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Luana
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All this talk on the other thread about nonnies not eating grains of any kind then I wondered, what do you eat for breakfast.

For me to have regular bowel movements, I must eat a good bulky cereal for breakfast with ground flax seeds and some cut up apples or walnuts.  I am not sure if I am a non-secretor but I will know in a few weeks once I get my test package and send it off.  So far I am sticking to the no to low gluten like millet or quinoa or spelt for cereals.

How do you all get enough fiber in the day anyway?

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Fiber is in fruits and vegetables incase u chose NOT to eat too many grains ... however; millet, quinoa, spelt and brown rice is good for us B's  

Have u ever tried Manna bread ?
It's very nutritious and delicious; try a slice with some raw honey or almond butter ... oh and Sweet potato is also high in fiber and really delicious !!

There's dried fruits that r great for fiber; especially prunes, dried figs ... etc ...  


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I get all the bulk I need from ground linseed and veggies, as well as fruits and the protein and fats.


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I eat eggs and a whole ruby grapefruit for breakfast.

For fiber, I eat the fruit for breakfast, vegetables for lunch, and fruits/vegetables/legumes for dinner.  I also get fiber from nuts when I eat them for a snack or include them in a meal.

I'm not totally graing free, however, as I usually eat two slices of Ezekial bread to hold my sandwich for lunch...  It is all the grain I need, any more stimulates additional inflammation.


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My breakfest varies,

I'll either have eggs and veggies or (turkey, lamb, salmon, sardines) and veggies or a combo. And almost always I will accompany this with avocado which I have an addiction to



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My typical breakfast is either turkey bacon and eggs, turkey kielbasa and greens, or tofu/tempeh and greens. If I have grains at all, they are at my evening meal.


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Nothing, if I can help it. I'm never hungry in the morning unless I've had too little sleep. I prefer warm drinks such as water, tea with soya milk. Occasionally on weekends I have coffee with skim milk.
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Always first thing fresh Lemon juice in warm water (lately Sea Salt added)

I do best w protein for brkfst:

1- Egg -boiled, poached or scrambled with: sauted Veg, greens, or fresh salsa
2- Peanutbutter on celery, apple slices, or spelt toast.
3- Oatmeal w walnuts, flax, and dried fruit (seldom)
4-  Egg or Tuna Salad
5- Hot Soy Chocolate, no  cream (on the go)
6- Dried Fruit, Nuts, and Seeds

Note on dried fruit: I probably read this somewhere here.
Dried Fruit can make blood sugar spike so it is best eaten with protein.
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...forgot to add, that despite having no breakfast, I get my fibre from my lunch/dinner where I eat huge amounts of vegetables. I also use oats/rice and almond/meal liberally. I am as regular as the
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My breakfast is a blender drink.  
(approx. 6 cups)  It contains:

1 1/2 C beneficial juice (Pineapple is the one I am currently using)
2 C Goat's milk Yogurt
1 lg. banana
2/3 C fresh or frozen Blueberries and/or Cherries
3 Tb flax seeds freshly ground, or frozen ground flax
1Tb nutritional yeast (optional)
2 Tb green powder
1 rounded Tb lecithin granules
1 level Tb powdered larch extract (ARA6)
2 tsp. ProBerry liquid

I drink a pint of this for breakfast, and then another pint 3 hours later.  

My main cooked meal of the day is in the early afternoon and is meat and vegetables, such as lamb with a generous (approx 2 C) of vegetables, at least 1/2 of them are usually beneficials.



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The majority of my fiber is derived from my lunch and dinner where I eat lots and lots of fresh vegetables.  In a typical day, some fruit, grains and ocassionally legumes add fiber.

For breakfast, I make a sprouted buckwheat cereal/porridge to which I add soymilk, fresh or dried fruit, and sometimes a small handful of beneficial nuts or seeds.

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My breakfast varies after season:
Winter :
*eggs and veggies
*eggs and turky ham fruit
*oatmeal porridge with fruit ( IF I┤m not grainfree)
*Spelt or ricottapancakes on a sunday

Summer
*cold egg dishes and veggies
*fruit and yoghurt
*cheese and veggies or fruit ( Fetacheese and watermelon is my favorite) - maybe speltbread (IF not grainfree)
*Spelt or ricottapancakes on a sunday

I do not have a problem with fibres- not even in the periods when I┤m grainfree- enough carrots, cabbage/broccoli, red pepper , nuts and fruits make sure everthing works
beets are great to get things moving as well.


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Victoria,

That drink sounds amazing.  However, I tried goat milk yogurt and I couldn't stomach it. But you must feel great taking that concoction everyday.

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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
*Spelt or ricottapancakes on a sunday


Those pancakes sound heavenly ...  would u share ur recipe Henriette ?
Thanks !!


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Hi LF,
You could always try the recipe with cow yogurt.  I just use the goat milk products because I don't digest cow milk very well.  



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Spelt pancakes- I just use a regular pancake recipe:
buttermilk, egg, cornfree baking powder- and white fine speltflour.

Ricotta pancakes are really more a fat little thing - be carefull when you turn them they break easy- but are so tasty with fruit:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor.cgi?530


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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
Spelt pancakes- I just use a regular pancake recipe:
buttermilk, egg, cornfree baking powder- and white fine speltflour.

Ricotta pancakes are really more a fat little thing - be carefull when you turn them they break easy- but are so tasty with fruit:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor.cgi?530


Thanks so much for those recipes Henriette

I eat ricotta and yes indeed, it's incredibly delicious with fruits, honey,
walnuts and/or almonds on top ... so sinful, yet healthy !!


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I am a "0"  wanting to lose weight and running out of breakfast easy recipes could use some ideas....Thanks....
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I've been eating quinoa flakes...made like oatmeal...yum, but probably no help in weight loss...I get a fiber benefit from it (which I need since surgery)....I also add dried cherries, walnuts and a prune as it cooks...then ghee, sea salt and agave nectar!!! Its high protein for a cereal...

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Usually I eat a bowl of puffed millet cereal with soy milk and then some fruit (either blueberries, pear, apple, plum etc.)  If I don't want that, I'll have some sprouted wheat toast with peanut butter and jelly or something like that.
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