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KYLIESCHELLE SparkPoints: (26,853)
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1/5/13 3:03 A

A blueberry pomegranate protein bar (made by Zone).

Edited by: KYLIESCHELLE at: 1/5/2013 (03:04)
LDANELIS Posts: 3,449
1/5/13 1:28 A

I was not a huge fan of breakfast either - I always felt ill afterwards. It took some time, and a bit of conditioning, but I now require breakfast!! My staple is usually a small cup of yogurt (I prefer the Greek yogurt sweetened with honey), or two pieces of rye toast with a bit of peanut butter and sliced banana. Periodically I shake things up with Kashi puffed wheat cereal (prefer the honey flavoured puffed wheat) with sliced banana, or oatmeal. I have also found that switching to soy or almond milk in the mornings has helped.

CASSIOEPIA Posts: 18,077
1/5/13 1:07 A

Oatmeal:

1/3 cup quick cooking oats
1 cup vanilla flavored unsweetened almond milk
1/4 cup dried cherries (or other fruit you like)
2 Tbsp of hemp hearts (seeds, choose some that you like)

Cook together by bringing to a slight boil and then simmer for about three - five minutes, depending on how thick you like it. Sometimes I add a quarter cup of greek yogurt after it has cooked, to give it some added creaminess.

CINDERBEAUTY SparkPoints: (1,795)
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1/4/13 9:02 P

I normally don't eat breakfast in the morning because my stomach can't handle it- but maybe I've been eating the wrong things. Please leave some light breakfast choices, I'll try them all! :)

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