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    I too have had this same problem. I used to not eat in the morning, but then finding out that slapping some peanut butter on a piece of bread works wonders with helping get your body moving. I've also tried the shake thing. The shake wouldn't keep me full for very long, but at least it was something to jump start my metabolism. What i do now, is make sure i allow myself 15 minutes in the morning to make a small cup of cereal and milk or grab a piece of toast/bread with some peanut butter and then bring along a banana or apple or yogurt to eat when i start to feel hungry.
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