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mort123

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Posted: 28 Sep 2012, 17:13
Am looking for good breakfast selections (low carb) -- anyone got anything for me?? Smile
PeeFat

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Posted: 28 Sep 2012, 21:12
Some type of egg substitute fat free/ cholesterol free plus an assortment of diced up veggies. Veggies never get a chance to go bad in my fridge.
fatoldlady

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Posted: 28 Sep 2012, 21:34
What's wrong with eggs?
bonthronm

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Posted: 28 Sep 2012, 21:45
I was doing egg subs but noticed that its sodium can be high and I seem sometimes to be looking for calories so I will eat really eggs. Somtimes I will dice potatoe,really eggs and slice of low cal cheese and it usually is under 300 cals for breakfast. Smile
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Johanne

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Posted: 28 Sep 2012, 22:11
One real egg every morning is a healthy choice. Cottage Cheese, yogurt, skim milk, meat with the fat trimmed are others.
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seafood_eate...

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Posted: 29 Sep 2012, 08:10
Eggs are a superfood. Go for the free-range if you can, you can literally see the nutrition in the bright orange yokes due to the chicken's diet. I have backyard chickens and it is hard for me to eat an egg from somewhere else.
PS The fat and cholesterol in the eggs are GOOD for you. There is scientific proof for this. If you want a reference, I can provide it. Don't worry about eating as many as you want within your calorie budget.
rockytu

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Posted: 29 Sep 2012, 08:20
i like eggs,meat,veggies and fruit for breakfast.so many combos u can make.i am having boiled eggs wrapped in sausage and baked,melon & strawberries and picante sauce.
ONCE YOU MAKE A DECISION THE UNIVERSE CONSPIRES TO MAKE IT HAPPEN!!
youngsturgeo...

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Posted: 29 Sep 2012, 13:25
MIMs (Muffin in a Minute) are a good, filling choice (made with flax meal). Recipes for these are plentiful on the web and Atkins forums. My son likes when I make flax meal pancakes, topped with butter and sugar free syrup. Eggs are always versatile. I will sometimes cook up ground sausage and onion and add in a dozen eggs and some cheddar cheese for a "casserole" type of breakfast. It's delish!
chrissy mac

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Posted: 03 Oct 2012, 14:00
dozen eggs,with only 6 of the yolks...chopped veggies and lo fat cheese, scramble well, divide into cupcake tins (use non stick tins or pam NOT the paper cups) bake 350 for 20 or so mins. delish!! you can keep them in the fridge for a few days and pop them in the microwave for a few seconds....breakfast for a week!!!!!
thefishofsor...

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Posted: 05 Oct 2012, 08:07
eggs with bacon! you should go primal (see www.marksdailyapple.com). Will change your life!



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