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What I enjoy for breakfast, ideally every day

In the past my favorite breakfast was two steak biscuits from Hardee's, a large order of hash browns, and a super-size Diet Coke. Yum, but easily over 1500 calories and full of bad fat etc. I would eat this every day if I could, and still enjoyed the biscuits even after I promised away the Diet Coke and the hash browns.

Now I'm eating much healthier, much fewer calories, and I'm enjoying it:

  • 1 C oatmeal with 2 T flax seed and cinnamon (210 calories)
  • 100 calories of almonds
  • 1 C yogurt (160 calories)

Then I'll have an apple (85 calories) on my way to work.

I still need to get breakfast out occasionally. When I do nowadays I get chicken biscuits from Chik-Fil-A but just eat the chicken (160 calories each) between whole-wheat bread that I bring with me. The biscuits are more calorie laden and arguably less heathy than the fried meat!

Please note that I'm not prescibing a particular set of foods to you, just illustating how radical of a lifestyle change one -- you -- can make.




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