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  1. namaste is offline
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    For breakfast?

    What's something that is relatively low in fat, and lots of good crap that I can eat for breakfast?

    I have to wake up real early to get to work, so I've started getting into a habit of buying takeaway for breakfast, and would like this to stop.

    Eggs on toast? is that ok? I tried eating toast and cereal and fruit like a weeny but it wasn't filling and I was hungry by about 8:00am (breakfast is at 6am)

    pls to help kthx.
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    Any reason you're avoiding fats in the morning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    Any reason you're avoiding fats in the morning?
    I'm eating bad fats in the morning at the moment.

    Looking for a less bad fatty alternative but with lots of good calories so I can hopefully shed a bit of body fat but still be eating enough to keep up with lifting and wrestling! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by namaste
    What's something that is relatively low in fat, and lots of good crap that I can eat for breakfast?

    I have to wake up real early to get to work, so I've started getting into a habit of buying takeaway for breakfast, and would like this to stop.

    Eggs on toast? is that ok? I tried eating toast and cereal and fruit like a weeny but it wasn't filling and I was hungry by about 8:00am (breakfast is at 6am)

    pls to help kthx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namaste
    I'm eating bad fats in the morning at the moment.

    Looking for a less bad fatty alternative but with lots of good calories so I can hopefully shed a bit of body fat but still be eating enough to keep up with lifting and wrestling! :)
    It's a myth that dietary fat leads to bodyfat, you need to get some poly, mono and saturated fats in your diet, and the morning is as good a time as any.

    That being said, what're you eating right now? Oatmeal and some eggs/meat are always good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    It's a myth that dietary fat leads to bodyfat, you need to get some poly, mono and saturated fats in your diet, and the morning is as good a time as any.

    That being said, what're you eating right now? Oatmeal and some eggs/meat are always good.
    I'm eating absolute crap for breakfast. Iced coffee, a redbull, pies and processed chicken strips. It's my only unhealthy meal for the day.

    (offtopic)what does cause an increase in bodyfat(/offtopic)
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    Depends what you want to accomplish I think, but Emevas is right, fats are not as bad as they've been made out to be, but you might want to consider cutting down on grains and sugars. But like I said, it depends what you want to accomplish... I already know there's other people on this forum who know way more about it than me... In this thread even.
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    Sometimes in the morning I want to limit fat intake if I am going to work out not too long after breakfast. I find that sometimes my stomach gets upset during the workout. That is the only case when I do so because, as said before, dietary fat does not necessarily lead to body fat. If it is the case that I want to limit fat I like to have some unflavored oatmeal and chocolate protein powder. It's pretty good. I also like the Kashi oatmeal, but the unflavored oats and protein is just more cost effective. Both are pretty filling.

    For a breakfast with a good balance of unsaturated fats, saturated fats, carbs, fiber, and protein, I like French Meadow Bakery Healthy Hemp bagels with some cream cheese and a healthy pile of lox. The bagels aren't the usual simple-carb bomb, but have like 20g protein, 14g of fiber, and 9 grams of unsaturated fat. Those things are filling, and the added protein and healthy fat from the lox help the nutrition and make it really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namaste
    I'm eating bad fats in the morning at the moment.

    Looking for a less bad fatty alternative but with lots of good calories so I can hopefully shed a bit of body fat but still be eating enough to keep up with lifting and wrestling! :)
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    Serious answer: have 2 meals for breakfast, separated by 2 hours.

    First meal (drink a cup of water first thing in the morning, always.)

    Mix 1/4 to 1/3 cup of oatmeal with 1/2 cup of water. Nuke it on the microwave for 2 minutes. Then add peanut butter (about 1/3 the size of a golf ball). Mix the **** out of it on the cooked oatmeal. Then add 8 oz of no-sugar-added/low-sugar yogurt (forget the low-fat ****, seek the no-sugar or low-sugar varieties.) Add this crap to the mix and gorge yourself with it.

    You can add a bit of raisins (not much) and prunes or ground flaxseed for extra fiber. Also, you can add soy leticin granules to it. If you want to add any of these, add them before you micronuke the oatmeal and water mix.

    Cooking time: 3 minutes.

    Have a cup of coffee or OJ with it.

    Second meal:

    Dice a tomatoe and some green peppers and put it in a pan. Fry that **** a little bit. Then add 2-3 eggs to the mix. Stir the crap out of it, turn off the kitchen and cover. Let it cook itself in the heat for about 6 minutes. Top it with a bit of salt and 4oz plain yogurt.

    You can cook it longer if you want a drier, more solid consistency.

    For additional fiber, you can wrap it with a whole wheat pita wrap. In addition to the tomatoes and green peppers, you can add previously micronuked and diced brocolli, asparragus or squash. Add tofu or lean, low sodium precooked meat for additional protein.

    Cooking time: 8-10 minutes.


    BTW, this is exactly what I've been eating within the first 4 hours of almost every weekday for the last 2-3 years.



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    Don't be shy of good fats. Be more scare of starches, processed sugars and carbs from non-green sources (specially in the late afternoon and night.)
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    Thanks for the help so far guys, I wish I could just cram lots of food into my mouth, go to the gym and lift heavy things and then be automatically great. It's all so involved.

    My goals are all over the place at the moment which isn't helping. I want to get bigger and stronger for wrestling, but not so much that I have to fight larger guys, but I like eating and lifting but want to drop bodyfat aswell.

    hmm.
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