My hotel in Norway really knows how to do breakfast. One my plate is two fried eggs which provide me with choline...that very important micronutrient that is a precursor to methyl groups that are used in epigenetics. I have baked tomatoes with some pesto sauce on my plate. Cooked tomatoes are the best source of lycopene, which inhibits cancer cells from spreading to other organs (metastasis). I have a romaine lettuce salad in order to provide me with my folate, magnesium, and vitamin K1. Magnesium is at the center of a chlorophyll molecule which give plants their green color and is why green vegetables are high in magnesium. I also have some salmon for my omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for neurons to repair damage, and venison for some protein and more B vitamins. I had a shot of berry smoothie for my vitamin C and anthocyanins and a shot of beet juice for more vitamin C and nitrates, which are converted into nitric oxide in the presence of vitamin C. This amazing breakfast fueled me up for the entire day and provided my body with so many micronutrients and other polyphenols.
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