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9/28/10 11:59 A

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I'll have to try that with blueberries or raspberries sometime.

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9/28/10 9:36 A

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That sounds rather delicious - I'll have to give it a try sometime!

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9/28/10 9:25 A

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This morning, I had 2 slices of Ezekiel bread with 2 tbsp of organic peanut butter and strawberries on top. Tastes a whole lot better than jelly, in my honest opinion.
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BELROSA's Photo BELROSA Posts: 697
9/28/10 2:00 A

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I've recently switched to a protein smoothie with a raw egg in it (and some psyllium, cinnamon, LSA and green tea powder) as I got sick of eating cooked eggs.

I'm finding this works very well and fills me up until lunchtime.

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9/27/10 9:21 P

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I usually have Stonyfield brand yogurt and some sort of fruit, but lately I've been out of yogurt, so eating 1 cup of cheerios, 6oz skim milk and a piece of fruit.

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9/27/10 10:14 A

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My staple breakfast is usually Oikos plain yogurt with frozen berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries) and 2 tbsp of ground flaxseed. It might not sound like much but it actually fills me up for a few hours.
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MUSLIMAH_AK's Photo MUSLIMAH_AK Posts: 406
9/5/10 2:52 A

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I either eat 3 fried eggs or sauteed onions w/3 scrambed eggs with 1/2 grapefruit or a tomato, ezekiel bread with butter and tea with milk.

when i don't, I eat way more otherwise.

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8/31/10 11:38 A

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I love to drink my muscle milk!

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6/10/10 3:23 A

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There's very little protein in either the muffin or the peanut butter. I suppose your body has more of a chance to burn the carbs off through exercise throughout the day. I find if I have a predominantly protein based breakfast, I'm more inclined to be good for the rest of the day (food choice-wise) as I've started the day well. I'm rarely hungry in the morning, it's more a matter of shovelling something in to kickstart my metabolism, so eating something ultra healthy is easy.

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6/8/10 11:33 A

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Well, The Peanut Butter has protein. The muffin has a little, too. Plus, your body handles carbs better in the morning... and for me, at least, this breakfast keeps me satisfied just as long as eggs do, only I can't tolerate eggs a lot of mornings, so it's more realistic for me.
Lately, though, I've just been eating cottage cheese for breakfast. I need to get back on track preparing more food for myself, but I've been having too much fun! :)





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BELROSA's Photo BELROSA Posts: 697
6/7/10 5:20 A

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Yum! What about protein though?

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6/1/10 5:15 P

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My Favorite Breakfast... until I burn myself out on it... is High Fiber English Muffin, Toasted, with natural peanut butter and fresh strawberries sliced on top.
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3/17/10 7:09 P

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I usually have a bowl of oatmeal, and a 5.3-oz. single serving container of fat free Greek yogurt.

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1/5/10 9:49 P

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My usual breakfast is 1/2 cup of Stonyfield Farm Organic Fat Free French Vanilla yogurt with lots of cinnamon sprinkled in. Then I have some fruit with it. I try to keep this around the typical serving size of whatever fruit it is. Lately it's been oranges and grapefruit (in season), but I've been doing more than the serving size since they're SO yummy - and usually bigger. Then I add a hard boiled egg for protein.

I eat around 6:45 and it lasts until I can get lunch around 1 or a little after. I drink LOTS of water in-beteen though too. *I already know that you should eat every 4-5 hours...But I don't*

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1/5/10 7:16 P

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I tend to have one of two thinks for breakfast

1 = 20oz of skim or 1% milk with a packet of Carnations Breakfast

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2 = 4oz skim or 1% milk over a serving of frosted flakes

I got for the carnations if I'm on the go and the frosted flakes if i'm going to be around home for a while, both give me what I need till its time for another meal (as in I can go from breakfast till dinner time on either of them without snacking if needed).

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1/4/10 3:52 A

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What do we all eat for breakfast? What do we find works best? Does one particular breakfast combination give you more energy throughout the day?

To get the ball rolling I usually eat:

2 poached or scrambled or fried eggs. Sometimes I have half a piece of organic rye toast or something else with about 7.5 grams of carbohydrate in it, but often now I just have the eggs. I usually feel good with this breakfast, it doesn't make me feel sleepy like cereals do and it keeps me full until late morning.

I've also been sometimes having a cereal called Protein 1st by goodness superfoods. It contains BARLEYmax(R)a grain developed by the CSIRO in Australia to have a GI of 50 instead of 77 as does regular Barley. As a clinical nutritionist I read the labels on foods very carefully and this is one of only 2 commercial cereals which I consider acceptable nutritionally, for me.

I definitely feel better when I have a protein based breakfast and very little carbs.

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