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    Default What is for breakfast?

    Is it healthy?
    I have natural untoasted muesli.
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    I have porridge.

    1/3 cup (raw) rolled oats.
    1 tbsp LSA
    1 tbsp dried goji berries
    1/4 cup frozen blue berries

    All mixed together + a bit of skim milk.

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    One slice of Soy and Linseed Bread spread with 50g lowfat Ricotta. One medium Banana on top and 2tsp raw honey. Sooo good, im hooked on it.

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    I'm totally not an expert on breakfast - I hate it and have only started eating it since my surgery...

    But an interesting thing I heard in my nutrition class last week - it's actually far healthily to have a different breakfast (and lunch and dinner) each day of the week than it is to have the same breakfast every morning.

    So one morning you have porridge, the next you have some lovely vege fritatta, the next you have poached egg on linseed toast with tomato and avo... etc etc.

    Anyway, just food for thought really.

    BTW, I have no plans to have different breakfast every morning... so I'm not following that advice... because I hate breakfast and now I've found something I will actually stomach in the morning, that is quick and easy, I am sticking with it. lol.

    I think your breakfast sounds healthy enough, though perhaps not enough? Maybe adding some fruit might help?

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    Natural untoasted muesli (rolled oats, seeds, small amount of dried fruit, nuts) with natural yoghurt on top. And a cup of tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I'm totally not an expert on breakfast - I hate it and have only started eating it since my surgery...

    But an interesting thing I heard in my nutrition class last week - it's actually far healthily to have a different breakfast (and lunch and dinner) each day of the week than it is to have the same breakfast every morning.

    So one morning you have porridge, the next you have some lovely vege fritatta, the next you have poached egg on linseed toast with tomato and avo... etc etc.

    Anyway, just food for thought really.

    BTW, I have no plans to have different breakfast every morning... so I'm not following that advice... because I hate breakfast and now I've found something I will actually stomach in the morning, that is quick and easy, I am sticking with it. lol.

    I think your breakfast sounds healthy enough, though perhaps not enough? Maybe adding some fruit might help?
    I can see that mixing it up would be better but eating breakfast is a bit of hard work and getting out the door on work days takes long enough without having to poach or construct something. Good idea on the fruit though.

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    I have leftover dinner, usually vegetables & meat, or soup. Sometimes I have an omlette.

    Sounds weird, but it really seems to agree with me.


 

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