3 Breakfast foods for MORE energy! | Gundry MD

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Normally, Dr. Gundry is known for skipping breakfast. But if you just simply can't go without your breakfast, you should at least eat foods that are healthy. These breakfast foods promote a healthy lifestyle and provide the energy needed to take on the day. They great tasting, healthy, and nutritious options for any breakfast lover!

Read more about how Dr. Gundry feels about breakfast here:
Time Stamps
00:50 – Yogurt
01:54 – Eggs
02:20 – Coconut Flour Waffles
02:33 – Almond Butter
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  • F U says:

    Sir, can you talk about a food that is healthy and doesn’t make one so sleepy please and thank you.

  • Bill Thibodeau says:

    …and the best breakfast of all is No Breakfast!!:) Then again, breakfast means to break a fast, so if your first meal is at 1 or 2pm, then that is ‘break-fast.’ I just finished reading the Energy Paradox and have started incorporating some of the mono-meal suggestions over the last few days. What a game-changer Dr. G!! Really loved the book!!

  • RubberWilbur says:

    But let’s not forget the number one thing to have for breakfast that will give you even more energy and maybe extend your life. Nothing. That’s what I consume or rather don’t consume.

  • Rowan Adler says:

    Thanks Dr G. My kids and I also love your mug muffins with coconut yoghurt and blueberries, and sweet potato toast (twice cooked for extra resistant starch benefits of course 😉 with almond spread. We ❤ our breakfasts

  • Laly says:

    What about Lavva yogurt? It’s made with Pili nuts, I saw your interview with the owner of this product and you mention that you like the yogurt the original one. Is Lavva yogurt Plant Paradox approved? It’s the only yogurt we were eating a lot It’s sooo good!

    • Gundry MD says:

      Hi there! Thank you so much for your question. You can find Dr. Gundry’s list of approved foods here: https://bit.ly/353B0iF. Thank you!

    • Laly says:

      @Gundry MD I know what foods are approved because I have his books, but I would like you to ask Dr. Gundry if he approves Lavva yogurt, like I mentioned before he said it is delicious , I don’t want to wait for another book to find out if he approves Lavva yogurt or not it’s that simple. Thanks

    • Gundry MD says:

      Hello Gladys, yes Dr. Gundry approves of Lavva yogurt it is listed on his “Yes” list. Thank you!

  • Guido Brunelli jr. says:

    Wow never heard of Almond butter ? We tried the coconut waffles in one of your books, I forget which at his point, but they were the most delicious and savory waffles I ever tried. Thanks !

  • Susie BrookoverHaase says:

    Dr. G, since lectins are in the casing/skin of almonds, is it absolutely necessary that almond butter be made from blanched almonds that have had the skin removed?

  • claudia harris says:

    Super easy coconut flour waffles!
    1 egg
    1 tablespoon olive oil
    2 tablespoons of coconut flour
    1/4 teaspoon psyllium husk powder
    1/4 teaspoon baking powder
    Pinch of salt
    Mix everything together
    Bake in waffle iron
    Enjoy with favorite Dr approved toppings

  • Meher Baba is God in human form says:

    Very helpful info.!

  • Frank Miller says:

    I never wake up hungry…I eat around 10:30.a.m. and it isn’t much…

  • Yolanda Wessel says:

    Thank you for your professional, accurate information. Is organic sugar cane same as stevia? Sending msg from Las Vegas, NV.

  • music104ever says:

    Breakfast it’s not the most important meal of the day it’s probably the worst the best meal of the day is your first meal preferably around lunchtime so you can have a good fasting time

  • Maria Rita-Ferreira says:

    Love ❤️ these short info videos…keep’em coming Dr. G.

  • M B says:

    Hi Dr. You mentioned in another video that almond milk is not good as a coffee creamer but in this video almond butter is good. Can you explain? Thanks Mitch

    • Gundry MD says:

      Thanks for your question! We will consider covering this topic in a future YouTube video. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and turn on alerts so you never miss an update!

  • Leticia Moreno García says:

    Hola Steven tus libros están en español me encantaría leerlos saludos desde México 🇲🇽

    • Gundry MD says:

      ¡Hola! Muchas gracias por sus comentarios. No tenemos una versión en español en este momento, pero consideraremos su sugerencia. Siempre estamos tratando de mejorarnos a nosotros mismos. Si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud sobre Gundry MD, háganoslo saber. ¡Gracias!

  • Dorothy Clary says:

    I would like to know what kind of vitamin C to take everyday in the morning I like to see you on Podcast also what the best food for ur brain and vitamins I enjoy ur talk show thank you 🙌👍🙏

    • Gundry MD says:

      Thanks for your question, Dorothy! We will consider covering this topic in a future YouTube video. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and turn on alerts so you never miss an update!

  • Marilyn M says:

    Fruit/fresh squeezed fruit juice for breakfast on an empty stomach. 👍🏼 Proper food combining is wonderful!

  • Karunamayi Holistic Inc. says:

    I eat home made yoghurt with herbs like cumin in it as part of our culture. No sugar or refined sugar at all.
    Breakfast is always millets porridge with veggies.
    My grandfather used to eat eggs in breakfast daily. Till end of life he was active. Though not a heavy meat eater on daily basis but I always saw eggs for breakfast they were all omnivores on my mom side mostly. Never saw any problems. Till end of life my grandfather used to study, was active in his life.

  • Crystal says:

    QUESTION: what about all the unhealthy added ingredients found in yogurt (not just sugar), as well as the fact that the animals who produce this milk contain a diet that includes grains?

  • Andi Bitri says:

    Hi doctor. In a previous video you mentioned that the almond milk contains lectin because of the skin. How about almond butter? Is there any brand of a skinless almond butter you can recommend us? Thank you for all your information and your help.

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