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TOPIC: Good breakfast foods
Created by: lost_j1
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Hello. I traditionally have never been one to eat breakfast, I only have started trying within the last 5 years really. I have read that people who eat breakfast lose..I believe now, going off of memory...20% more consistently than those that skip bfast. The problem with me is, I do not like the smell or taste of most bfast foods...the ones I do are fattening like bacon and eggs...and I simply don't have time. I cannot eat yogurt because I am lactose intolerant and it tears me up..and is quite high calorically I am finding! What I have been doing is eating what we call at my office "lunch for bfast"...a lean cuisine as my bfast. It actually has been working well for me LOL but I am curious, what are the "best" bfast foods for you both health and caloric wise?

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"Breakfast" = breaking the fast. You can make any food into breakfast. Think in terms of protein, whole grains/starch/carbohydrate, fruit, fat, dairy (if you drink milk or eat yogurt). Doesn't have to be cereal or eggs. How about a sandwich & fruit? Or leftovers from the night before?

The key here is jump starting your metabolism & getting fueled for your day.

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I'd second the oatmeal rec - I use the sugar free organic type and make it with almond milk. Add some almonds and organic blueberries to it, and some stevia to sweet it up some.

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Homemade granola bars (foodnetwork) 2cups oats, 1/2 c sunflower, 1 c almonds, 1/2 c wheat germ, 1/2 c honey, 1/4 c brown sugar , died blueberries and cranberries . The recipe didnt call for it but add 1 c of peanut butter.. Next go around going to put a few scoops of protein powder...

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We (almost) always have a toasted slice of Challah bread and a smear of cream cheese under a fried egg and Morning Star sausage patty sauteed in a bit of olive oil, and sugar-free syrup on top. It is delish and about 350-400 calories. If not that, then cereal.

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There are several cold cereals made by Kashi that are high in fiberlow in calories and actually taste good. Our favorites are Honey Sunshine , Autumn Wheat and Go Lean. They can be found in the cereal aisle or the health foods section.

There is also a bread made by Natural Ovens (google it) out of Wisconsin that is excellent. On their site you can locate a local retailer. This bread is free of preservatives so it will not last long on your counter. We keep it frozen and take out a day or two's supply at a time.

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Thank y'all very much!! I appreciate it.


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"Life should be enjoyed, right?"

Absolutely!

Small vices like chocolate or coffee seem trivial in light of the battles people face with drugs, alcohol or smoking. I feel fortunate that virtually all of my cravings can be sated with some dark chocolate and lots of sex!

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"and a hand full of nuts" %===()

Leave it to me to pick THAT out of your entire post. lol

I do cheat with my oatmeal and add a bit of brown sugar or honey and yes, walnuts or almonds. I also limit myself to 2 cups of coffee, no cream or sugar but a splash of hershey's. Yes, I am truly addicted to chocolate. I swear if I cut chocolate out of my diet my six pack abs wouldn't be hidden by that 1/2" layer of blubber!

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Summer is cereal, mostly high fiber and granola with fresh fruit. Bananas, blueberries, raspberries strawberries.

Winter is oatmeal with the same fruits IF I can get them.

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Oatmeal

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