Always Feeling Bloated? 3 Breakfast Recipes To Speed Up Slow Metabolism

Always Feeling Bloated? 3 Breakfast Recipes To Speed Up Slow Metabolism

Do you often feel tight or swollen in the abdomen? These are a few signs of being bloated. Whether you are menstruating or suffering from IBS, bloating can become a hindrance in your everyday life.

There is nothing to make your day unpleasant other than feeling bloated. Feeling bloated can be attributed to having a slow metabolism. Metabolism is a complex process your body goes through to convert everything you eat into energy. And sluggish metabolism can make your everyday life difficult.

While some lifestyle changes are necessary to get your metabolism back on track, you can also boost your metabolism with dietary changes. Because of a busy schedule, many of us choose to skip breakfast. But this practice can be detrimental to your metabolism. Eating breakfast plays a key role in jump-starting your body and encouraging it to burn more calories.

The good news is that you can keep bloating in check! We’re glad to share some recipes for speeding up metabolism and getting bloating under control. Even if you are a packed schedule, you can easily make these recipes every morning.

Green Banana Smoothie (Serves 1)
If you are a busy professional looking for a breakfast option that won’t take up too much time, this one’s for you!

2 frozen Bananas
1 tsp Matcha
1 cup Spinach
¾ cup water or milk of choice
½ tbsp maple syrup (optional)


Put everything in a blender and blend until smooth. Add more liquid to adjust the consistency if required.

Overnight Golden Oats (Serves 2)

Oats is one of the most affordable breakfast options that will keep you full for a long time. Combined with the goodness of Turmeric, this overnight oats recipe will give your metabolism the boost it needs.

1 cup Rolled Oats
2 cup milk
⅓ tsp Turmeric
⅛ tsp Vanilla Essence
1 tsp Agave Nectar (or any sweetener of choice)


Put milk in a medium-sized mason jar. Add turmeric, vanilla essence, agave nectar and whisk until smooth.
Add oats, thoroughly mix with a spoon and close the jar.
Place the jar in the refrigerator overnight.
Next morning, take out the jar and enjoy with preferred toppings like nuts or fresh fruits.

Veggie Frittata (Serves 2)

For Sunday mornings when you have a little extra time on your hands, prepare this delightful frittata that’s scrumptious yet healthy.

4 Eggs
2 cups Spinach, packed
1 cup Shiitake Mushrooms, sliced
2 tbsp milk
½ cup Cheddar Cheese (optional)
¼ tsp Turmeric
1 tsp Paprika
⅓ tsp Garlic Powder
Olive Oil


Preheat the oven to 180 °C. Prepare a suitable baking dish by coating the bottom and sides with a light layer of olive oil.
In a large bowl, crack eggs and whisk thoroughly with milk, seasonings and cheese.
Put a splash of olive oil in a skilled place over medium heat. Once the oil heats up, add spinach and mushroom. Cook till soft and browned. Season with salt and pepper
Add cooked spinach and mushroom into the whisked eggs. Pour the mixture into the prepared baking dish and bake for 20-25 minutes.
Let it cool for at least 5 minutes. Cut up pieces and serve with a side of buttered toast.

In Conclusion

Eating breakfast every morning sends your body a message to start burning calories instead of conserving energy. So the next time you think about skipping breakfast, think again!