Breakfast and such

Hello everyone. I know I have been away for a while. Don’t worry, I haven’t gone off the deep end or anything. My weight has actually been failry stable lately. I just haven’t had much time to write, well, anywhere actually. All of my blogs and journals (for a list, see the Links section in the sidebar) have been neglected over the last month or so. I’ll get back to posting at least weekly here soon.

I have been keeping my eye out for interesting nutrition/health/weight loss articles, which is how I stumbled on a great article giving suggestions to make healthier foods breakfast. I have to admit that eating breakfast has never been a problem for me. I adore breakfast. I am sure to eat it every day, and I sometimes have breakfast foods for lunch or dinner. However, I know that a lot of people don’t. Many of my friends never eat breakfast at all, because they figure all of the breakfast foods are too fatty, or too calorie packed. I figured that at least some of you Loyal Readers will have the same problem.

The article on has some very good tips, IMHO, including my favorite: “f you normally use eggs to prepare an omelet, consider changing to egg whites or egg substitute. All of the fat (and cholesterol) in eggs are found in the yolk. Egg substitutes and egg whites are fat free.”

2 responses to “Breakfast and such”

  1. I always a large healthy breakfast eat a progressively smaller lunch and dinner. I especially eat fruits and foods with healthy Omega fats.

    I never put on weight like this.

  2. Marcel, I think it is all in quantity as well as quality. I am focussing on reducing the amount of food I eat for breakfast as well as the types of foods. But that’s because my idea of what is a large meal is actually a gigantic meal. I can reduce the amount of what I eat and still be eating a large meal.

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