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CJAC24 Posts: 195
7/15/10 3:24 P

I think it depends on how much you eat. I like my Kashi cereal as much as oatmeal.

But I know what you mean, I noticed this when I had a turkey burger instead of a regualar cheeseburger...huge difference.

RONIREDD Posts: 934
7/15/10 3:10 P

I just have to say that I LOVE McDonald's oatmeal. I look forward to it every morning and it fills me up!

JENLIND SparkPoints: (31,893)
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7/15/10 3:01 P

Oatmeal is one of my go-to breakfasts. It is easy and quick to make, filling and low in calories. I use regular oats and zap them for 2 minutes in the microwave. Regular oats are much more filling to me than instant.

RENA1965 Posts: 17,878
7/15/10 2:28 P

making soups from the base up with give many people their aha moment to get in the kitchen and save on salt..

a plate of lowfat natural yogurt with unsweetned cocoa and sweetner can taste like eating a heavy sugar chocolate pudding..

making salad dressing from lowfat natural yogurt adding spices and herbs can remove alot of saturated fat..

WHELMROZ SparkPoints: (3,076)
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7/15/10 11:41 A

I compared my breakfast from yesterday to today and the difference is about 400 calories! It's as simple as eating oatmeal instead of cereal. Wow.

Anyone else find meals from one day to the next that seem much lower in calories or fat?

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