When you’re exhausted and time-crunched in the morning, what’s the first thing to fall victim to the busy?

I’m going to guess it’s your nutrient-dense breakfast, which unfortunately, is just going to make a bad situation worse.

Either you skip breakfast entirely or, out of “hanger,” settle for a sugar-loaded donut or muffin at Starbucks. But as you probably know, that’s only going to lead to low energy, brain fog, lack of focus, and one giant struggle of a day.

If your goal is to operate on all cylinders like a top notch race car and make the most of your day, especially a crazy day, this is not a winning #bosslady strategy!

That’s why breakfast matters. Certain foods have the ability to increase your energy, boost your focus, and enhance your productivity, and support you in doing your best work.

Don’t worry, I’m not asking you to add more time to your already busy schedule by cooking a Paleo breakfast every morning. But instead of swinging by Starbucks to get a coffee and donut, what if you were to stop at your local Whole Foods en route to work? Not only could you grab that all-important morning coffee (which they also have at Whole Foods!), but you could also pick up one of these convenient Paleo grab-and-go breakfast combos!

Whether you eat keto, Whole30, low, moderate, or high carb Paleo, there’s a breakfast combo on this list for you.

So tomorrow morning, take just a few minutes to grab one of these 10 Paleo breakfasts at Whole Foods, eat it in your car or at your office desk, and instead of that mid-morning crash, you’ll set yourself up for a day of steady energy and productivity that will leave you feeling centered, focused, and in control!

 

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10 GRAB AND GO PALEO BREAKFASTS AT WHOLE FOODS

LOW CARB

open container of wild planet pink salmon in a can and a packet of ancient nutrition bone broth protein turmeric above a bottle of mountain valley spring water

Wild Planet Canned Pink Salmon + Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Turmeric Packet + Bottled Water

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 265; Fat: 4g; Protein: 59g; Net Carbs: 0g; Sugar: 0g

VALUES: Paleo, Whole30

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • Buy a bottle of water with about 16 oz of water, add the bone broth protein to the water bottle, and shake to combine for a mobile bone broth protein shake.
  • Grab a plastic fork from the prepared foods section or better yet, use your own To-Go Ware.

 

packet of prosciutto beside hard boiled eggs beside a container of sea snax original seaweed snacks

Proscuitto + Hard Boiled Eggs +  SeaSnax

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 475; Fat: 36g; Protein: 40g; Net Carbs: 2g; Sugar: 0g

VALUES: Paleo, Whole30, Keto

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • No utensils needed – these are all finger foods!

 

primal kitchen macadamia sea salt bar beside a bottle of picnik butter coffee cappuccino

Primal Kitchen Macadamia Sea Salt Bar + Picnik Butter Coffee Cappuccino

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 460; Fat: 35g; Protein: 25g; Net Carbs: 9g; Sugar: 4g

VALUES: Paleo

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • Each of these products come in a variety of flavors so feel free to grab a different one. Just be aware each flavor will change the nutrition facts.

 

MODERATE CARB

two halves of an avocado next to a bag of the new primal beef thins

Avocado + The New Primal Beef Thins Sea Salt

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 334; Fat: 22g; Protein: 16g; Net Carbs: 10g; Sugar: 5g

VALUES: Paleo, Whole30

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • The New Primal Beef Thins also come in a few different flavors. Choosing a different flavor may alter the nutrition facts.
  • Grab a plastic fork or spoon from the prepared foods section to eat the avocado or better yet, use your own To-Go Ware.

 

container of coyo with raspberries beside a container of raspberries beside macadamia nuts

Coyo Yogurt Plain + 1 Pint Raspberries + 1/4 Cup Macadamia Nuts (From Bulk Section)

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 674; Fat: 61g; Protein: 7g; Net Carbs: 10g; Sugar: 12g

VALUES: Paleo

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • If the yogurt cup is too small for all your toppings, grab a disposable bowl or container from the prepared foods section! And don’t forget a plastic spoon (unless you packed your reusable To-Go Ware)

 

 

justins almond butter packet beside bottle of suja uber greens juice beside a packet of diestel turkey

Suja Über Greens Juice + Justin’s Classic Almond Butter + Diestel Fresh Roasted Turkey Breast

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 420; Fat: 20g; Protein: 51g; Net Carbs: 13g; Sugar: 7g

VALUES: Paleo, Whole30

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • No utensils needed, although it couldn’t hurt to grab a couple napkins from the prepared foods section!

 

open can of sardines above a wild plant wild sardines box next to 3 brazil nuts and a container of love beets shredded beets

Wild Planet Wild Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil + Love Beets Sweet and Smoky Shredded Beets + 3 Brazil Nuts (From Bulk Section)

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 344; Fat: 22g; Protein: 19g; Net carbs: 17g; Sugar: 12g

VALUES: Paleo, Whole30

ON-THE-GO TIPS:

  • Combine the sardines and beets or eat them separately
  • If the beets container is too small for all your toppings, grab a disposable bowl or container from the prepared foods section! And don’t forget a plastic fork (unless you packed your reusable To-Go Ware)

 

HIGH CARB

bag of wildway grain free granola next to a container of forager cashew yogurt

3/4 Cup Wildway Grain Free Granola + Forager Dairy-Free Cashewgurt Plain

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 507; Fat: 32g; Protein: 15g; Net Carbs: 42g; Sugar: 26g

VALUES: Paleo

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • If the yogurt cup is too small for all your toppings, grab a disposable bowl or container from the prepared foods section! And don’t forget a plastic spoon (unless you packed your reusable To-Go Ware)
  • If you keep your granola portion to the 3/4 cup recommendation, you’ll have left over granola — perfect for a snack later! Or tomorrow’s breakfast!

 

bison epic bar next to a bluerberry rx bar

Epic Bar Bison + RxBar Blueberry

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 340; Fat: 15g; Protein: 19g; Net Carbs: 27g; Sugar: 21g

VALUES: Paleo, Whole30*

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • Each of these products come in a variety of flavors so feel free to grab a different one. Just be aware each flavor will change the nutrition facts.
  • *For Whole30, some Epic Bars and RxBars are Whole30 approved (the Bison Epic Bar is not Whole30 approved, but the Blueberry RxBar is) so just a little label reading to make this a Whole30 approved breakfast.

 

tanka warrior bar next to a container of guacamole and a bag of banana plantain chips

Plantain Chips (2 Servings) + Guacamole (1/3 Container) + Tanka Warrior Bar

NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 690; Fat: 37g; Protein: 22g; Net Carbs: 58g; Sugar: 12g

VALUES: Paleo

ON-THE-GO TIP:

  • If you keep to the recommended portions, you’ll have left over chips and guac — perfect for a snack later! Or tomorrow’s breakfast!

 

If you enjoyed this article, check out: 23 Paleo Snacks You Should Be Buying at Trader Joe’s

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Ellen Jaworski is a holistic health coach passionate about helping busy, overstressed professionals lose stubborn weight the healthy way via a nutrient dense diet and relaxing self care practices that work with their busy schedule so they can heal their bodies, quiet their minds, and feel their best at the office and in their free time. Ellen also loves to hike, road trip to national parks, cook delicious meals, and is currently doing 200 hours of training to become a member of Explorer Search and Rescue!

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