News Forums PS1000 Plan Phase 1 Breakfast Help

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    Kait Robinson
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    I don’t like breakfast. Eggs are my lease favorite. Any ideas on what I can do?

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    Kait Robinson
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    Sorry about that–least favorite

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    I usually have a protein shake for breakfast and love it. This is the one I use and its 225 cal.
    – ANS – Diablo Protein, 1.5 scoop (28g) – Chocolate Brownie flavor
    – Generic – Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk, 1.5 cup
    – Amazing Grass – Green Superfood Powder, 0.5 scoop

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    Terrie Richards
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    Hi Kait, we do protein shakes. They are quick and easy. My husband is up and out the door by 5am. I am not about to get up at 4 to make him an egg breakfast. This morning we had the chocolate covered strawberry one. I made his normal and he loved it. I added a packet of stevia to mine for that little bit of morning sweetness that I miss from my morning coffee.
    Hope this helps 🙂

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    Paula Gunning
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    Hormone-free turkey sausage with sauteed veggies or sauerkraut, yogurt with fruit, grapefruit, cottage cheese with fruit, melba toast or WASA with almond butter or a cottage cheese spread-these are a few I’ve enjoyed. It’s also easy to put fruit, water, and protein powder in a blender.

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    Trish Featherston
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    I also have been doing the breakfast shakes and love them. Quest peanut butter flavor protein powder, frozen strawberries, and water (or sometimes almond milk or coconut milk) is my favorite. I put 2-4 ice cubes if I want to make it more frozen or thick, and sometimes add a little plain yogurt for more creaminess.

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