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Breakfast Help

I wake up really early in the morning for work and im usually in a giant rush to get in some breakfast, and always end up just eating a ton of cereal. Im worried its ruining my daily carb and calorie intake for the day, and im wondering if anyone can reccomend me maybe some really easy, but healthy breakfasts, possibly even some breakfast replacement shakes or supplement type things. I just know im very limited on time in the morning and need to work on my early diet.
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 07:48:25 (permalink)
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    Oats, boiled eggs, fruit.

    You can make some sort of shake if you like.. with something like whey, milk, oats, peanut butter/flax... some fruit?

    What goes in would depend on your goals and how it fits in with your diet as a whole.

    Try making some protein bars if you'd like.. there are a few good recipes on here.. Bigfella has one, Murphyblew has one, and Wiffers has two kinds.. there are others as well.

    You can always look into getting some pasteurized liquid egg whites and quickly make an omelette or just put them in a shake...


     
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 08:40:21 (permalink)
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    Mate i always start the day with a shake, whey protein is quickest absorbing for the body...take a whey only mrp in morning and some wholemeal tuna sandwhiches prepared the night before to have 1 hr directly after your breakfast whey mrp shake.

    That way you get some solid food in you relatively early aswell, then you dont need to eat for 3 hours = lunch time


     
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 10:06:48 (permalink)
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    Why not wake up and have whey in water immediately - fast release protein
    Then bowl of oats in skimmed milk (porridge) after and maybe a piece of fruit

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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 14:50:33 (permalink)
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    does anyone reccomend using the labrada breakfast protein supplement? Ive been thinking about that one.
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 17:07:11 (permalink)
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    Not really, what is it?


     
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 23:10:43 (permalink)
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    i believe its called labrada lean body breakfast.
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 23:16:07 (permalink)
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    your goals?
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 23:21:22 (permalink)
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    just to get in an overall healthy breakfast without eating too many carbs
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 23:23:49 (permalink)
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    What would be the benefits of the breakfast MRP over oats, skimmed milk and fruit which is, when couple with Whey/water, IMO a good start to the day.
    Surely the MRP is more expensive than the "real" food alternative? and it can't be any quicker. Oats in a microwave takes 1.5 minutes to cook.

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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 23:31:31 (permalink)
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    would you do oats and water in the microwave or with milk instead?
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    RE: Breakfast Help 2006/07/07 23:44:30 (permalink)
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    I get a bag of mornflake oats from morrisons for 80p lasts me a fortnightish saves me fortune and cant take anymore than 3 mins to cook and cools when im in the shower, couple this with a tbsp of honey and Mmm mmm heaven. I also have whey in water immediately on waking up and my other supps Multi-vit and cissus.
    Its simple and easy to follow I and I only get up an hour before I leave the house

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