This Spring and Summer, athlete Ingalena Heuck joins us as our Odlo Blog Special Guest, sharing her inspiration and tips for running, training, nutrition, and wellbeing.
To kick-start, Ingalena shares her morning motivation and delicious «Breakfast Shake»: Yum!
200 g of yoghurt or curd
100 g berries (fresh or deep frozen)
3 tablespoon oats
2 teaspoon linseed
2 teaspoon chia-seeds
The morning hours in Spring are the most beautiful moments of the day. Only a few runners take these morning hours seriously as a vital and active start to their busy days. And if you do the same you will fully charge yourself physically and mentally for your day. Plus your breakfast tastes just so much better after your morning workout and loads up your energy levels. Come hell or high water – you are prepared.
A good breakfast should contain some long-chained carbohydrates from natural sources like oats, full-grain bread, fruits or other sources like amaranth, quinoa, millet or buckwheat. Combine it with protein to stay full until lunchtime. Good protein sources are low fat curd, yoghurt, nuts, seeds, soya flakes, eggs or cheese. Unsaturated fatty acids also keep you full und support your metabolism. Use seeds and nuts like chia-seeds, linseed, almonds, hempseed or poppy seed.
"My favourite breakfast which is ready in five minutes and also easy to take away is this «Breakfast Shake». Try it out and enjoy your powerful start!"