Or try a plate of smoked salmon, sliced avocado and cherry tomatoes, or even a full English (eggs, bacon and 80 per cent meat sausages with mushrooms).
For something a bit different, try bowls of blackberries with cream cheese sprinkled with crispy bacon, or omelettes (stuffed with feta cheese and olives or spiced up with onion, red pepper, cumin and chilli powder).
Even the teaspoon of sugar in a big dollop of ketchup could be enough, if you’re really sensitive to sugar, to tip you back into a cycle of cravings which could make it extremely difficult for you to stick to the plan.
Without cereal or toast to rely on in the morning, many people worry that a low-carbohydrate breakfast could be a soulless, joyless way to start the day.
Steer clear of anything marked ‘lite’ or ‘low-calorie’ — it will almost certainly be heavily processed and packed with sugar, sweeteners and grain-based bulking agents.
When it comes to breakfast, there’s no deprivation about this plan — in fact, it lends itself perfectly to a great big brunch with family or friends.In the morning, just pop the mug in the microwave for a 60-second blitz.n Blend 75g frozen berries with a large handful of spinach, then add 100ml coconut milk, 1 tbsp Greek yoghurt and 1 tsp nut butter and blitz again.Add a 50g scoop of whey protein powder, 1tbsp coffee granules and ½ tbsp cocoa powder for the final blitz.Alternatively, lift the stone out of half an avocado and pile some of the filling in the dip left behind.The super-trendy wouldn’t be seen with lunch in a Tupperware container any more. The narrow sides allow you to layer salad ingredients, keeping light leaves on top so they don’t get crushed and soggy.