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    I usually go with 2 cups of shredded wheat and skim milk and a ON whey shake.

    I actually eat oatmeal plain (no cooking) and wash it down with water. It does feel more like a chore than a meal, though.

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    Breakfast burritos!


    While cutting...

    Just to get me started I usually have one box worth of sugar free jello prepared with 2 scoops of unflavored whey.

    Once I've got something in the 'ole tank:

    eggwhite mixture (equivalent to 3 whites)
    4 or 5 ounces of ultra lean top round beef
    1 slice of nonfat cheese
    1 cup of an onion/mushroom/red pepper mixture sauteed in a little beef stock
    2 la tortilla factory green onion flavored low carb low fat whole wheat tortillas
    Some ultra low cal (splenda, liquid smoke, bragg's liquid aminos, tomato paste some tabasco and a few misc spices) barbeque sauce or salsa.

    I pre-cook the beef and veggies so I can get breakfast whipped up quickly. Keeps me full feeling till noon, TONS of protein, tastes great.

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    75g protein shake.
    acouple swigs of olive oil and flaxseed oil.

    then some real food a bit later.
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    The last few weeks, ive been eating 1/2 to 2/3 cups grits (before cooking), two slice non-fat cheese, and 8 egg whites all mixed in together. Got the idea from Coleman.... its good and very nice for a bulk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sage
    The last few weeks, ive been eating 1/2 to 2/3 cups grits (before cooking), two slice non-fat cheese, and 8 egg whites all mixed in together. Got the idea from Coleman.... its good and very nice for a bulk.
    Sage
    You got it from his new dvd ?
    What did you think of his dvd of redemption ?

    I think he used way too much partial reps. About all his press exercises are only partial rom. Do you know why ?
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    I alternate every week because I get bored quickly. Here is my rotation:

    1. The now famous Coleman grits with protein (eggs or turkey sausage) & Cheese
    2. Oatmeal with Whey protein
    3. Homemade breakfast burritos
    4. Blueberry Pancakes with Whey protein
    5. Pop Tarts.....OK, I take time off now & then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunky
    You got it from his new dvd ?
    What did you think of his dvd of redemption ?

    I think he used way too much partial reps. About all his press exercises are only partial rom. Do you know why ?
    I downloaded it from emule, I think the unbelievable video is much better. It seems like 2/3 of the redemption one is him eating and cooking the same two meals over and over.
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    Only few exercises i thought he cut short on the range of motino was the heavier sets of shoulder presses and perhaps his leg presses. I didnt think too much of it since the dude is overloading with the weights. His form i thought was precise most of the shoot.

    I actually enjoyed the times he ate. I found it funny that he kept on saying the one line, "Off season food"..... over and over again.
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    2 scope of protein
    1 cup of milk
    1 cup of oats
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    2 cups egg white liquid. diced jalapeno, ff cheese, fresh salsa/pico, whole wheat tortillas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by julius kelp
    2 cups egg white liquid. diced jalapeno, ff cheese, fresh salsa/pico, whole wheat tortillas.
    Ah hell, that just made me hungry and wanting a breakfast burrito. Problem is, I have no tortillas and cheese, and the closest store is 20 miles away.
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    Bed at 4 AM, up at 7:30AM to get the girlfriend off to work:
    30g Whey Protien

    4 Hour nap, up at 12:
    1 whole egg
    5 egg whites
    1.5 cups oatmeal
    8Oz Grapefruit Juice
    8Oz Water

    Multivitamin
    1000mg Vitamin C
    400IU Vitamin E
    600mg Calcium + D
    600mg Rhodiola Rosea so I dont freak on on anyone at work because I hate my freaking job

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    Julius: Props! Another enlightened member of the breakfast burrito club

    To the rest of you: Damn, how do you all get down enough of that boring tasteless food to grow?
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    This morning I ate:

    1 protein shake
    3 egg whites + 1 whole egg
    Bowl of frosted mini wheats
    1 Glass of V8
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    2 cups of rolled oats w/ raisins, 1 scoop optimum protein, 1.5 cups of milk... i used to eat like 3 whole eggs instead of the protein powder but i have rethought that
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    For me its either a 25g whey protien and 8oz skim milk shake; or 1/2 cup oatmeal with skim milk 1tbl splenda 1/8tsp of pumpkin pie spice. Both if Im trying to bulk, but its tough to get alot down first thing usualy. With the oatmeal I use quick oats.I heat the milk and then put it into the oats and eat. Makes it kind of runny. Much better than gloppy goo!
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    i really cant stand oatmeal either, i put a banna in it and have to choke it down.

    heres my normal breakfast
    6 whole eggs/ scrambled
    5 slices of turkey bacon
    1/2 cup of oats or whole wheat bagle, lightly butterd
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    5 hard boiled eggs, 5 slices of bacon, and an omelette made with Egg Beaters, ham, cheese, and onions. It's only sorta "breakfast" though, I work nights so it's the last thing I eat before I go to bed. And the best part about it is that it's free.
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    Coffee
    Deli turkey sandwich (fatfree mayo lightly spread on toast)
    fruit

    Occassionally.......
    one cup of oatmeal with 1/2 cup raisens added.
    Coffee
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    Hmmm...I work out in the AM so my breakfast is more of an event four days a week.

