what's your go to breakfast on days when you don't feel like making anything, but still want to be healthy?
if it's cereal, what works for you? everything i've tried shoots me up for a couple hours and then I crash.
You know what I eat just about every morning, and I love it, it keeps me full for a long time, its just that I make sure about 3 hours later I eat a snack just to keep my sugar level good. But I really am not hungry. I eat a bowl of instant original oatmeal. It has a heart on the front. I believe its quaker. I add several packs of splenda, some fresh blueberries, some ground up walnuts, that you buy that way. I add boiling water. It is delicious to me. I then eat a boiled egg. Try it I think you will love it. Becky
I'm not much help. This is exactly what I eat most mornings. When I'm in a real rush and don't really feel like Breakfast. I blend together a Slimfast with 1% milk + Banana. The banana makes it higher in carbs, but this works for me if I won't be eating until lunch.
I love eggs so I pan scramble them w/ onion, fresh green peppers, sometimes a little ham. I can do this relatively quickly while making the coffee. I consider it 6gm CHO and get plenty of good antioxidants and flavor. We feed our chickens flax, purslane and lots of fresh grass/bugs! I am assuming they are high in omega-6 fats and I eat them every day:) Breakfast used to be CHO, CHO, CHO for me! I loved bagels, cereal, dairy, etc. Life has changed and for the better...I have lost weight and BGs are much more stable. Curious to see what my lipid panel is like at 6 months.
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