Discover The Lean Body Secret: A High Fat Breakfast!

High Fat, High Protein Breakfast Bowl!

Here’s a high fat breakfast bowl that will put a smile on your face!

It’s 2016 and a brave new World.  People no longer demonise fat.  The U.S. government has withdrawn it’s longstanding warnings and guidelines on cholesterol intake. And endurance athletes are are now using high fat diets instead of the traditional carb loading diets to fuel their crazy workouts.

So why are you still eating oats for breakfast?

The most confusion I see on a clients face is when I tell them to eat there carbs in the evening/night and get them to eat higher fat meals for breakfast. Why does this work better for fat loss and building a hot summer body? Well that’s for another article.  But if like my clients, you’re already having high fat meals in the mornings and are looking for a new breakfast recipe, this one’s for you!


What you need:


30g – Chia Seeds

20g – 77% Chocolate Flakes

15g – Pumpkin Seeds

15g – Organic Desiccated Coconut

10g – Pomegranate Seeds

1 Scp – Pro-Isolate Zero Protein Powder

200ml – Coconut Milk

1/2 – Cup of Coffee


How you make it…

1 – Get the brewed Coffee, Coconut milk and Protein powder and blend until thoroughly mixed.

2 – Once blended, add the Chia seeds, place in a container and store in the fridge overnight.

3 – When ready to serve, place the blended mixture from the fridge in a bowl and add the toppings.

4 – Shovel it down!



Protein – 37g, Fats – 30g, Carbs – 29g of which Fibre  19g, Calories: 534

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By |2016-10-26T10:22:34+01:00July 12th, 2016|Categories: Guest Writer|Tags: , , |0 Comments

About the Author:

Own Your Fitness is a premier Personal Training and Nutritional Consultancy. Mish started his training life obese, out of shape and very unfit. Fast forward to the present day and several years of education later, he's here to provide you with an unparalleled service in the most advanced areas of training, nutrition and supplementation.
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