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The Breakfast Struggle is Real

Monday, August 01, 2011

Oh, breakfast. The most important meal of the day. I am an irregular breakfast eater and as a result, I sometimes suffer from low energy during the day. The main problem is that when I wake up I have no appetite and even if I am hungry, I do not want to eat (I know it doesn't make sense but it happens).

I need to switch things up a little or do some preparation the night before. Make it more interesting. Eating breakfast regularly will also help me in my weight loss journey and it is one of my goals.

Anyways, here's to eating breakfast EVERY DAY! :)

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  • LMJD87
    Thanks for the advice and good works. I will try the yogurt and fruit. I have almost had it with oatmeal. I try to make it and it comes out less than spectacular. I have been more regular during the past week but I will make an effort to switch it up more often to keep inspiring myself. Thanks again :).
    2813 days ago
    i know what u mean. do u like yogurt? u could try a single serving yogurt cup with some oatmeal/ almonds sprinkled on it. but make sure to bring a healthy snack with you to work, when I eat breakfast it kickstarts my metabolism or something for the day and i never can make it till lunchtime. I get up at 6 have something and by 10 i am starving so i have a little snack like celery and peanubutter and then im hungry again by lunch at 1. i think just trying to grab something (healthy of course!) before you get out the door in the a.m. and then having healthy snacks on hand is a good habit to works towards:)
    2819 days ago
    I know how you feel. I never ate breakfast until I started on SP. Now I eat breakfast everyday. I started out with a piece a fruit and then worked up to oatmeal or cereal. Try eating something small to just get use to the idea of eating. You can also try waiting about 30 min after you get up to eat. Hope this helps! emoticon
    2819 days ago
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