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Mission 30: Break Down Breakfast Barriers

Why do people make such a big deal about eating breakfast? Does it make that much difference?

Well, the research shows that there are two important things about breakfast:

  1. Breakfast eaters are less likely to be overweight, and
  2. Eating breakfast is also associated with keeping weight off over the long term.

Huh. Being slim and staying slim – those are two pretty big deals in the weight-loss challenge.

So it’s worth spending a mission on rising to the breakfast challenge.  Let’s work out how to eat a good breakfast every day, so we can get those weight loss benefits.

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5 thoughts on “Mission 30: Break Down Breakfast Barriers

  1. Terry Currie says:

    Our group responses as follows: Breakfast: Whole grain cereal; Oatmeal; Bagel & Cream; Corn Flakes; Banana; two scrambled eggs with wheat toast; four sunny side eggs with small pieces of fish toast Turkey pastrami; biscuits & gravy; coffee or juice; Greek yogurt; fruit; glass of milk; shredded wheat
    Benefits of eating a good breakfast:
    – It starts your day well – beginning with good choices can help you stay motivated to make goal-friendly choices throughout the day
    – It kick-starts your metabolism unless the food item disagrees and comes back up
    – It helps moderate eating throughout the day – a good breakfast helps stave off hunger & avoid ravenous eating patterns later in the day
    – It gives you energy – so you can exercise and move more.
    Eat a Good Breakfast Grapefruit with sugar; Pancakes; Waffles & French – have the syrup on the side &
    dip your healthy food item into it; use 6x sugar; rye toast with poached eggs & grilled mushrooms
    Low GI carbs – e.g. wholegrain cereal or rye toast
    Eat lower-glycemic index food: brown rice or converted rice; steel-cut oats; bran flakes; pasta; bulgur; whole-grain bread; peas or leafy greens
    Low-fat protein or dairy – e.g. poached eggs or low-fat Greek yoghurt
    Fruit or vegetables – e.g. berries or grilled mushrooms or tomatoes.
    We would add a giant coffee.

  2. Kylie Browne says:

    I love breakfast. I no longer stock up on toast though. I eat a low GI cereal and then once a week I cook up low fat bacon & eggs, tomatoes, spinach, bok choy. Delicious.

  3. Terry Currie says:

    This is what we would eat for breakfast:
    Poached Egg
    Turkey Bacon
    Drink a glass of Orange Juice.
    or
    Drink a glass of milk.
    Wheat Toast.
    Green fried tomatoes.
    Low Sodium Bacon.
    We feel breakfast is important as some of us wake up hungry.

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