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Old 05-30-2010, 06:22 PM   #1
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Hello everyone! I'm sterling & new to 3FC, and the 100 lb club
I have problems with breakfast, I never know what to eat! so I was wondering what everyone in onederland has to start there day?!
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Old 05-30-2010, 06:25 PM   #2
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My normal breakfast is 2 whole eggs with mushrooms and onions cooked with non stick spray along with 1-2 slices (usually just 1) of whole wheat bread with butter.
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mmm! thanks for sharing!
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Almost the same thing every day - a bowl of oatmeal & a sliced banana for 250 calories.

Sometimes on the weekend I'll have some egg whites with whatever veggies I happen to have on hand & a slice of light whole wheat toast.
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mmm! thanks for sharing!
You're welcome

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Old 05-30-2010, 06:35 PM   #6
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I usually have Special K.
Or wheat toast with strawberry jam.
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thank you so much, ladies! you have no idea how much this helps! so excited to be a part of the 100 lb forum!
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Old 05-30-2010, 06:47 PM   #8
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Cottage cheese with cinnamon, sweetener, and wheat bran.

A huge bowl of full-fat (300 grams--over half a pound) is 300 calories for the cottage cheese and another 65 for the wheat bran. It's also a bunch of protein and fiber.
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I have a chocolate banana smoothie made with 1 cup of sugar free Silk milk, 1scoop of Jillian Michael's Chocolate Whey protein powder, 1 banana and 1 tsp of fresh ground flax seed. I'm hoping to gradually raise the amount of flax seed as it's wonderful for your cholesterol and vitamin B. In the past, my breakfast of choice has been steel cuts oats with 1 tsp of Smart Balance, a dash of Splenda and a dash of cinnamon.
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Old 05-30-2010, 07:16 PM   #10
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oatmeal made with skim milk and fresh fruit
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4 oz blueberries, 4 oz plain nonfat yogurt, 0.5 oz ground flaxseed, a little bit of ground ginger. All mixed up.
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Old 05-30-2010, 07:34 PM   #12
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Either about 1/2 cup low-fat yogurt with almonds and craisens (and a banana if I have one) or a half turkey sandwich on whole grain bread or 2 scrambled eggs and a slice of whole grain again. Or leftovers. Pretty much anything that will give me some protein and some fat and some good carbs (but mostly protein and fat in the the morning, that's what I'm really looking for). Oh, and a cup or three of mostly decaf too.
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For whatever reason, it's easier for me to cut calories/fat during lunch and dinner rather than breakfast, so I go for 300 - 400 calorie meals at breakfast, so here is my current lineup:

1 serving very low fat/no sugar cereal (currently Wheatabix for portion control) + 1 tablespoon sunflower seeds + 1 banana + 1/2 cup 2% milk (approx 375, depending on the banana)

1/2 cup NF plain yogurt (I like the "Greek style"/thick kind) + 1 cup canned pinapple with juice + 6T grapnuts + 6 almonds slivered

2 slices WW low cal bread, 4t peanut butter, with sliced bananas on top

1 cup oatmeal with one apple chopped up and 1.5 oz (a regular sized little "snack" box, not the teeny teeny ones) raisins.

1/2 cup quinoa (leftover from dinner previous night), 1 egg (scrambled or sunny side up), 1/2 cup leftover cooked greens (spinach or kale/chard or both)

2 eggs, 1 or 2 pieces of WW low calorie toast, 1/2 cup berries or a small apple.


I used to try to skimp on breakfast, but frankly that really made the rest of the day go to pot. Now if I make sure that I make breakfast have some fat, protein and stack it with fruits and or veggies for whatever reason it seems to really control my cravings and ability to stick it out the rest of the day. I know everyone is different though!
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Lately, I've been having a whole wheat tortilla, almond butter and half a banana. It is soo good and filling. I got the idea from Mandalinn82 (a moderator here).

This morning, I was expecting a big lunch so I had 1/4th a canteloupe.
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Usually a cup of some sort of special K and a cup of milk - around 250 calories. Sometimes I add a banana or sliced strawberries. I need a carb burst in the morning - something like cereal or oatmeal does the trick.
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