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    Default healthy breakfast

    we all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day? do you have any suggestions for a healthy breakfast meal?

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    Does anyone have any ideas for a quick, filling, low calorie breakfast? Also does anyone have any recipes for a healthy fruit parfait or breakfast muffins? Thankyou .

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    If you like oatmeal, I enjoy this: Skinny Weight Watcher Recipes – Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes: Avena - Healthy Oatmeal Shake

    Hot cereals in general are good for breakfast. Add a few nuts and some fruit and you're good to go.

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    I always prepare oatmeal for breakfast. It's good to eat fruits in the morning also.

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    I also eat oatmeal for breakfast with protein powder. Keeps me going until morning break.

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    Healthy breakfast meal for me is cereal with dried fruits and milk. It already has go, grow & glow. Beside, it is nutritious.

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    ven though you know a healthy breakfast has many benefits, you may not be sure what exactly counts as a healthy breakfast.

    Here's what forms the core of a healthy breakfast:
    Whole grains. Options include whole-grain rolls, bagels, hot or cold whole-grain cereals, low-fat bran muffins, crackers, or melba toast.
    Low-fat protein. Options include hard-boiled eggs, peanut butter, lean slices of meat and poultry, or fish, such as water-packed tuna or slices of salmon.
    Low-fat dairy. Options include skim milk, low-fat yogurt and low-fat cheeses, such as cottage and natural cheeses.
    Fruits and vegetables. Options include fresh fruits and vegetables or 100 percent juice beverages without added sugar.

    Together, these core groups provide complex carbohydrates, fiber, protein and a small amount of fat — a combination that packs big health benefits and that also can leave you feeling full for hours.

    Try to choose one or two options from each category to round out a healthy breakfast.

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    A pretty good breakfast dishes.

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    ya cornflake, one glass of juice anddan apple

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    I eat oatmeal for breakfast. It's also good to eat fruits in the morning.

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    Hot cereals in general are good for breakfast.

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    I eat oatmeal healthy breakfast

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    I eat daily healthy breakfast

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    I guess oatmeal with milk is a good and healthy way to start your day...

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    The breakfast should contain light food like sandwich, bread jam,etc.

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    Hmmm..... Healthy breakfast? I guess, I can suggest also the Oatmeal, cornflakes or fruits. It is the best and healthy one.

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    You should add these thing for tthe healthy Breakfast
    Whole grains like
    Rolls, bagels, cereals, low fat bran muffins, crackers, or Melba toast.
    Low fat protein such as peanut butter, lean meat, poultry or fish, or boiled eggs.
    Dairy like milk, yogurt and low-fat cheeses, such as cottage and natural cheeses.
    This breakfast will provide you complex carbohydrates, fiber, protein and a small amount of fat.

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    Last edited by Aubery; 07-02-2011 at 11:03 AM.

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    Healthy breakfast helps you in refuels your body, and benefit your overall health. Breakfast gives you a chance to start your
    day with a healthy and nutritious meal. Take more vitamins and minerals, Eat less fat and cholesterol. Avoid the cholesterol,
    which may reduce your risk of heart disease So do not skip breakfast it may be more important than you think.

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    Hi NYCLipo,
    Are you trying to lose or gain weight? This is what I took mostly in breakfast as my goal is to lose weight.
    1 small raw food salad bowl with 1 chicken breast and 1 cup of steamed brown rice.

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    I am taking this diet in breakfast.
    Rolls, bagels, cereals, low fat bran muffins, crackers, or Melba toast.
    Low fat protein such as peanut butter, lean meat, poultry or fish, or boiled eggs.
    Dairy like milk, yogurt and low-fat cheeses, such as cottage and natural cheeses.

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    Last edited by Clinton; 09-10-2011 at 02:19 PM.

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