breakfast anyone?

Curious to know what yall eat for breakfast…Trying to avoid sugary crap as well as a lot of dairy so….more fruit? Need some kind of meal to kick my day off with my supplements!! Anyway, any good ideas?

appreciate it!


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  1. Eggs hormone free often called ‘free range eggs’ are what you are looking for my friend. Make yourself an omelet and have sautΓ©ed white mushrooms, grated real cheese, green onions chopped, salsa with chopped tomatoes, cilantro, and if you like ham, little bits of ham that have been fried to a golden finish stuffed inside of the finished omelet.


    Scrambled eggs topped with real cheese that has been grated folded into a fresh warm tortilla that is free of hydrogenated fats, and topped with a really good salsa.


    Oatmeal, if you can eat oatmeal, topped with frozen blueberries and light whipped cream and soy milk.


    If you are brave and will try it, make your own waffles or pancakes from a recipe that contains soya flour, oat flour and a little whole wheat flour. top these yummy pancakes with canned blueberry pie mix and whipped cream. O’ my goodness this is supper good. I have made these many times and I have made them for Morning Company. Super, super!


    Leftovers from the night before, heated in the microwave if you are in a hurry to get to work will work really well. All are super yummy.

    y’all will have to take a digestive supplement with any of these good combinations that contain any wheat if you have a problem with wheat. As for the fruit, well, that can be a problem if you are still growing but you will have to be the judge of weither or not fruit is a problem for you. Often just a little fruit will not cause any problem. It is when you eat a lot of fruit at one time when you run into a problem. Moderation is the key word here with fruit.

    Bon appetite my friend,

  2. Alex,
    Do you eat lumpy oatmeal all plain and without taste or do you jazz up your oatmeal with some sort of liquid and a juicy fruit something or some other sort of goodie?????

  3. just prepare some poridge totally plain with nothing added (maybe a pinch of salt).You know what they say,non tasteful food is the best for your health πŸ˜‰

  4. Solo… Those all sound delicious. Being a vegetarian with acne, it’s sometimes hard for me to come up with things to eat… I’ve just been having a yogurt or something for breakfast lately, but those really gave me some more ideas…! πŸ˜€

  5. thank you very much solo….maybe breakfast will reign once again as an important meal for me!

  6. Fruit and Nut mixes like toasted almonds and a banana or some raisins.

    How about a slice of rice bread? You could put some natural peanut butter on it, if you like peanuts…or some lite cream cheese. Dont assume all dairy is bad, just reduce it from your diet.

    Rice cakes are good too. Put some fruit jelly on it or some honey butter.

    Sometimes I like a fruit smoothie I make with pieces of fruit like apple, pear, orange or banana and then add some juice, apple or orange for instance, and then some ice and mix in a blender. Occasionally I stir in some milled flaxseed, which has a nutty flavor.

    If I eat oatmeal I like it with a little milk (soy, rice or almond milk is good substitute for cow milk) and then a little honey and even some cinnamon.

    Try it, you might like it.

    RK :mrgreen

  7. I normally have oatmeal with soya milk and some fruit on top,at the moment strawberries or blueberries πŸ™‚

  8. Wow, I’m not the only oatmeal aficianado! I have oatmeal with some brown sugar, a mashed up banana, and flaxseed oil. My friends and family are grossed out when they see me make it, but I love it!

    Solomio, the pancakes you mentioned sound awesome! I will have to try that some time. Although I think I might be hard pressed to find a recipe like the one you mentioned – I’ve always made them from the ready-mix powder.

  9. Scotts Porridge Oats are fab…very filling.

    You can also roll smoked salmon up with cream cheese and eat it with some cucumber drizzled with olive oil, salt, and pepper…



  10. You can also roll smoked salmon up with cream cheese and eat it with some cucumber drizzled with olive oil, salt, and pepper…

    Thats too much preparation for males πŸ˜›

  11. It’s actually a lot for me too–I’m not even in my body until I have my injection of hot coffee–so I make stuff the night before. When you’ve got a hungry baby in one arm, there’s not time for much else other than reaching into the fridge and grabbing whatever your paw lands on, to tell the truth…! :crazyeyes


  12. Yep..all mothers are working mothers.

    How are things over in Cyprus?


  13. some are some are not πŸ˜›

    Families in cyprus are pretty much wealthy so women dont need to work.Cyprus is a very wealthy country in relation with the number of people living on it,something like the luxemburg of the mediterranean,so most of women willl have a job until 25-30 years old or until they get married πŸ˜›

  14. So they get married and end their careers and become baby mills? Sorry, that offends every part of the feminist that lives within me. Are they frowned upon if they go back to work after they have kids??


  15. some of em get a job but really it isnt anything like that they want to work but men dictate them not to,its their choice..

    I would be happy sitting all day πŸ˜›

  16. Some breakfast ideas on the Maker’s Diet (see the website ):

    goat milk yogurt with fruit (like blueberries), add flax seed oil and raw honey. I also add Garden Of Life’s Goatein powder (goat milk protein powder). Have with manna bread (it’s a sprouted flourless yeast-free loaf).

    Omega-3 organic eggs, poached or soft-boiled over Ezekiel bread (sprouted grain bread) with some fruit and Alta Dena raw goat cheese.

    Other breakfast ideas not on that diet:

    Smoothie: soy or rice milk, banana, other fresh or frozen fruit (strawberries, blueberries, peaches, e.g.), ground flax seeds, almonds (raw, pre-soaked overnight in water to soften).

    Oatmeal with soy or rice milk and ground flax seeds, real maple syrup or raw honey.

    Other hot cereals: buckwheat or amaranth, e.g. Amaranth flakes are good: add vanilla, cinnamon, butter (I use goat milk butter) or extra virgin coconut oil — serve with maple syrup or raw honey.

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