What do you eat for breakfast?

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Today we posed the question… What do you eat for breakfast?…Welcoming the Wellness Stars!

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The KSFL Franchisees have clubs throughout the UK and are full of nutritional knowledge… so we thought… let’s SHARE this knowledge!


Screen Shot 2016-01-11 at 09.36.09Sindy Matthews KSFL Banbury

Always kick off the day with a protein rich breakfast and tonnes of greens of a veggie juice. My ideal breakfast is Greens drink as I’m on the run or a stir fry if I have more time!




Screen Shot 2016-03-23 at 13.06.06Helen Barness KSFL Grays

I have a green smoothie with spinach, avocado, cucumber, coconut oil, flaxseed, courgette and broccoli stems. I make it the night before juice then blitz it so I have a nutritious power drink to start my day easily digestible so I absorb the nutrients quickly and easily into my body ready for my workout. Sometimes I have it straight after if working out very early morning. I want all the food I put into my body to have a really positive effect and it you start the day well you should find it easier to stay on track for the rest of the day.

Screen Shot 2016-03-24 at 08.07.36Kelly Reed-Banks KSFL Cambridge

I can not function without breakfast! Always been the case, years ago I was always a cereal & yogurt kinda gal, never understood why I was always starving again around 10am until I started KSFL, now I’m a left over kinda gal from whatever I have eaten the night before, I make extra to have for breakie! I love it, so easy & keeps me full till lunch!

Screen Shot 2016-03-03 at 07.57.05Chris Tuck KSFL West Wickham

I love an egg wrap in the morning. I spread avocado or coconut oil on it followed by a layer of spinach and then either chicken salmon or turkey.

I find this is very filling and sees me through to my next meal, gives me the energy I need to do the school run, walk the dog, teach a class or two and complete my admin.

My top tip get out for a walk or sit out in the fresh air and just be. Listen to the birds and feel the weather on your face!

Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.41.19Andrea Riddoch KSFL Leeds

Has to be eggs- from my girls. 2 boiled eggs with a blob of butter in each and sliced avocado. Sets me up for the day, keeps me full for hours and fires up my brain!


Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.42.17Danni Evans KSFL Ellesmere

I have a coffee on waking with Kick Start Coconut oil in, I then teach and train so my meal 1 is always after training… Can’t train on food, so I’m sitting down now to left over chilli, 2 egg omelette and normally broccoli/asparagus/spinach but haven’t got any in fridge so I’ve got a shot of greens drink.danni


IMG_5068Kelly Ravenscroft KSFL Sutton Coldfield

Smoothie for me, spinach, avocado, cucumber, coconut oil and almond milk! I also have been known to eat left over beef madras (clean of course) from the night before!


Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 08.47.23Paula Thompson KSFL Stockport

I have an intolerance to eggs and I MISS them soooo much. I will have soup, leftovers from the night before, gluten free porridge with seeds, cinnamon, sometimes blueberries in it (try and vary it). I try and rotate my breakfasts as I can be very boring sometimes.

Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.44.13Suzanne Richardson KSFL Kingswinford

I have leftovers, soup. this wk though as on detox I’ve loved bacon, scrambled eggs in coconut oil, mushrooms and tomatoes, missed it sooooooo much


Screen Shot 2016-01-19 at 14.53.53Helen Pybus KSFL Lowestoft

2 teaspoons of organic elixir greens in water followed by 2 scrambled eggs in kerrygold butter. Greens, good fats and protein could not start my day any better with optimum nutrition and keeps the sugar monster at bay – perfect !

Screen Shot 2016-04-01 at 12.17.55Liz Lane KSFL Maidenhead

Eggs, cherry tomatoes and avocado all lightly cooked in coconut oil with some spinach leaves on the side. Or a green smoothie if pushed for time. I teach most mornings and I need to eat before I teach.


Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.47.23Alice Milner KSFL Bath

Eggs!! I like em scrambled best! with a few veggies is good too though wink emoticon if I’m going for it – then a full on English KSFL styli. If I’m out and about usually take a few juices with me! Surprisingly a pea omelette travels pretty well! Others tend to fall about or end up a little too wet for my liking!!! Kedgeree is also a fav is I have the time and/or suitable leftovers in the fridge!
Also like clean pancakes – bit of a weekend number those too!!
Love bit of leftover curry – yes for breakfast!!alice

Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.54.26Jennifer Davidson KSFL Milton Keynes

I had a spinach omelette, plus mango,banana,cinnamon & ginger smoothie, mix with almond milk. J


Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.52.04Jay Banks KSFL Cambridge

I’m a steak and cashew kinda guy





Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.51.46Sarah Jane Walls KSFL Glasgow

My top tip is to get up before the rest of the house, do some stretches – can be Yoga based or not and a couple of min of breathing/meditation to set the interntions of the day. I love a spinach omelette in the morning or I have one of my pre made cold pressed green super juices to set me up for the day.

Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 08.57.05Margaret Cummins KSFL Longford

I had mixed berry and banana omlette with fruit tea today today, I usual have an egg based breakfast often with mushrooms tomatoes and spinach, occasionally pancakes or porridge


Screen Shot 2016-04-13 at 10.23.53Nicola Carless KSFL Bromsgrove

I have breakfast casserole which is made of eggs, minced turkey meat, squash, spring onion and other veg that I may have in such as peppers or mushrooms for example. I add spices to it to add some flavour. It keeps me full for hours which is great as most days I am out early teaching classes and seeing PT clients until mid afternoon…..it keeps me going until I get home around 3pm for my main dinner grin emoticon I make this at the beginning of the week and it gives me 4 good sized servings and on the other days of the week, I have a green smoothie containing spinach, courgette, apple, carrot and avocado mainly.

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Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 07.14.32Heather Pring KSFL West Somerset

I love to eat for breakfast left over stirfry , it’s quick and easy and if I need extra I add some scrambled eggs , for me with 5 children to get out the door and separating sibling dramas it doesn’t matter how late I am running its there , I even have it cold if in a real rush !

Screen Shot 2015-11-11 at 11.43.29Francesca Flin KSFL Orpington

My morning fave  on the run, It keeps me going til I have time for something more substantial later!fran


Screen Shot 2015-12-09 at 09.02.00Lisa Lockwood KSFL Lowestoft

Banana and egg pancakes with a few blueberries. It’s my favourite breakfast.



Screen Shot 2016-04-15 at 09.03.15Sallie Anne Sadles KSFL Norwich

smoothie from veggie book.. cashew nuts, hazelnut milk, a few dried apricots.



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Here is what my online group say they have for breakfast:



I love poached eggs and smoked salmon!! ( with some spinach on the side) I love it as its so quick to do, fills me up and seems pretty decadent!!!!


When I’m allowed it a Banana omelette is a firm favourite!


It’s got to be my green smoothie. Spinach avocado ginger cucumber celery loads of coconut oil it never fails to do the job !


Banana omelette with cinnamon .


Green smoothie with spinach avocado coconut oil & water. If not on detox I add a pear!


Poached eggs with courgette pancakes or banana pancakes with bacon.


Thanks everyone for sharing your favourite go-to KSFL breakfasts!

For more breakfast ideas/ recipes take a look at our selection of recipe books HERE

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Pick up our Kick Start Coconut Oil for cooking your breakfasts HERE

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