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terra

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Posted: 05 Sep 2008, 10:01
Does anyone have a solution while on Phase One...breakfast without eggs?? Is it okay to have protein bars?
veggies yuk

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Posted: 05 Sep 2008, 10:24
protein bars are a serious no no...even on phase 2...they should be in an emergency only type of thing...

that said: phase 1 - canadian bacon with a little cheese melted on it wrapped in a lettuce leaf...left over dinners or lunches...v8 low sodium juice...

pan seared tomatoe's with basil and rosemary...

yogurt - reduced fat...

these are just some of your choices...i do not eat eggs or until a month or so ago...alot of veggies...email me if you need more help...
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LeAnn

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Posted: 07 Sep 2008, 08:17
I know there are others who don't like eggs either and unfortunatly that is the staple to breakfast on phase 1. but like veggies said, just mix it up with your other meals. if you don't like eggs then start of your day with a salad, or cheese stick and low fat sausage/bacon. how about celery with laughing cow cheese? just take a look at all the allowed foods and mix it up to find something suitable for breakfast.
good luck! and remember that phase 1 is only for 2 weeks! you can do it!Very Happy
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Posted: 13 Sep 2008, 10:36
As an egg alternative for breakfast, it gets a bit old every day, I have some low fat swiss and Healthy Deli brand ham (carb and fat free) rolled together. Sometimes even some turkey breast. It's a welcome change.
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