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Dr. Wilson’s Breakfast Recipe

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November 14, 2019 | Published by


Today Dr. Wilson brings us his energy-rich, adrenal-friendly breakfast recipe!

“Starting your day with a nutritious, high-energy breakfast is one of the best ways to stay balanced all day long. The breakfasts that seem to provide the most balanced and sustainable energy throughout the morning contain a combination of high quality oil or fat, at least one unrefined carbohydrate and an animal-based protein. Here’s a peek at what I eat for breakfast 3-5 mornings per week.

And remember my adage- eat before 10:00 AM and again before noon to keep your energy at an optimal level. Check out my video on The Adrenal Fatigue Energy Pattern to help you understand the specific dips associated with adrenal fatigue.”

-Dr. James L. Wilson

Dr. Wilson’s Breakfast Recipe

 Preparation time: 10 minutes

Cooking time: 5-7 minutes

Ingredients: Use all organic ingredients when available!

2 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil

1 small to medium potato, diced

1 medium-sized carrot, sliced

1 stick of fresh celery, sliced diagonally

¼- 1/3 red, green yellow or orange pepper, diced

Vegetables on cutting board

3 large or 4 medium mushrooms, sliced thin

1 handful baby spinach

1 thinly cut slice of cabbage (optional)

4-5 Chinese snow peas

6-8 black olives

6-8 green olives

2 oz red meat, cut into ½ inch cubes

1 tbsp gluten-free soy sauce

Sea salt

Lemon pepper

All purpose seasoning

Meat and vegetables cooking in skillet

Directions:

  1. Heat coconut oil on medium heat in a medium skillet until hot, careful not to overheat and smoke the oil.
  2. Add potatoes, carrots and mushrooms
  3. Sauté for 2-3 minutes stirring occasionally until potatoes are translucent
  4. Move vegetables to the side so that ½ of the skillet is bare
  5. Keep bare ½ of skillet on the burner, with the sautéed vegetables on the unheated side
  6. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the part of the skillet over the burner to heat
  7. Add the meat to the heated part of the skillet, searing the cubes for two minutes on each side
  8. Add soy sauce to the meat and center skillet on burner
  9. Add olives and spices to taste and stir well.
  10. Add celery, baby spinach and snow pea pods to skillet and stir.
  11. Remove from burner and let sit for 1-2 minutes to soften celery and snow peas, or serve immediately if you like them crunchy.

Meat and vegetables cooking in skillet


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