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Had oat meal, for ours.

Lyons NY
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Hard boil egg 2 slice of bacon

Ronkonkoma NY
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cinnamon waffles with maple syrup

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eggs....at 3:10 in the afternoon. I sort of got started cleaning and forgot that I hadn't eaten anything.

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Doctor says I'm eating too many eggs. No more than 4 per week. Fuck him, I'll eat some more bacon and a whole lot more beef. Protein.

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2 eggs over easy 2 stripes of bacon ( I would love to have a donut but that would shot this diet in the ass )

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Passing on breakfast. Not feeling well

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2 soft boil eggs ,slice of swiss cheese Nj Ny this low Carb you don't count calories ,I'm doing good and I'm never hunger,and I'm seeing it on the bathroom scale and some of my cloth that were tight on me ,works for me

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inez, my breakfast had 150 calories. i know because i made it and i know what ingredients went in to it.

yours (not counting whatever you added to your coffee) had 290 calories. (hard boiled egg 92 calories swiss cheese 106 calories per slice). could have been slightly higher if the egg was large rather than medium or if the cheese slices were thick as opposed to thin slices.

low carb or no carb--more calories, well--it's just more calories.

and more calories to me? just harder to burn.

the most successful plan (for me, anyway--when i *want* to follow any plan) involves tracking every calorie "in" vs calories expensed through my workouts against a daily calorie "budget."

so thank you again for your good intentions but -- again -- i am perfectly able to formulate and follow successful plans when i want to, without assistance.

:-)

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iced caramel machiatto and a fat pill

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