Do you like to start your day with a light breakfast? This Yoghurt Bowl with Collagen and Berries is packed with vitamins and essential nutrients for glowing skin and healthy joints. An easy low carb breakfast that is ready in just 5 minutes.
Today I’m bringing you some inspiration for Mother’s Day! Mix your mom’s or partner’s favorite (plant-based) yoghurt with a bag of Physalis collagen pro and serve it with fresh fruit and mixed nuts/seeds, or a few spoonfuls of keto granola.
The Physalis collagen pro sticks contain a mixture of easy-to-absorb marine collagen, vitamin C and hyaluronic acid.
Never heard of hyaluronic acid? It’s widely used in the wellness and beauty industry thanks to its powerful effect on skin health, reducing the depth and size of wrinkles and improving skin smoothness and elasticity. You’ll find it in beauty creams, and it is also injected as a non-toxic alternative to botox. Doctors use it to treat arthritis as well because of its anti-inflammatory effect.
I was curious to test the collagen pro sticks with hyaluronic acid! The flavor is neutral, and the powder has a white color, so you don’t notice it in the yoghurt – a big plus.
The marine collagen also helps you to feel satisfied longer and stabilize your blood sugar level, which in turn helps to reduce sugar cravings and keep your energy stable throughout the day – another big plus.
If you like to exercise, the marine collagen comes in useful too since it’s high in glycine which helps to increase muscle mass, keep your joints healthy, and recover quicker.
Do you often find yourself skipping breakfast because you simply don’t have the time? This Yoghurt Bowl with Collagen is ready in less than 5 minutes, and you can easily take it with you on the go to work or school.
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Easy Low Carb Breakfast: Yoghurt Bowl with Collagen and Berries
- Stir the collagen pro stick into the yoghurt.
- Serve with strawberries or other fruit of your choice, and keto granola or mixed nuts/seeds.
JULIE’S TIPS & TRICKS:
- You could also use unsweetened kefir instead of yoghurt. I prefer a dairy free alternative made from coconut as a vegan yogurt.
- Big appetite? Add a spoonful of ALL GOOD MCT oil to your yoghurt bowl. It will keep you satisfied for longer, reduce cravings and support your fat-burning metabolism.
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Nutritional value (per person = full serving, with unsweetened vegan coconut yogurt)
Carbohydrates 13.8 g, Protein 9.3 g, Fats 41.8 g, Calories 469.6 kcal
Nutritional value (per person = full serving, with unsweetened Greek yoghurt)
Carbohydrates 15.9 g, Protein 13.6 g, Fats 30.6 g, Calories 392.9 kcal