    6:30-7:00 Cardio
    Coffee
    8:00 1.5 slices whole grain bread 30g carb
    8:00-9:00 Work out
    9:15 PWO shake 85g protein 85g Dex
    10:15 Sliced chicken breast sandwhich on whole grain bread 50g protein 50g carbs

    Breakfast: 135 protein, 165 carb, 7g fat
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    Quote Originally Posted by sage
    Ive never had staight oatmeal in my life. Always end up putting splenda, choc protein powder, a banana in it, or cook it with milk. Cmon, do you all really eat it straight?
    Sage
    I have to use Splenda, cinnamon, and a little drizzle of sugar free low cal syrup. (Not when cutting though)
    If I couldn't get away with that, I couldn't eat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDmaN
    I have a great breakfest IMO...40 grams of whey protien,after 8 hours of no food whey protien is the ticket..I mix that with 4 tablespoons of coconut oil..2 tea bags of green tea(just rip it open and pour it in) 1/2 cup of oatmeal...Raw whole oat's...very important and 1/4 cup of wheat germ,2 whole eggs.....all mixed together...Now that is the way to start your day...
    That sounds pretty good.

    I usually just have a 40g whey protien shake with 8-16oz of skim milk. Then about an hour later I usually eat a PB sandwhich.

    Yours sounds much better. I think I'll try it.
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    how would honey be (all puns intended) in oatmeal? mostly a liver carb-up?
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    I'm surprised at how many people are taking in soooo much fat along with carbs for breakfast. Beelzebub and Madman come to mind for that. Morning is just not a very good time for such heavy amounts of fat. I don't care what kind of fat, 40-50g of fat for breakfast is high no matter what diet your on.
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    Im in... this is bulking breakfast

    3/4 cup of oldfashion oats
    1/2 cup low fat cottage cheeze
    1 whole egg
    3 whites
    cinnamin(sp)
    blend and make a tasty pancake
    slather a tbls of natty PB ontop with
    along with...
    2 cups of skim milk
    1 big cup of coffee
    sometimes an orange
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    If Im working....2 scoops of whey in water, and a handful of mixed nuts. If Im off....2 Muscle Milk pancakes (guy on another site posted it, blueberry n cream is awesome...2 scoops MM, 3 egg whites, 1/3 c. of water) or 8 or 9 eggs.
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    4 egg whites, 2 whole eggs, .25 cup fat free cheddar, 4 slice turkey breast fat free, 1 serving optimum nutrition gold whey, 1 litter of water, 800mg green tea, 1.5 g of fish oil, 2 caps of meltdown.
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    So, do most of you guys put your mil + whey + oatmeal in a blender? I've never tried it... but that would be a great way for me to get a balanced breakfast I suppose.... I just hate eating solids in the morning: I feel sick afterwards.

    I've worked as a manager for a grocery for some time now, and we have Davidson's In-Shell Pasteurized eggs. I throw those into my whey shakes though... someone had a tread on here about non-pasteurized eggs containing avadin (sp?) which had negative effects on your Biotin levels. They come at a premium price, but ask your local grocer to carry them if you are interested. I could get UPC #'s for ya if you'd like.
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    A typical breakfast for me is 2 servings of 7 grain, gluten-free, hot cereal and 4 egg whites & 2 whole eggs scrambled with homemade salsa on top.
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    Usually 3eggwhite/1egg Omlette w/ chopped mushrooms, onions, and peppers. If I'm short on time 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1splenda packet, 1 scoop whey.
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    Right now it's 2 Omega-3 eggs, 1/2 cup of egg beaters and 2 turkey sausage.

    On my upcoming havoc cycle it will be
    2 Omega-3 eggs
    1 cup egg beaters
    2 turkey sausage
    1 whole wheat bagel
    4 tbsp natural peanut butter
    1 serving of oatmeal.

    That's about 1200 cals
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    3 wh0le eggs, baked potato, orange juice n water
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    I made a breakfast the other day where I heated up a 6 oz 95% lean burger I had made the day before and smashed it into a bowl that contained oatmeal, 2 whole eggs, 2 egg whites.

    It was low in bad fat, bad carbs, and ridiculously high in protein
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    Mainly honey nut cheerios and some oj
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    4 whole eggs, bowl of oatmeal with Honey, cinnamon, and splenda, and half of a Grapefruit. Why waste the precious yolks???
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