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    What's the best, balanced, breakfast for someone with a hectic training schedule?

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    I'm guessing you have time to cook?

    I love an omelet with 2 eggs 4-5 whites
    Green pepper, turkey sausage with low fat cheese.
    1 packet low sugar oats mixed with 1/2 cup oats

    Or 2 eggs 4 whites
    1c oats
    Oj

    Or substitute oats for a whole wheat bagel with some pb...
    Or kashi whole grain waffles yum..

    Or even oven fry some potatoes in olive oil and scramble the eggs, bell peppers, and sausage for a skillet.....damn I'm hungry ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
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    Breakfast of Champions! No wonder I was so healthy in college!
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    Hi Jwalker,
    Thanks for starting breakfast threat, like to share importance of breakfast here. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as breakfast provides us energy and nutrients for our physical activities so we must have healthy breakfast everyday. Breakfast boost our metabolic system and helps in losing weight. Breakfast lowers cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure and prevent from obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esmonds View Post
    Hi Jwalker,
    Thanks for starting breakfast threat, like to share importance of breakfast here. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as breakfast provides us energy and nutrients for our physical activities so we must have healthy breakfast everyday. Breakfast boost our metabolic system and helps in losing weight. Breakfast lowers cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure and prevent from obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
    Fasting begs to differ ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esmonds View Post
    Hi Jwalker,
    Thanks for starting breakfast threat, like to share importance of breakfast here. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as breakfast provides us energy and nutrients for our physical activities so we must have healthy breakfast everyday. Breakfast boost our metabolic system and helps in losing weight. Breakfast lowers cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure and prevent from obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
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    i hate breakfast, so i never eat it. and i have lived to tell about it, while looking and feeling at my best!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech
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    ive gotten the flu once and the cold twice in the last year. im gonna blame the mcgangbang lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionKnight View Post

    ive gotten the flu once and the cold twice in the last year. im gonna blame the mcgangbang lol
    probably cause you skipped breakfast, haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    probably cause you skipped breakfast, haha
    Do you know where the name comes from? Eat quick and Break fast right out the door-be on your way to start the day.....or Break the fast of not eating all night...
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    Quote Originally Posted by De Courcy View Post

    Do you know where the name comes from? Eat quick and Break fast right out the door-be on your way to start the day.....or Break the fast of not eating all night...
    yes i know the meaning of breaking fast, whats your point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    yes i know the meaning of breaking fast, whats your point.
    You sir are ahead of the curve, in a poll of British vs Americans most Brits had your take the correct one. Majority of Americans just the opposite. The term did originate in England so I think we should be cut a little slack in not being "up to snuff" if I could borrow yet another British phrase.
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    In my veiw i well balanced meal in the morning would be 2-3whole eggs/2-3whites,1 1/2c cooked oats,a piece of fruit and some almonds or walnuts or low fat cheese.
    I myself usally eat this for breakfast/post workout meal.
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    2 scoops of whey,1 banana,spoon of pb,oatmeal, and ice=
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    yes i know the meaning of breaking fast.
    In a way this is a rather surreptitious way of putting it, as breaking fast out the door still works here, very Clintonesque of you, not sure he could have managed better.
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