If you are someone who has a high level of exercise, you may need to eat three eggs and/or two chicken sausages – increasing your intake of healthy fat is very important for blood sugar regulation and reducing midmorning cravings (see note below). Obviously you don’t have to poach your eggs – if you prefer scrambled or fried, do what works for you.
2 organic free-range eggs per person
1 organic chicken sausage per person
1/2 grapefruit per person
sea salt and fresh cracked pepper
Fill medium (2-3 qt) saucepan 1/2 way with water; bring to boil
In separate pan*, place chicken sausage and small amount of water; cook over medium, turning occasionally, for about 8-9 minutes
Turn heat down to low-medium and crack eggs into water; cook for 2-1/2 minutes; remove eggs from water using a slotted spoon (lift egg out of water – press on yolk to test doneness)
- Season eggs to taste with sea salt, fresh cracked pepper
Serve with slices of organic grapefruit
*NOTE:It’s STRONGLY recommended to NOT use non-stick cookware because toxic carcinogenic (cancer causing) chemicals such as Teflon leech into the food and into your body from eating foods cooked in those pans. So using water, coconut oil, butter and other “high smoke-point” oils such as sunflower, sesame and grape seed oils will prevent or minimize sticking and burning. Soak pan immediately after cooking in wate and clean with a metal ‘scruffy’ scrubber.