3 “Healthy” Breakfast Foods Making You SWELL Up

I’m sure you’ve had those days where you wake up and scarf down
something that’s convenient so you can get out the door as fast as possible.

Now it should go without saying that starting your day with foods like
doughnuts, pastries, or pancakes is a fat storing NIGHTMARE.

But most folks turn to other so-called healthier alternatives that are nearly
just as bad.

Here are 3 of the WORST Foods to Eat in the Morning

1. Muffins

Most store-bought muffins are giant, which means they can sometimes
contain over 600-700 calories that have absolutely NO protein or healthy
fats to keep you feeling full and satisfied.

2. Bagels

Would you sit down and knowingly eat FOUR slices of bread?

Well, MOST bagels have the equivalent of four servings of bread, which will
quickly convert into sugar making you store fat and feel lethargic in no time.

3. Cereals

Over-the-counter cereals are, by far, one of the worst foods for your
waistline and your health.

The majority of over-the-counter cereals are empty calories, simple carbs
and sugar, cleverly disguised as a “healthy” breakfast.

There are a few rare exceptions, like some of the cereals in the Ezekiel 4:9®
line from Food for Life®, but I NEVER eat cereal when I’m trying to get

If you wake up and eat ANY of the above 3 foods to start your day it’s like
being stung by a bee.

Seriously, they’ll make you literally swell up, while making you feel fat
and bloated the entire day.

They also FORCE your body to depend on sugar all day—instead of burning

However, there are certain foods that you can eat in the morning that are
guaranteed to turn your fat burning switch to ON as soon as you wake up.

They’re called E-Factor Foods, which are specifically designed to make
you look and feel leaner—all while holding LESS water.

You’ll quickly see why adding these 4 E-Factor Diet Hacks into your day
can make you look and feel leaner in less than 24 hours from now:

==> Look And Feel LEANER In LESS Than 24 Hours From Now

Stay fit and keep learning.