Why Toast & Cereal Make You Fat - Olly Rees

Why Toast & Cereal Make You Fat

There’s nothing better than a bowl of cereal to start your day.

Coco Pops, Cornflakes or good old-fashioned Weetabix.

But did you know that if you’re spending a long day in the office, this is the exact breakfast you shouldn’t eat?

No this is not some ploy to get you to buy a magic supplement.

But it is a warning that if you consistently eat a big carb-based breakfast in the morning, like porridge, toast, cereal or bagels – you are well on your way to Type II Diabetes, a huge gut, low sex drive and constantly low energy.

(Don’t believe me? Check out the effects of morning carbohydrates on insulin levels, it’s scary.)

Think I’m on a pedestal telling you this?

Think again.

I’m not a Doctor, I’m not a Nutritionist or a Dietitian.

But what I am is a Personal Trainer and Strength & Conditioning Coach that spent 5 years commuting into the city, working behind a desk in the corporate world.

I was like you.

And if you’ve seen my body transformation, you’ll know that I had to stop doing what everyone else in my workplace was doing around me…

Eating a huge carb-based breakfast.

As soon as I switched this up and changed to an alternative way of eating in the morning, I’m glad to say things dramatically changed for the better.

I had more energy…

Less fat…

Less mood swings…

Better concentration when working and writing emails.

In short – my life changed for the better.

I want it to change for you too. I promise you, you can actually wake up every day with a shed load of energy.

Just change your breakfast.

P.s if you don’t want to have to search the internet for hours on end trying to find the ‘perfect diet plan’ then I’ve put together all of the meal plans you need for the rest of August to help you shift some weight, boost your energy levels and start feeling alpha again. You can grab them here: http://ollyrees.com/mealplans

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