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Rex
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Seeking suggestions for high protien breakfast.  I usually eat 1 slice of manna toast with green tea in the morning.  Please suggest what high protien food choices I can make to put more high protien into my early morning meal.  I thank you in advance for your help.  Steak just doesn't sound appealing as a breakfast choice.

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How about a cold meat sandwich?


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How about adding a couple tablespoons of a compliant nutbutter such as: almond, pecan or sesame butter to ur manna bread ?  


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Steak just doesn't sound appealing as a breakfast choice.

It may not seeming appealing now, but after you try it you, like so many of us type Os, may discover how good you feel and therefore decide that it is your preferred breakfast.

I can't imagine eating any other way now.



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It may not seeming appealing now, but after you try it you, like so many of us type Os, may discover how good you feel and therefore decide that it is your preferred breakfast.

I can't imagine eating any other way now.



Exactly.      Give it a try Rex...you will be pleasantly surprised.  And if you can...don't have the bread in the morning.  Leave it for later in the day.

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Personally I still have not been able to make the switch to steak in the mornings.  Sometimes I'll have a hamburger patty with my eggs.  But cannot go for the steak yet.

Try an egg sandwich for breakfast... with nice spinich leaves or romaine, yum.
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there's a good beef sausage recipe- go to search and type in beef sausage- scroll up and you will find it
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I don't actually eat steak. The last year or so I have been usually having a slice of lamb roast, but if I don't have any lamb I might have a beef or bison hamburger patty, some eggs, or a slice of beef roast if I have any leftovers from another meal.


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Ditto the eggs.  I find I need 3 of 'em to be satisfied.  
Beef sausage sounds good, but I'd just rather save my liver & burgers for later in the day!
Adding the protein, though, was really balancing for me.
I think you'll really like the way it makes you feel if you can find a combo that works for you -
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Thanks to all.  After reading your posts I get the idea that steak in the A.M. might be a very good choice for me.  I will definitely try everything suggested for variety's sake....even to omitting the bread in the A.M.  Thanks again, I appreciate you so much.
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morelife7...I am with you for the 3 eggs to feel the protein safisfaction.   One doesn't cut it...two isn't enough...three hits the spot.

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Thanks to all.  After reading your posts I get the idea that steak in the A.M. might be a very good choice for me. .


It doesnt necessarily need to be steak, just as long as it's a good beneficial meat.



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I used to eat nothing but cereal or a bagel and diet Coke for morning meal, so switching over to a protein breakfast was hard at first. I've found that turkey sausage is a good transition food. It's light but goes great with eggs and greens. I still have spicy turkey sausage a couple of mornings every week, it makes a nice change of pace from beef and that way I can have pot roast or steak for dinner If the thought of beef is too much for you when you get up, try turkey. Hope this helps.


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I used to eat nothing but cereal or a bagel and diet Coke for morning meal, so switching over to a protein breakfast was hard at first. I've found that turkey sausage is a good transition food. It's light but goes great with eggs and greens. I still have spicy turkey sausage a couple of mornings every week, it makes a nice change of pace from beef and that way I can have pot roast or steak for dinner If the thought of beef is too much for you when you get up, try turkey. Hope this helps.

I agree with everything (except I never drank any kind of Coke for breakfast or any other time on a regular basis). And turkey sausage was my transition breakfast food for a long time. That was until I was told that a type O should try starting their day with dinner/red meat.



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I've found that turkey sausage is a good transition food..........it makes a nice change of pace from beef


or you can combine the two.  I use 2 lbs of ground beef and 1 lb. of turkey sausage. You still get the sausage flavor and 2/3 beneficial meat.



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This is how I prepare my steak:
I line a shallow pot with sliced onions
Add minute steak or other meat and chicken and butternut squash and/or zucchini and/or sweet potato.
Add just a bit of water.
Sprinkle salt and/or garlic powder
Bring to a boil, then simmer for a few hours.

So the family had it for dinner tonight and I get to have the leftovers for tomorrow's breakfast. It is my most satisfying breakfast yet.
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homemade liver pate on a slice of manna........


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I love 2 extra large or jumbo eggs scrambled in ghee.  I used to have a slice of carrot and raisin manna bread with a little almond butter and fruit spread but I find I've been feeling better without the manna bread.  I don't have celiac but I think I may be slightly gluten intolerant.  If I don't have my protein in the morning, I feel dragged out all day.
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