⏰ You’re halfway there! Set yourself up for success, think ahead before diving into the buffet table. Making healthy choices after a long fast will allow you to not only honor yourself but will ensure you start with a good base and help replenish what you’ve lost. 🙌🏼 Focusing on fiber, protein and healthy fats will allow nutrients and vitamins to be readily available for easier absorption. After all, our digestive system was out of commission up until this point, so it needs a little help.
Here’s a little food for thought: despite appearing like less, flagels actually don’t contain any less calories, carbs, or sugar than their bagel counterparts. They’re truly just flattened bagels—a disheartening fact when you have a fast to break on the horizon. Swapping it for a high-FIBER bagel waffle or high-FIBER crackers will lower the calories, carbs, and sugar that a typical bagel would have, and it’s as perfect for breaking your Yom Kippur fast as it is for any breakfast.
Salmon is a nutrient dense source of lean protein and healthy fat with reasonable amount of calories. A 3-oz serving of salmon is 177 calories with 17g protein, and 11g fat. These nutrients together promote satiety and curb cravings between meals, and because it’s a lean protein, it’s carb free too! Not into fish? G-Factor Cheesy-Egg-white bites can provide you with protein you need.
Looking for something sweet? F-Factor Kugel is a delicious 🤤 way to break the fast... and because it’s made with vanilla 🍨20/20 FIBER/PROTEIN powder (which BTW is #kosher), it’s actually filling too ✅ One serving packs 12g #fiber ‼️
#Recipe available at www.ffactor.com (link in bio). Wishing everyone who is fasting an easy and meaningful fast.... and everyone else a happy and sweet Monday 🤗 ...