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    A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by chris c on Fri Jan 27 2017, 00:09

    https://twitter.com/davidludwigmd/status/823175774417154048

    Just exactly the sort of thing my dietician recommended back in the nineties.
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    Re: A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by graham64 on Fri Jan 27 2017, 21:52

    @chris c wrote:https://twitter.com/davidludwigmd/status/823175774417154048

    Just exactly the sort of thing my dietician recommended back in the nineties.

    The fat phobia still lives on with today's dietitians facepalm


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    Re: A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by Derek on Sat Jan 28 2017, 11:01

    Three large eggs fried lightly in 2 table spoons of olive oil mopped up by a large portion of flaked almonds, perhaps just a desert spoon of jumbo oat meal. Two mugs of tea made with whole milk.
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    Post by chris c on Sat Jan 28 2017, 21:54

    That's the way to do it!
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    Re: A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by chris c on Wed Feb 01 2017, 21:26

    https://www.bda.uk.com/foodfacts/breakfast.pdf

    That would have my BG turned up to 11, and back down below 4 a couple of hours later by which time I'd be starving famished and probably craving a Belvita. Not going there again.
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    Re: A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by Jan1 on Fri Feb 03 2017, 10:35


    I see Derek had eggs the other day too!

    Eggs are so good for a healthy breakfast!
    Perhaps add a few mushrooms?

    Now was the egg on the left Eddie's and the egg on the right mine ?

    Definitely add a cup of tea or coffee, whatever your preference

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    Re: A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by graham64 on Fri Feb 03 2017, 21:21

    @chris c wrote:https://www.bda.uk.com/foodfacts/breakfast.pdf

    That would have my BG turned up to 11, and back down below 4 a couple of hours later by which time I'd be starving famished and probably craving a Belvita. Not going there again.

    Well what did you expect from the BDA  Wink but hey it's evidence based nutricrap so it must be OK  Rolling Eyes


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    Re: A Healthy Breakfast

    Post by chris c on Sat Feb 04 2017, 23:18

    As someone said

    Nutritional Epidemiology - the science of pulling numbers of out your arse

    Metastudies - pulling numbers out of your arse and then torturing them

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