Having a high-protein, low-carb breakfast has many benefits. So, not ingesting too many carbs during your breakfast will give you enough room. It will increase your carb intake during the day. This is so because this modification gives you room to have something sweet for energy. Having such a luxury will not only keep you going for the entire period of the day. But it will also not mess with your macros. To give you an idea of how easy it is to compile a good low-carb breakfast and how beneficial it is, we've made a list of the ten most ideal options. We are aware that tastes differ. So, we've decided to compile different recipes and combinations for you. You will have a wider array of options to choose from. Be it eggs, savory yogurt or something else, the basis of each of these meals is a protein rich. Note that every meal containing 20 grams of carbs or even less.


1. Savory yogurt along with some spices – 17 grams

Adding yogurt to your diet is risky. Sometimes it is hard to find a manufacturer that doesn't add excessive amounts of sugar to their product. Greeks and Europeans do that often, so you should be careful when adding their products to your eating regime. The solution lies in the elusive, but a very useful Middle Eastern way of serving the meal. You can add some extra-virgin olive oil, black pepper and sea salt along with other spices. This will give a savory, tasty meal early in the morning. It's easy to prepare in advance so that you can eat it on your way to work.

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