The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13
Re: Type O: Breakfast options?
Posted By: Rhonda O- (INFP)
In Response To: Type O: Breakfast options? (Susan Pederson)
Have you tried Rice Milk? It might not have the same effect as soy. Also, sometimes I make tuna salad the night before with celery and onion and have it ready for a quick breakfast. I too need protein in the morning or I get shakey by mid-morning. I have been able to get by sometimes with a handful of walnuts and a pineapple juice and banana "shake" (I eat the walnuts on the side. I don't put them in the juice.) I like to have eggs too but don't want to eat them every morning and sometimes I don't have time to fix them in the morning. That's when I like to resort to the tuna or some leftover from the night before that can be heated quickly.
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Susan Pederson -- Thursday, 6 April 2000, at 4:26 p.m.
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