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    what is a good primal breakfast?

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    whats a good primal breakfast? i normally just have crunchy nut and whey protein

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    Four years Primal with influences from Jaminet & Shanahan and a focus on being anti-inflammatory. Using Primal to treat CVD and prevent stents from blocking free of drugs.

    Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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    Add some coconut milk to it. My spouse always has protein shake for breakfast, but when I started adding a 1/4c coconut milk, he found it held him longer, and tastes better.

    Otherwise: meat, any kind, eggs, anyway (I keep boiled eggs on hand all the time); salad if you can do that first thing in the morning.
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    I eat 3 eggs fried in butter, onion, red pepper, sweet potato and some grass fed hamburger sauteed in butter, then I have some steamed broccoli slathered in butter. Oh, heck yes...mmmm!

    My son has 'pancakes'...basically mashed sweet potato mixed with egg, vanilla and cinnamon then fried in coconut oil. That shit is goooood! And it's the only way to get him to eat eggs.

    My husband eats 4 eggs fried in butter with about 5-8 oz of grass fed beef sauteed in butter and onions, sometimes topped with salsa.
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    I eat three eggs fried in coconut oil with spinach most mornings or full fat fage yogurt w/berries and an apple. Sometimes a can of wild salmon and an apple.

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    5 Strips of bacon and 3 eggs, double that on a weightlifting day. Add fruit on a sprinting day.

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    IF or bacon/ eggs here. Usually IF and tea.
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    This morning I woke up around 11ish... late night... anyways, drank a protein shake then walked for an hour and a half (usually my morning cardio) I dont really count the protein shake my breakfast even though it does break my fast, after my walk I make my first Primal Meal! this morning I had 4 whole eggs (usually have only 2 or 3) with steamed asparagus and brocolli with liberal amounts of raw organic butter melted on them. It was delicious!

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    Today: dinner-sized bowl of chicken soup. Past: steak, eggs, & broccoli; bacon, eggs, & mustard greens; eggs with caramelized onions; heart and liver curry; heart and liver stew.... basically most days I'll have the same sort of food I'd have for lunch or dinner. If it's the weekend I might throw some eggs in there, but during the week I prep and box breakfast the night before and I prefer my eggs freshly cooked.

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