Paleo Breakfast

Healthy Egg Free Paleo Breakfast

INTRODUCTION:
In early ages, the people mostly used to eat the fresh meat and natural vegetables or fruits. They utilized these foods for the cause of energy and their healthy living. Most people thought that the first meal of the day should be healthy and more energetic so it can make a man active and strengthen in his activities. Therefore, it has been observed that the paleo breakfast meal is one of the healthiest starts of the day that can make the man active throughout the day. Egg free paleo breakfast is one of the sub-types of paleo breakfast which means the breakfast contains all the ingredient of paleo either of the egg that can make it paleo breakfast without the eggs.

 paleo breakfast without the eggs.

FACTS FOR EGG FREE BREAKFAST:
The egg is mainly composed of two major parts one is the outer layer called whites and the second one is the inner core called yolks. Whites contain a large number of proteins while on the other hand yolks are made up of healthy fats. So various reasons come out to have healthy breakfast without the eggs, people may suffer from different allergies, infections or diseases they can’t bother these things in their body.
For these certain cases, Paleo Authors and Healthcare Doctors made it easy to get paleo egg free breakfast. They made choices in paleo breakfast for those who don’t like eggs for their first meal of the day. Healthy paleo breakfast may contain eggs most of the times, but the nutritionist makes the paleo easier and much healthier either without of eggs.

REASONS FOR EGG FREE PALEO:

REASONS FOR EGG FREE PALEO
Usually, eggs are used in breakfast as it considers healthy breakfast meal. But not all time it proves healthier meal in breakfast; many people don’t like eggs because of its smell, taste or texture. It is noticed that eggs are now most allergenic food because of its chemical composition and allergens contains in it. The whites of egg are mainly packed with the allergenic proteins for protecting the yolks and grew embryo by protecting it with pathogens. These certain reasons lead a person to go for non-egg breakfast.
People with autoimmune situations, which are diseases where the immune system is attacking, can be sensitive to eggs as well. Egg whites include a proteolytic enzyme called lysozyme, which has the unique experience to pass through the gut barrier. When this results, lysozymes can “leak” other allergenic proteins found in egg whites into the bloodstream at the same time.
For normal individuals, lysozymes usually have little negative effects. However, those with autoimmune conditions tend to have exaggerated immune and inflammatory responses to eggs, and it can trigger the creation of antibodies to both the “leaked” proteins and the body’s own tissue.

EGG FREE PALEO RECIPES:

EGG FREE PALEO RECIPES

Super Food Cereal:

1/2 oz. Raw Cacao Nibs
1/2 oz. Unsweetened Coconut Flakes
1/2 oz. Chia Seeds
1/2 oz. Sliced Almonds
1/2 oz. Hemp Seeds
1 oz. Wild Blueberries
Unsweetened Almond Milk
Vanilla Stevia

Directions:
1. Place a cereal-sized bowl on a kitchen scale and measure out ingredients.
2. Add unsweetened almond milk and a few drops of stevia.
3. Let soak for 5 minutes, top with blueberries.
4. The time required for cooking is 5min.
5. Serving yield is for 1person.
6. Enjoy your meal.

The Eggless Hash Breakfast:

1 regular sweet potato, shredded
1 bunch dino kale, chopped roughly
1 onion, diced
3-4 cloves garlic cubes
2-3 organic chicken, lamb, or pork sausages, parted
2-3 slices organic bacon diced
coconut oil and broth if needed

Directions:
1. Put bacon in cool cast iron skillet and turn on the stove to
Medium-high heat.
2. Cook bacon, and then remove with slotted spoon, leaving the bacon fat.
3. Cook sausages in the fat; remove and set aside with bacon.
4. Add onion and garlic and saute until translucent, then add sweet potato.
5. Cook about 5 minutes.
6. Add more coconut oil, if required, or deglaze with broth.
7. Add kale. Cook until wilted, and then add all meat back to pan and toss everything together.
8. You can add any leftover veggies at this stage too (Brussels sprouts or roasted parsnips work well;
Whatever you have lying around!).
9. Top with sliced avocado.
10. If you can have eggs, you could top this with a poached egg.

Sweet Potato Hash:

1 medium sweet potato, peeled and diced
1/4 onion, diced
1/2 small apple, diced
2-3 tbsp coconut oil (or butter)
1/2 tsp cinnamon

Directions:

The Eggless Hash Breakfast
1. In a skillet over moderate heat, cook the diced sweet potatoes for 7-10 minutes in coconut oil, salt, and pepper.
2. Try not to suspend the sweet potatoes, flipping only once or twice to permits sweet potatoes to brown.
3. Remove the sweet potatoes and set aside.
4. Add diced onions to the skillet and cook in coconut oil, salt, and pepper for 3-4 minutes.
5. Put some diced sweet potato, apples, cinnamon and a little bit more salt to the skillet, and stir to combine.
6. Cook blend an additional 2-3 minutes before removing from heat.