I'm interested in finding out how many people manage to make time for breakfast everyday! And if you do manage to, how do you fit it in?

If you don't have it everyday, how often do you manage to have it?

And what would be your ideal breakfast?

Last reply: 24th May 2020 / 978 replies / Post by Cafestudy Manager



Posted by: jjdrer
Posted on: 9th Apr 2014

jjdrer says: Not all people can digest coconut. Margarine is not processed the same as USA is so is less dangerous than it used to be. One Dietician/Nutrition to me to stay off Dairy but told me to cook with butter. It was wierd I was allowed to eat eggs and bacon for breakfast once a week, the rest of it I mostly ate the same as I had for tea the night before. I have insulin resistance (my liver makes too much insulin) My cholestarol "went through the roof" and my insulin dropped very little. I as eating mainly vegetables and very lean chicken or beef. Another problem it caused was constipation because I was not eating good fats either. Fruit was a treat so I was missing out on fibre from it too. I also wasn't allowed any grain products at all. Yes, I lost weight but it also caused shocking headaches. Apparently you are only supposed to stay on that strict a diet for 6 weeks. I was told it was permanent. My GP and another dietician both said it was dangerous to stay on that diet for longer than 6 weeks at the most. It was high Protein, low carbohydrate (good and bad).

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