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Eating Breakfast Could Help You Lose Weight

Why it's the most important meal of the day

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  • I always eat breakfast...which can be anything from a bowl of Special K with low-fat soymilk, to leftover lasagne. to a baked potato topped with salsa! - 4/25/2009 2:48:59 PM
  • I find it very confusing that this article says that waffles and bagels are not good choices while the Healthy breakfast ideas article says to have homemade waffles or a bagel with peanut butter. If those choices lead to over eating you mite as well just skip them. I must admit I have never been a big breakfast eater. I feel that if I do eat a few egg whites or a bowl of cherrios, I am just hungry all day long, compared to when I dont. - 4/17/2009 10:53:22 AM
  • Afraid I wasn't sure if it still counted as 'breakfast' if you eat it at the middle or end of the day?? My home schedule varies so greatly that we often chose it for a meal at anytime. - 4/7/2009 1:46:05 PM
  • I have learned that a high protein breakfast holds me longer than cereal. A couple of fried eggs and 1 serving of Jennie-0 turkey sausage is my favorite. I get my cereal in as an evening snack! Kind of a sweet treat for being good all day! - 3/21/2009 10:31:08 AM
  • And don't forget savory breakfasts like fat free hashbrowns and a stirfry of veggies and tofu or seitan or eggs if you eat them. I don't do well with carby, sweet, cool breakfasts like what is recommended in the article. If I eat that way, I'm starving less than 2 hours later. Give me 4-5 servings of veggies like: spinach, mushrooms, leeks and jalapeno peppers, 1 cup of hashbrowns and about 3 oz of protein and I'm good for 4+ hours. Then I do seem to have a pretty low calorie lunch.
    Also: I exercise in the morning. I exercise pretty intensely most days and eat breakfast AFTER exercising. - 2/8/2009 2:30:25 PM
  • This is a great reminder! My breakfast is usually oatmeal or Fiber One cereal and a piece of fruit, a glass of OJ, coffee, and of course, my water. That always keeps me full until lunch time! - 11/29/2008 1:46:44 PM
  • Great article. Breakfast is my favorite meal, now i have more reason to make time and eat it. - 10/23/2008 2:50:29 PM
  • SERINA59
    I always eat breakfast 7 days a week it increases my matabolisem and stops me eating inbetween meal times. Your artical was very good. - 10/17/2008 5:00:00 AM
  • Great article. - 7/8/2008 11:48:25 PM
  • TWAPANAM
    I work out every morning whether it is tennis or spinning and I do not feel well if I eat something before working out. Usually, after my work out I will come home and have more of a "brunch" type meal...and obviously, I drink a lot of water during my workout and sometimes will have a cup of coffee before working out. The caffine gives me a little "jolt" before working out. - 7/6/2008 12:28:55 PM
  • You know, my daughter just told me that since I have been in this 150 range plateau I have hardly eaten breakfast...so...for the month of June one of my goals is to eat breakfast. - 6/1/2008 9:13:27 AM
  • a quick and easy breakfast I've learned is to make omelettes in boiling water. All you have to do is combine all your omellet ingredients in a small ziploc sandwich baggie and boil in water for 13 minutes. Makes the PERFECT omelette! - 4/6/2008 6:47:29 PM
  • HEALTHQUEST08
    Elizabeth, In Nashville, TN, there is a contest going on that is kind of like the biggest loser, but is all about inside health. We are competing on two teams of women who have been measured on the inside...not weight...and are working out every morning at D1 Sports Training Facility. We really could use some help with our caloric intake and output, as some of the women are working so hard that their bodies are eating their lean mass instead of fat. We are all needing menus to match our caloric needs with our output. Can you give us some ideas fto go for menus that would prepare really, really healthy eating, that would also tell us our calories? Check us out at On The HomeStretch.com - 4/6/2008 10:38:30 AM
  • Yhis article fit right into all the email readings today. No coicidences!! TY. I was never a breakfast eater and when I realized how important it was, I developed celiac disease. I had been eating lots of whole wheat then. lol. So, now it is a challenge to find the right foods for energy. Am motivated by this article to do so. TY - 4/6/2008 5:40:18 AM
  • I have started eating breakfast a week ago when I began this diet. I can't believe how much better I feel throughout the day and how much energy I have. I don't have many cravings anymore. I look forward to an egg and a slice of toast in the morning with a cup of orange juice. - 1/20/2008 9:41:19 PM

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