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11/6/13 9:07 P

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Yogurt, cheese, milk, smoothies, protein shakes. A piece of toast and a big glass of milk can be very filling.

Remember there's no rule that says what you can and can't eat for breakfast, so anything you usually have for lunch or dinner are perfectly okay.

It doesn't matter how slow you go, as long as you're moving.


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11/2/13 2:41 P

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Bacon? If a picky eater can eat meat, they can usually manage bacon. Cheese? Yogurt, with or without fruit? Sausage (may depend on the sausage)? Tofu? For the last, break it up and cook like scrambled eggs. Since tofu is pretty bland, you'll want to season or otherwise flavor it some way, unless bland is the way your taste runs..

Try investigating non-Euro American breakfasts. The Japanese traditionally eat miso soup. Indians (from the subcontinent) eat spicy beans or lentils.

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11/2/13 10:18 A

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Hi y'all! I'm back at SP after too much time away, but I'm trying to do this the right way this time. I know breakfast is the most important meal of the deal & I wake up starving every day....my problem is I can't eat eggs. It's not an allergy, I just plain can't stand them. I need suggestions for a hearty breakfast where I can skip the eggs. Unfortunately, most of the time that means eating my entire day's allotment of carbs within hours of waking up. I need help! Any thoughts or suggestions????

Heather


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