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What to eat

What would be some good meal/food choices for breakfast. I am usually at a loss as to what would be good for me to eat in the morning that would not be loaded in fat or anything else I do not need. Like doughnuts, IHOP, etc.
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i like an egg beater omlet with chicken/mushrooms/olives cooked with out butter of course. Smother it in pepper and ketchup.. yummy!

sometimes ill eat "low sugar" frosted flakes (i know, I know.. but at least it has 70% less sugar than regular) and drink a protien shake. usually knock down an apple or banana too. Super fast and easy. not perfect, but its ok

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I'll either have an apple and a protein shake, or oatmeal with protein powder mixed in.

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oatmeal with protein powder mixed in.
don't forget the splenda.
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oatmeal and eggs is always good.
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I eat oatmeal every morning and then try and eat a boiled egg or two a couple of hours later.

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I'll either have an apple and a protein shake, or oatmeal with protein powder mixed in.
are you guys having the protein shakes or adding protein powder to oatmeal because you are lifting weights or for another reason?
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any when you say you are eating oatmeal...you talking about the regular, old fashioned oatmeal. Not the flavored stuff??
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yes, protien for building muscle.

PLAIN JANE 100% whole wheat outmeal. tastest like ass tho. I dont eat it.


Low sugar Cinimon toast crunch only has abotu 4g of suger, and its whole wheat(so it says anyway)..

sometimes ill hit up a 100% whole weat bagle, toast etc. depends what I am up do.

if I am not working out, I will push breakfast as late as possible sometimes so that I dont even eat breakfast. Anyday I am working out i never miss breakfast, I need the energy!

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you need to eat something for breakfast to stop the catabolism ASAP.

Non-workout days I eat that nasty oatmeal with something to sweeten it a bit so I can stand it (sugar substitute, occassionally real sugar ), and drink a protein shake with creatine in there (2 scoops of Optimum Nutrition 100%Whey Protein, water and one scoop of ON's Preload Creatine).

Workout days I do the same thing but a protein drink with just skim milk and 2 scoops of Optimum Nutrition 100%Whey Protein and no creatine.... I save the creatine for that day until just after workout.

I will sometimes go with Frosted mini-wheats instead of oatmeal. I'm not cutting at the moment.

I am not super picky about what I eat for breakfast as long as it gives me the protein I need and isn't loaded with fat. I think I need to eat more though because I am usually starving again in 2 hours!

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thats my problem- unless i eat a BIG breakfast I am STARVING soon after.

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1/2 c. of egg beaters with some low fat cheese, a banana and a clementine is what I have been eating. I've been trying to eat 4 times a day to keep my metabolism going.
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thats my problem- unless i eat a BIG breakfast I am STARVING soon after.
I foud that if you start chugging water within an hour after breakfast it will get you through pretty good.

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