Healthiest Breakfast?


#21

The eggs and marmite are good, the toast is not the best. All in all, a good breakfast.


#22

Even low sugar baked beans have quite a bit of sugar, and the protein is not that high.


#23

On the 5:2 diet I’ve started a fasting day several times with poached eggs on toast with marmite and it’s worked quite well for me - it’s quite a long time before I feel hungry again.


#24

I love poached eggs on toast… Problem is, as soon as I eat bread, I feel bloated !


#25

You might try poached eggs on Ryvita? Sounds odd but I quite like it.


#26

Might give Ryvita a go, or maybe just replace the toast with grilled tomatoes instead.


#27

I like the eggs with ryvita, normally have a bit of spinach and smoked salmon with it too.


#28

40g porridge oats- S/S milk - 15-20g almonds and a few raisins works for me- coupled with 2 or 3 black coffees and at least 2 ltrs water I’m rarely hungry within 3-4 hours.


#29

I struggle to eat breakfast but I water down porridge with semi skimmed milk and drink it down, it’s good carbs and fuels me for the gym where I can burn between 2000 and 6000 calories a day


#30

I know our fashion for s/s milk. But I prefer the taste of whole milk. And there is no reason why you shouldn’t have it.


#31

2 weatabix and milk every day.


#32

I have either 3 or four boiled eggs, wheat cereal or a couple of sausages and rashers, with mushrooms and tomatoes cooked in the George Foreman Grill. Sometimes fruit in Greek yogurt.


#33

Is this list, some of the options you have for breakfast, or is it what you generally have for breakfast?


#34

One or the other


#35

Recently porridge or muesli, but I think boiled or poached eggs would be healthier. Fill you up, low calorie health food. Just needs a few extra minutes to prepare.


#36

Two eggs, two slices of 100% rye toast, butter (for the toast), and 3 slices of crispy bacon (microwaved).

Low GI, about 500 cals, zero sugar, and both filling and satisfying.

Having this for breakfast everyday for two years helped me shed a large amount of weight.


#37

I always have weatabix and semi. It’s easy for the portion control


#38

Weetabix and a semi ?! :laughing::laughing:


#39

Hmmm milk not full fat as well you know @StokieDan


#40

Yes mate, got he idea… Was just using my childish sense of humour.