I make a breakfast burrito with low carb tortilla, scrambled egg, sausage or bacon and cheese. They can be made ahead and frozen for a quick meal.
Most mornings, I eat 3 or 4 home-made italian meatballs, plus some green beans, plus some berries. Maybe a few slices of cheddar cheese. Big breakfasts mean good BS for the rest of the day for me, usually,
Since my mother-in-law got us a Blendtec, I have been having veggie smoothies many mornings.
The first thing is to cook your meals in advance, stick to the same foods but mix them up, it makes it predictable for your body, like Terry said. Here are my go to's:
1. Egg white sandwich. Mix it up with different breads like pumpernickel,sprouted wheat or Ezekel (anywhere from 14-30 carbs) add spinach, avocado,or chili pepper (whatever you like)
2. a brown rice cracker with a tablespoon or two of natural almond butter with a side of berries(blue,black or strawberry).20 carbs
3. Greek yogurt (Oikos Rasberry YUM!)19 carbs
4 natural oatmeal 1/2 cup add what you want. If I am craving chocolate I add 15 dark chocolate chips and 6-12 almonds. 45 carbs for those hungry days.
I'm a vegetarian so I have to pay closer attention with the balance of proteins. I really like Greek yogurt, though. And thankfully, it's supposed to be really good. Doctors can help with information like this, too. It's good to feel reassured. I have been waiting for a better healthcare option for a long time and always thought mobile devices would be the way to go. It looks like the service I have been using, healthtap.com, just expanded into the realm of virtual connections between doctors and patients. All I can say is "Finally!" I have to say that it seems very promising. I will let you know how it goes. Has anyone tried to connect directly with a HealthTap doctor yet?