Breakfast! It’s supposedly the most important meal of the day. It sets you up for the day ahead, and skipping it can have detrimental effects on our health. We wanted to find out what breakfast means to our Cafestudy members.
There were lots of suggestions for favourite breakfasts.
French Toast with bacon, maple syrup and lots of fresh fruit with a pot of English Breakfast (tinky) The ideal breakfast is sitting in a cafe, paper in front of me and the old faithful....juice, 2 eggs, bacon, tomato, mushrooms, sourdough toast maybe a hash brown & well made latte (rednal) Some like it simple – Weet-Bix and toast/vegemite.
Last reply: 22nd Jun 2017 /
25 replies /
Post by Cafestudy Admin
James Tagg says:
I honestly love weetbix in the morning. but aslongs as you are breaking your 9 hour fast (average time for sleep) it is healthy whatever you eat. unless it is like chocolate and that Reply
Posted by: yazzy26091983
Posted: 11th Jul 2013
James Tagg says: I honestly love weetbix in the morning. but aslongs as you are breaking your 9 hour fast (average time for sleep) it is healthy whatever you eat. unless it is like chocolate and that
Weetbix wit banana and honey is nice and healthy u should try it Reply
Posted by: bhealthybfit
Posted: 5th Jun 2013
Not if you want to lose weight. Reply
Posted by: MarkF
Posted: 7th Jun 2013
Depends on your workday - mine is active so I prefer a bowl and vitabrits followed my fruit Reply
Posted by: Nikkinoo
Posted: 12th Jun 2013
Breakfast is a huge part of living a healthy lifestyle, too many people skip it and the effects yet subtle are very detrimental.... a healthy breakfast needs to be full of wholegrains, protein and the right carbohydrates.... weetbix, toast with eggwhite omelet, porridge.... be creative and enjoy life to its fullest :) Reply
Posted by: Sanjeena
Posted: 16th Jun 2013
Having protein in morning after long night fasting would decrease crave for foods during the day time for those who want to lose weight. Reply
Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 2nd Jul 2013
Actually the best way to loosing weight in a healthy sustained way is to make breakfast your largest meal of the day. It has to be quite substantial and "healthy". (hint try making Bircher Muesli. Quick, easy and cheap to make. Can easily vary ingredients. DON'T add sugar).
Then dinner should be light and the smallest meal of the day. (hint try lentil soup. High in protein, also quick, cheap & easy to make and vary).
All meals need to be consistently healthy. Consistency is key. Reply
Posted by: Laura
Posted: 2nd Jul 2013
Breakfast, is in fact the most important meal of the day.
Me being a student, i jnow that if i don't have breakfast i am not motivated to absolutley anything. But when i have breakfast, i'm more switched on and can concentrate on my school work.
For someone that needs high energy level during the day, I have a bowl of oatmeal and a banana smoothie! Helps keep up my energy through the entire day! Reply
Posted by: PGS
Posted: 14th Jul 2013
Oats with sultanas... anywhere between 3 & 7 AM daily. If I miss lunch it doesn't matter so much. Reply
Posted by: capricie
Posted: 28th Jul 2013
a green tea with porridge covered in honey and strawberries! Yum :) Reply
Posted by: zee2308
Posted: 2nd Aug 2013
Banana shakes are quick and easy for the go! Provide energy needed to get through the day Reply
Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 13th Aug 2013
For breakfast you can eat as much as you can. It's like 'fuel' of your body. Reply
Posted by: sammytreb123
Posted: 14th Mar 2014
true you can eat as much as you want Reply
Posted by: Andew
Posted: 20th Aug 2013
Breakfest is very important it is the meal that gives you the most energy throughout your day. it is vital to eat breakfest (cereal) every morning as it builds up the immune system to be stronger.Cereals contain protien, iron and calcium in which they are very healthy for the bodies muscles, productiont of energy and bones. Reply
Posted by: squeekums
Posted: 4th Nov 2013
The only breakfast I can handle is coffee, food yuk, will just make me sick.
My stomach isnt awake until after 2 or 3 coffees Reply
Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 15th Feb 2014
what one has for breakfast depends on ones' lifestyle. the more active a person is, the more nutrition needed to sustain the body. whatever one has, it is a benificial way to start a new day. Reply
Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 18th Mar 2014
Breakfast is important to me, without it I can't function! Reply
Posted by: ralph48
Posted: 6th Apr 2014
Mon - Fri
Simple; into a blender place 2 weetbix, tablespoon honey, 1/4c frozen berries; 1 cup milk. turn on whizz. put into cup; get into car; drive and have breakfast.
Toast with hard boiled egg; mashed and honey. Toast = carbo; Egg = Protein and the honey is a boost of natural insulin LOL.....if not honey - marmite
weekend; simple; omelette with caramalised onions; or mushrooms; slice of toast with marmite; and a glass of juice (usually cranberry or blueberry),
Yes, when I skip breakfast, I over eat for the rest of the day. So I make the time for breakfast. Reply
Posted by: country girl
Posted: 7th Apr 2014
ralph48 says: Mon - Fri
Simple; into a blender place 2 weetbix, tablespoon honey, 1/4c frozen berries; 1 cup milk. turn on whizz. put into cup; get into car; drive and have...
country girl says:
I find, 2 eggs with 2 TB water, bet then place in hot as pan , 40 seconds, run the egg around the pan until cooked, middle should be little runny, place cheese, ham or what ever you what in it, them fold in half so the heat cooks the middle, 40seconds and it yum
Posted by: ralph48
Posted: 10th Apr 2014
country girl says: I find, 2 eggs with 2 TB water, bet then place in hot as pan , 40 seconds, run the egg around the pan until cooked, middle should be little runny, place cheese, ham or what ever you what in it,...
Cheers country girl. Thank you so much, tried it this morning; yummmie; my husband and my sons loved them; eazy peazy for a family on the run...... Reply
Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 16th Apr 2014
Depending how busy or late start to the day decides the breakfast usually during the week good cereal or muesli and on the weekend some thing a bit more Reply
Posted by: Kajal17
Posted: 1st Jun 2016
I am someone who skips breakfast most of the time and I'm still trying to get rid of this awful habit because I've come to realise that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day regardless of anything that you do during the day. Nowadays, I resort to quick forms of breakfast most of the time like a simple bowl of cereal or a bread with a spread. Somedays, I like to prepare french toast, toasts, etc. Reply
Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 22nd Jun 2017
I like eating healthily! or at least i think so... In my opinion, breakfast is the most important meal, which gives energy on a whole day! That's why, it should be balanced in this way: more carbohidrates, enough protein and less fats.
My suggestion in this case is simple: take 1) oats, 2) protein powder and 3) water/milk - mix it together, and you will be fine! for better taste you may also blend it...
My gf found this recepy is so strange, but I don't care... Reply
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