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  • #16
    I picked up some Chicken and Apple Sausage at Costco, I have a couple links with 3 eggs.

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    Nutrition facts
    Serving Size 1 Link (85g)
    Servings per container 4
    Amount per serving
    Daily Value
    Calories 180
    Calories from fat 110
    Total fat 12 g 15%
    Saturated fat 3.5 g 15%
    Trans fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 85 mg 28%
    Sodium 640 mg 28%
    Total carbohydrate 3 g 1%
    Dietary fiber less than 1 g 4%
    Sugars 2g
    Protein 12g
    Vitamin C 2%
    Calcium 4%
    Iron 6%
    INGREDIENTS: CHICKEN, DRIED APPLES, SALT, FRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE (APPLE, PINEAPPLE, PEAR, AND PEACH), SPICES AND CELERY POWDER, IN A PORK CASING.

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    • #17
      Kippers. Fish protein. XD But I warn you, they are an acquired taste.
      Out of context quote for the day:

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      • #18
        Originally posted by bee0127 View Post
        No, go ahead and eat all the bacon you want, it's not that bad to eat it every day!
        There's your answer right there. Stick with the good stuff, and enjoy it.

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        • #19
          Get the frozen Kirkland Signature Turkey burgers at Costco. Super clean ingredient list (White meat turkey, salt, rosemary extract) and only $11 for about 3 lbs of meat. They cook up just like a sausage patty but are low fat and a protein bomb (at least 30 grams each). I've been using these for breakfast and they really help with appetite control. I also use them post workout for protein instead of a protein shake. They're also great with sauerkraut.

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          • #20
            Tomatoes Stuffed with Ground Bison and Eggs | Primal Blueprint Meal Plan

            YUM!!!!!
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            • #21
              Originally posted by j3nn View Post
              There's no reason why you can't eat lunch/dinner foods for breakfast. So basically eat what you like.

              Soup, chili, leftovers from dinner, fruit, shrimp cocktail, baked potato, fruit smoothie, smoked oysters, cheese, milk, etc.
              Word.

              Seriously, you sound like the perfect candidate for skipping breakfast altogether. Traditional breakfasts are usually pretty fattening anyway - fried eggs, cheese omelets, bacon, sausage, pancakes with butter and syrup, fried potatoes - the "classic" breakfast is a sugar-coated grease ball. Even amongst the paleo/Primal folk, I usually see fried eggs, bacon and avocado...fat, fat, fat, not much protein to be found. IMO it's the most important meal to skip of the day. I do my coffee with a couple drops of stevia and 1 teaspoon of half and half to take the "edge" off, and that's it. Sometimes I'll go nuts and put 3 or 4 semisweet chocolate chips and a few drops of vanilla extract in it, but only when I'm not wearing pants because I'm feeling dangerous.
              Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 09-23-2013, 10:42 AM.
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              • #22
                Paleo porridge
                1 banana mashed
                3/4 cup of almond flour
                2 tablespoons of flaxseed
                1 cup of almond milk
                cinnamon

                Mix all together and then cook on the hob stirring continuously. Takes roughly 3 minutes, and you will have delicious porridge. I add blueberries and walnuts to mine.
                hope this helps

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by jenhamer View Post
                  Paleo porridge
                  1 banana mashed
                  3/4 cup of almond flour
                  2 tablespoons of flaxseed
                  1 cup of almond milk
                  cinnamon

                  Mix all together and then cook on the hob stirring continuously. Takes roughly 3 minutes, and you will have delicious porridge. I add blueberries and walnuts to mine.
                  hope this helps
                  Oatmeal or grits would probably be a healthier choice. That's a lot of poor quality fat and almond milk is pretty lousy stuff. Regular milk is the best kind of milk.
                  Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.

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                  • #24
                    Mixed Pork and Veal Mince (ground meat). Add some mixed dried herbs to taste (I like oregano), salt and pepper, dried onion bits and a small sprinkle of coconut aminos. Mix and form into flat patties and freeze in portions. Move portion from Freezer to Fridge the night before for speed of cooking.

                    The trick is to make the patties as thin as you can easily handle. That way they cook very quickly for a weekday breakfast. I make mine sort of oval shaped so they fit in my smaller pan to reduce washing up.

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                    • #25
                      Chocotaco I don't quite know where you think the unhealthy fats are as this is a paleo recipe, and my almond milk contains almonds and water. In my view this is a healthy meal and I thought oatmeal were not paleo anyway?

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                      • #26
                        Let me guess:
                        - almond flour: PUFA*
                        - flaxseeds : PUFA*
                        - wlanuts: PUFA*

                        (*poly-unsaturated fats)

                        ChocoTaco369 is "allergic" to PUFAs ...

                        Enjoy your "paleo" breakfast Personally, I would go with the oatmeal as well. It is a decent grain and blends well with butter, vanilla and honey (or xylitol) + a banana or some berries. I don't eat breakfast but that is what I give my kids half of the time, when it is not an omelet with bacon or sausages (all organic, grassfed, gluten-free, ladida ...).

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                        • #27
                          Start with the basics....

                          First thing you need to do when you wake up, is kickstart the Heart and let the energy shoot through your veins.

                          Have a Cold Shower, followed by a Hot one, blend some Citrus fruits with a dollop of Honey to refresh and revive.

                          Relax with some Cocoa and have a Banana to get the digestive system going.

                          Grab a handful of Nuts and Grapes, and use them as natures Jelly Beans.
                          Magnesium in the Nuts I liken to natural Prozac.
                          Grapes, prevent blood clotting, it will keep everything flowing.

                          Those are some of my suggestions... Breakfast is important to give the body what it needs for the rest of the day, there would be no point having a balanced Lunch and Tea if your Breakfast ain't satisfying enough.
                          Last edited by marc; 09-24-2013, 01:42 AM.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by jenhamer View Post
                            Chocotaco I don't quite know where you think the unhealthy fats are as this is a paleo recipe, and my almond milk contains almonds and water. In my view this is a healthy meal and I thought oatmeal were not paleo anyway?
                            Lots of unsatruated fats in that, flax-seed is omega 3 so it may even be prone to more oxidation. Oatmeal isn't too bad, even though it isn't paleo.

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                            • #29
                              It's not just the PUFA, though that's a big problem since they'll likely polymerize inside the body to an extent. Those foods are very rich in estrogenic lignans, high in lectins, are very calorie dense, not very nutritious, very high in phytate and contain very poor quality fiber. People rag on grains for being difficult to digest - and they are - but nuts and seeds are even more difficult to digest. They're IMO the absolute worst. That's not to say I never eat nuts - I do here and there - but seeds like flax, chia, hemp...I can't understand why anyone would eat them. They're bad for you and taste terrible. It's just inflammatory stuff.
                              Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.

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                              • #30
                                I think sometimes its what works for you. I don't seem to suffer at all from eating nuts and seeds, just like some people find that going paleo does not work for them. It would not be right if we were all the same, we all react differently to different things. Good luck with what your doing, but personally I am sticking to what works for me, hey we only live once

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