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    Question What Do You Have For Breakfast

    That is filling, but low in fat?






    (emphasis on the filling. No, low in fat.. no, filling... gah, they're both equally important!)

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    Porridge is low GI and will keep you feeling full for a long time. Just avoid pouring brown sugar all over it

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    I have 3 low fat breakfasts that are really filling
    1 rolled oats with banana, prunes, almonds, strawberries and maple sryup.
    2. Fruit with low fat yoghurt, maple sryup, nuts and seeds3. Eggs cooked however I feel on a decent quality bread

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    Poached eggs on burgen bread is very filling, even adding a bit of smoked salmon makes it taste more exotic!

    Baked beans on toast is quite filling too and different from the normal sweet breakfasts

    Oats with fruit on top as well as equal because honey and maple syrup contain quite a lot of calories but depending on whether you have a thing for or against artificial sugars

    Low fat ricotta with banana on toast

    Yoghurt and fruit topped with almonds

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    I have toasted museli with as many different kinds of fruit cut up on top as I have in the house, with milk. Suits me to a tee.

    Have you ever read the book "Eat right for your type?" Different foods suit different people, it's amazing how good you feel when you are eating the correct foods for 'you'

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    Anything high in protien will keep you full for longer.

    Eggs
    youghurt
    are my main ones
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    Protein smoothie. I keep coming back to them. I have protein powder, rice milk and then whatever I feel like - banana, mango, berries, cocoa etc etc. Fills me up for hours. So good for you too!

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    I have a fairly plain muesli (not toasted, and not too much dried fruit) with low fat natural yoghurt. Very yummy, and keeps you full.

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    egg white omelete with tomato and a tiny amount of shredded reduced fat ham and/or mushrooms in it too. on a piece of toast(dark bread) (i dont have the toast as i cant) but plenty of people do... ^_^

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    Mmm some good ideas

    I thought muesli wasn't all that low in fat? Or is that just toasted muesli?


 

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