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I've been eating leftovers for Breakfast the last few days. I did find a Protein Bar that I like too. So I try to alternate now so I don't get tired of it. I've never been a big breakfast food person anyway so it's not too far a jump for me to eat non breakfast foods anyway. I was the girl who'd eat a sandwich for breakfast while everyone else was eating eggs and bacon. Lol


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I've been eating leftovers for breakfast the last few days. I did find a Protein bar that I like too. So I try to alternate now so I don't get tired of it. I've never been a big breakfast food person anyway so it's not too far a jump for me to eat non breakfast foods anyway. I was the girl who'd eat a sandwich for breakfast while everyone else was eating eggs and bacon. Lol




Me too! I love lunch foods [emoji23]

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I'm three years out so I have a whole grain English muffin, either Peanut Butter, goat cheese or an egg and coffee and either a banana or fruit.


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When I get tired of eggs for breakfast I eat a slice of ham. I'm an "on the go" person so I rarely have time to eat breakfast so I add Protein to my coffee.


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Weight for WLS consultation: 216 lbs.
Surgery date: 2/13/17
Goal: -71 lbs for healthy BMI (about 145 lbs).
Current weight: 145 lbs, now ready to lose 15 more past goal.
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I'm 10 months post-op and can eat pretty much anything now. Scrambled eggs make my stomach feel like I've got a rock in it, same with bread. That one makes me sad, because I love a warm butter croissant! For breakfast most days, I make a Protein Shake with 2.75 oz vanilla Premier Protein shake, 1/4c 1% milk, 1/4c nonfat plain Greek yogurt, 1Tbsp agave Syrup, and 1/2c frozen mixed berries (black, blue, & raspberry mix). I measure out the premier Protein by weight into baggies & freeze them because the stuff doesn't keep once the bottle is opened. I never seem to get tired of my shake, but I do switch up the frozen fruit now and again. I don't care for the texture of overnight oats, so I'll make a serving of old-fashioned oats and split it into two servings and add whatever I want. If you're doing instant, go with a plain one so that you can avoid all of the added sugars. My breakfast shake gets me about 15g of protein, and it's just enough to fill me up. I can't drink the premier Proteins straight because they're God-awful, so I concocted something that works for me and tastes great. Good luck!


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Whole grains are fine. I make my own muesli with many whole grains rolled Cereal, bran, flax, millet, seeds and nuts. I cook 1/3 cup of that and 2/3c Water in the microwave 3.5 mins. Then I stir in 1/2c cottage cheese and some fresh berries or sliced fruit. Delicious and filling and hits a wide range of nutritional needs.


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I'm burnt out on yogurt as well. Some days it just completely turns my stomach. I've been eating cottage cheese a lot. Muuna makes a cottage cheese that's mixed with fruit already that I like a lot. I also eat Special K Protein cereal with fairlife milk sometimes or will have an Atkins Meal Replacement bar. They are low carb, taste well and have high protein.

I can't tolerate eggs very well but I'm able to eat Egg whites and hard boiled eggs so occasionally I will bring a hard boiled egg or get an egg white omelet if I'm out or it's a weekend. Sometimes I will treat myself to half an English muffin with Peanut Butter or a little butter on it.

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I'm having a really hard time coming up with something I can eat for Breakfast. I'm 7 months out and have been struggling for a couple of months now. I ate the triple zero yogurt with fruit for so long that I can't stand the smell of the yogurt by itself anymore. I couldn't eat eggs at breakfast before surgery so I'm terrified to try them now. Unfortunately there isn't much out there that has enough Protein that isn't yogurt or eggs!
Occasionally I make a chicken salad and I can eat that, but it gets old after a day or two. I have given up on ever liking tuna again, once in a while I can stomach it but not often. I had been visiting the subway in the lobby of the place I work and just getting the meat that would come on a 6inch sub but even that turns my stomach some days. I'm just at a loss. Today I tried an overnight oats recipe that was higher in Protein, but I'm not sure if that was a good idea. I wasn't able to eat lunch because I got extremely nauseous and had some stomach pains a couple of hours after eating it.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd appreciate any help!

I like turkey sausage for breakfast. You can get ground, link, or patty. I usually add some squash and zuchini.

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oooh after tomorrow I hope I will be on the road to there, ❤Butterball turkey produnts, used to sneak the sausage in on my family and they never caught on, seasoned quite nicely.🍤

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I am tired of eggs myself, but while on the go, I do enjoy the Starbucks Sous vide egg bites. The bacon and gruyere is my favorite. One is plenty. I ask for them not heated up and save one for the next day.

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A friend of mine eats 3 pieces of bacon and a cheese stick. Works for her

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