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karenfarber2710 karenfarber2710 1 year

My go-to breakfast choices are yogurt granola and fruit, oatmeal, or a spinach omelet! YUMMY!! Also usually drink green tea with breakfast to give an extra boost to my metabolism

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Stella14900914 Stella14900914 1 year

these are great recipes, but contradict the corresponding article. The recommendation in the article said to keep sugar grams under 20. These recipes have over 20

terwilliker terwilliker 3 years
Bruce, that's ADDED sugar. \u00a0All of these breakfast ideas include natural sugars in their totals, like dairy and fruit, which don't count toward one's daily recommended allowance. \u00a0
evis60 evis60 4 years
Hi, how do I print the 5 breakfast ideas?
bruce-a bruce-a 4 years
I thought a person was only suppose to around 20 grams all day?
guavajelly guavajelly 5 years
I mean like mad :)
guavajelly guavajelly 5 years
I cannot start the day with sugar either or I crave it like made and am very tired all day.
insanitypepper insanitypepper 5 years
Bacon & eggs!
taylvs3 taylvs3 5 years
i agree, i can't have something sweet at the beginning of the day, it makes me feel sick. or on an empty stomach, too much aof a sugar sugar rush and then crash.
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