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niccipr posted:
I usually have one egg white, one regular egg with chopped onion, mushrooms or tomatoes, chopped peppers and chopped spinach. No bread. Very filling and holds me well into lunch....sometimes I forget to eat a healthy snack 2 hrs later.
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Tomato05 responded:
Looks very good to me!

I eat something similar, I just add either 3oz of yogurt or 1/2 a fruit if I am going to exercise, and then after gym I have 1/2 protein shake and the other 1/2 fruit.
 
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totallywiggedout responded:
My usual breakfast is 3/4 cup of Pineapple chunks in natural juice, topped with 1/4 cup vanilla Light and Fit yogurt and sprinkled with 3 Tblsp of All Bran buds
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work --- Thomas Edison

Losing weight healthfully isn't going to be easy or fast, but it WILL be worth it
 
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Uiopo replied to totallywiggedout's response:
I eat different foods in every day not necessary for me any food in the breakfast because one3 food you eat daily is little bit boring..but egg i think it not good in daily???what did your point of view about the eggs??


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