Hunger Busting Tips
Don’t get hangry, get cracking!
Feeling hangry is getting a grip on the nation as 79% of Brits admit to feeling irritable and bad tempered due to hunger, according to research by British Lion eggs. A combination of busy lifestyles and the trend for fasting diets,especially at this time of year mean that Britons are in conflict with their own bodies with more than one in ten people confessing they get hangry every day.
Protein-packed eggs could be the answer to your “HANGER”…visit our recipe page for inspiration on how to stay fuller for longer!
Below nutritionist Cath MacDonald shares her top tips with British Red Lion on how to avoid hunger pangs:
1. Hanger management is better than a hangry cure
2. Stay fully hydrated
3. DO NOT miss breakfast
4. Stay satiated
5. Don’t opt for carbs alone
6. Eat plenty
7. Know your limitations
8. Get enough sleep
9. Avoid pre-packed or processed
10. Hanger is real, so don’t ignore it.
Fuller for longer Recipes
A perfect Lunchbox meal for children and adults a like! A great way to use up left over veggies – you can also make them a little simpler with just cheese and tomato for fussy eaters. Safe in the knowledge that eggs contain every vitamin except Vitamin C, along with lots of nutrients and minerals. Try using our Boost the Roost eggs – which also contain HIGH levels of Selenium and DHA Omega 3.
A delicious meal that is seriously satisfying no matter what time of day you choose to have it. Full of delicious vegetables and spices that go perfectly with a lovely runny egg yolk (or two)!
These vegetarian Egg Muffins from London Paleo Girl, are a perfect go-to-snack to help you feel fuller for longer.
Rhiannon’s top tip for not getting “hangry” is to remember to eat a balanced plate at meal times, the #ReNourish way will ensure you have a fibre and protein rich meal to keep you satisfied for longer.
Rhiannon’s cookbook ReNourish is available to buy now.
Beautiful recipe from Kat Mead
This frittata recipe is packed full of extra vitamins and nutrients, by using our Boost the Roost eggs to get higher levels of selenium and DHA Omega 3 plus vitamin B2, B12 and vitamin D. We have added an extra top of vitamins by using real seaweed also rich in B vitamins.
To celebrate Egg Week, and the theme of Britain’s Favourite Breakfast we’ll be bringing you a new recipe each day. This is one from Kat in the Kitchen is one of our favourites. Kat is a food stylist, food writer and recipe creator.
An art that’s harder to master than you think, here are our tips:
More of a process than a recipe and this can be adapted to use ingredients that you have in your fridge. No rules as such with this one, just loads of great flavour!