Today’s Breakfast: Savory Breakfast Ball Today’s Question: Always Wanting More Food?

What you’ll learn:

  • What goes into a “savory breakfast ball”
  • What to do if you get hungry after a healthy meal
  • Keep the focus on adding foods that are good for you

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18 comments on “UCE: Savory Breakfast Ball
  1. Andrea Haumer says:

    I love Jon’s “stick to the rudder” focus. When our inner voice threatens mutiny….Jon reminds us of the ultimate goal: weight loss paired with mind & physical health. Avoiding guilty feelings and staying on course is Jon’s invaluable advice. And I am listening. One cannot be but impressed by one who has waged these waters and won.
    Thank you Andrea (Vienna).

  2. Anette Gleichmann says:

    Thank you for reminding us about good days and bad days.
    I just had a blueberry smothie for breakfast and I forgot my protein powder. I took some nuts instead.
    Any other advice?
    Thanks for great approach to health and weight loss!!

  3. Jessica Heeren says:


    What I love about Jon is he is always the voice of reason….when my inner voice looses it! Anyway, this sounds great, could you folks post it as a recipe?….or is it already posted somewhere?

    Also, what are pepitas?

    Thanks, Jessica

  4. Margarita Soberon says:

    I love this videos, but you speak too fast, please slow down!

  5. Lori says:

    what is the actual recipe for these breakfast balls? is it listed somewhere else?

    • Janine -Gabriel Method Team says:

      Hi Lori,

      Jon’s video provides a rough base for these breakfast balls. We highly recommend you grab what you have in your kitchen and mix it all together adding more liquid if too dry or more dry ingredients if too wet. Each time Jon makes them they are different quantities and ingredients depending on what he has on hand.

      The Gabriel Method Team

  6. Sharon H says:

    Savory breakfast balls are the best. Now I’m looking forward to using soaked and dehydrated nuts. I’m so new to the GM my rhythm is off now the detox is over. I only started GM October 2 no wonder getting back to a morning routine feels a little foreign. But it is also quite amazing that my entire lifes patterns are being reordered and altered in somany meaningful ways.

    I was talking with a friend about GM, her health is completely broken down but she never had FAT Program but she is just as challenged being locked into ” run or be eaten” . The same principle can work for her health and wellness. The man sitting across from Jon was no more happy locked in his programs. The issues with stress and the triggersthat set his program choices in motion trapped him as much as Jon’s.

    Anyway, we were talking, she was hungry for nutrition information, gut health an probiotic. But as happy as I am with my wellness changes I know very little. I can’t even remember why I but apple cider vinegar in my water.

    So, I look foward to expanding knowledge although for now I am happy to operate with the GM Team out of Trust. So glad to be in the coaching program. Thank you

    • Janine -Gabriel Method Team says:

      Hi Sharon,

      Several studies have found that vinegar may help lower glucose levels. Balancing your blood sugar is important to releasing weight. Through the UCE, there is definitely a ton of information within your membership and also the package that was sent to you. Slowly working through it is a great way to learn more about your body and what it needs in order to transform your life. Keep up the great work!

      The Gabriel Method Team

  7. Stephanie McWilliams says:

    The answer sounds more suited toward nutrient-deficient situations… what about situations where we’re still using sweets or craved-foods as a substitute for emotional scenarios? The advice would be different here, wouldn’t it? What do you suggest in these kinds of situations where it’s replace something else or soothing emotions? THANKS!!!!!!

    • Denaleigh B says:

      Hi Stephanie,
      Try listening to a visualisation first, and then if you still feel like the sweets or other craved foods, allow yourself to have them. Over time listening to visualisations regularly, and once your fat triggers are turned off, the urge to resort to foods to heal emotional stress will diminish.
      Kind regards
      Den -GM Team

  8. Lori says:

    I ditto Lynn and Jacqueline, since your first e-recipe book came out you have a lot of new recipes, I would like to have the new ones written out. Like what holds these savory breakfast balls together?
    I also go several days of eating and doing everything just as I am learning to do and then I feel a craving of sorts for something else, usually something sweet. I will then eat a bunch of fruit usually not unhealthy but still it is sweet and probably plays havoc with my blood sugar. I don’t know where these sweet cravings come from if I am eating all the right things and then boom there they are. ?? any thoughts about this strange sweet craving I am having Jon?

  9. Lynn Geller says:

    I would like the recipes for the wonderful items you show us for breakfast. Will there be a new cookbook which will include these, or where can we get quantities of the ingredients?

  10. Jacqueline Bernauer says:

    Wow this is exactly what I am going through right now. I am eating healthy and then feel like something is missing. If I eat something else then I feel bad, like I have failed.

    I helps me to see that all is not lost. Just keep going and I will succeed! Thank you for this.

    • gabrielmethod says:

      Hi Jacqueline,

      We’re glad that you found the video useful. As Jon says, there are no good days or bad days, just keep going!

      Good luck on your journey, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions along the way.

      Best Regards,
      The Gabriel Method Team