Have A Great Breakfast for a Productive Day
Get the nutrients you need to get started for a successful day.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
It gives you the fuel your body needs to get started. (OptiMind can give you an extra boost too)
Some of the world’s most successful people include a great breakfast in their daily routine.
So here are what three incredible people eat every day. Take a hint from them, and find a great breakfast to kickstart your life, every day.
1. Sir Richard Branson.
Every day before he gets started revolutionizing industries from record sales to air travel, Richard Branson sits down with a fruit salad and muesli (which is pretty much granola). That’s a healthy, light breakfast with all of the carbs and nutrients you need to get started.
2. John Mackey
It probably isn’t a surprise that the founder of Whole Foods eats a super healthy breakfast, but John Mackey starts each day with a smoothie made from almond, oat, rice, or soy milk, fresh fruit, and kale or spinach leaves. That combination of ingredients has all of the calories you need to start your day, with plenty ofvitamins to keep you going.
3. Justin Timberlake
Imagine being Justin Timberlake. You’re recognized everywhere you go. You’re a star of both movies and pop music. How do you make it through every day? Well he’d tell you that it starts with waffles with flax, almond butter, and a scrambled egg. Then he follows that up with a workout and either a smoothie or another egg. It sounds like a lot, but if you’re as busy as JT, you’re going to need it.
So what’s the fuel that gets your morning started?
Make sure it’s healthy, simple, and works for you, and then you’re using the same playbook as some of the most successful people on Earth.
Cheers To Your Success!
P.S. Breakfast isn’t the only thing that can get your morning started right. The ingredients in OptiMind, which you should take with water when you wake up, can help boost your focus and energy so you can set the tone of your day from the moment you get started.