Healthy Breakfast Recommendation – What I eat for Breakfast

Healthy Breakfast Recommendation

This blog is often updated as I find more foods I can add to the mix. This is a lot to start, so please don't be overwhelmed by this but challenge yourself to add one or two more things a week as I do without having the burden to do it all at once.

I start out with my meditations, then oil pulling, both you can find out how by clicking these words highlighted in blue.

Before eating I start with Sole (himalayan salt in water) to get minerals and prepare my digestion to accept nutrients and to further create an alkaline environment I take about 2 tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar to start, after about 15 minutes...

44c463a3e710275e3101efc852998acaI eat at least 2 organic pastured (or at least free-range) eggs raw that I put inside a kefir

I eat the eggs raw which, when you are buying pastured organic eggs, is the most nutritious way to do it, and it has to include the yolks which is all explained in my blog on eggs here. You also don’t want to break or scramble the yolks because that starts to break down the nutrients on a cellular level. If you want to cook the eggs, soft boiled or poached is best since it does the least damage to the yolks.

To my mixture of Kefir and Eggs I add Psyllium husk fiber, Collagen peptides (mentioned below), chia seeds, a bit of cinnamon, and raw cacao. All super foods which are rich in fiber omega 3's and minerals that I love. (click photos on above for links)

Eating just this has allowed me to stop taking supplements for – probiotics, b-vitamins, whey protein, vitamin k-2, and there is also great vitamin D in the eggs --- the best vitamin D is from the sun and I supplement in winter, but there is a good amount in the eggs as well as  cod liver oil found on my blog about supplements.

With these healthy fats from the eggs and Kefir, I’ll also add my supplements such as concentrace minerals (if I did not take Sole mentioned above) to this and a lemon or orange essen tial oil, those are known to remove petro chemicals such as BPA.

Ess ential Oils:

- The FDA no longer allows wellness sites to recommend essen tial oils or talk about their benefits. For info and which brands I recommend email


You can see a complete list of which supplements I take as well as links in the photos and videos on each by clicking on my blog about that here about Supplements.
I’ll regularly take (daily) Astaxanthin, Ubiquinol (CoQ-10), Vitamin E, Resveratrol, Collagen Peptides, Cod Liver Oil (as my omega 3's), Blue green algae, Magnesium spray, Psyllium husk, bee polin, and others at different times of the year explained with links of the specific ones I use at the link above. (All found in the blog with links by clicking on the photos) – This might sound like a lot but it’s really not, since they are all whole food versions and considering we don’t get this from food any longer, and I almost never eat fish because all fish have unhealthy doses of mercury – about the only one left that I do eat is wild Alaskan salmon.

I also use on a magnesium oil and wipe on my skin, which is great way to absorb magnesium and can be found here.

All supplement brands I take are very specific since 97% of vitamins are not only worthless but in some cases toxic, and you can learn why in my blog here


Screen Shot 2014-12-01 at 9.28.31 PMMy salad usually includes many greens such as cilantro, parsley, kale, dandelion, avocado, tomato, switch off cucumber and celery and maybe 1 or 2 other greens I find in the market, just not lettuce or romaine because butter lettuce has little to no nutritional value and even organic romaine has a kind of plastic substance on it, that you can see in this video here.

I add beats as well about every other week that I just eat raw. It’s essentially what many people put in a juicer but I just eat all those instead.

Then I’ll add fermented vegetables to that as well. Find out how to make those in my blog here.

I then put olive oil or hemp oil, Sesame seeds (1 gram for smoothie), nutritional yeast, and Himalayan pink salt for minerals and some lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to help with my pH levels in my body more towards alkaline. (click photo on the left for links) (click here for benefits of himalayan salt)

Bone Broth and Tea

Health-Benefits-Bone-Broth-PrimallyInspired.com_1-e1385761220433According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) it’s good to have something warm to wake up your organs so finally I’ll have some bone broth soup and put some turmeric and moringa powder in it and maybe a fennel oil for digestion that you can email me at for a link for that.

Or if I don’t have all that I’ll just make my turmeric and ginger tea, which you see how to make in my blog here.

When I don't have Bone Broth soup made, I take Collagen Peptides, added to my morning drink, this way I get the daily dose of gelatin, the important part of the soup. Collagen makes up 30% of the protein in our body but more than 70% of the protein that makes up skin. It ensures, cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of skin, It’s also great to help heal leaky gut, increase bone density and strengthen muscle and connective tissues, weight management, immunity, chronic pain and improve sleep quality. I love Vital Proteins brand of collagen peptides because it is from pasture raised animals. See the complete blog on Collagen Peptides here.



I don’t like juicing for a few reasons:
1. It’s way too much stuff to buy, store and clean up.
2. You are taking the fiber out of the vegetables and just throwing it out.
3. Most juicers burn out the enzymes in the vegetables with the heat of the blades as well as many nutrients. Unless you have a slow juicer specifically designed not to do that such as either or these below: (Click photo for links)


Other Healthy Morning Options

  • You can balance your pH, detox and add pro- and prebiotics by squeezing a lemon with some apple cider vinegar and warm water. This also kick starts the metabolism and support the adrenals.
  • You can eat a grapefruit (high in pectin, which optimizes the intestinal membrane thus feeling full for a long time) with just a few almonds. They have a great diversity in phytonutrients (like resveratrol).
  • You could also add some red African rooibos tea, which is good for the liver and reduces hunger by optimizing glucose and insulin interactivity.
  • Drink 16 – 32 oz of pure water and wait 45 minutes before eating or drinking anything else. This helps to detox the blood and organs and “wake up” your organs as well.
  • Try intermittent fasting.

Links mentioned in this video include:

- Meditation - – www.localhost/theartofunity/meditations
- Oil pulling -
- Bone Broth Soup
- Which supplements I take - www.localhost/theartofunity/which-supplements-do-i-take/
- How to make turmeric and ginger tea - www.localhost/theartofunity/turmeric-and-ginger-tea/
- Are eggs healthy? -
- how to make fermented vegetables - www.localhost/theartofunity/how-to-make-fermented-vegetables/

I am not a doctor and as with any health advice, consult a qualified practitioner before adding any new supplements, especially if pregnant, nursing or if you have a medical condition.