On a drive to eat healthier.

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    Brydo

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    Brydo

    Conscious of the need to eat better I am trying to eat more “healthy” food. Porridge, blueberries and a banana for breakfast keeps me regular lol.

    The other fruits I’m not so keen on but will persevere.

    Does anyone else have a healthy breakfast routine?

    #141046 Reply
    Brydo

    Just as I sent that last post a parcel was delivered from my daughter to cheer me and mum up.

     

    #141048 Reply
    Brydo

    The healthy eating may have to go on hold for a week or so lol.

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    Mike 700
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    I have had a banana, orange or easy pealer clementine, a small pear and a few black grapes, almost every morning for the last year , plus the occasional small yoghurt or spoonful or two of Muesli or oats, Sometimes with milk but mainly with water .

    Previously I had toast and jam or similar, and started on the fruit to try and keep the weight down.

    Don’t think that we lose a lot of weight, as fruit can sometimes be quite high in sugar?

     

    VW Tiguan SEL in Silver White.

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    gothitjulie
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    I’ve been told I’m a reprobate for eating my usual breakfast of prawns.

     

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    Brydo

    Well Julie that’s a new one on me, prawns for breakfast, I’ll stick with my porridge thanks.

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    Tharg
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    Prawns for breakfast? How delightfully decadent. Much respect, Julie.

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    Menorca Mike
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    I love a prawn cocktail

    BBC Breakfast expert, VW Golf driver.

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    Brydo

    I see they are highlighting people with a BMI of over 30 to be at more risk of death from the virus. Even more reason, if any were needed, to reduce weight and get fit.

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    gothitjulie
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    The problem with prawns is they are high in salt, so if you do venture down the decadence of prawns for breakfast remember you’ll use up half your salt intake for the day before it gets started.

    The good thing about prawns is they are very low in fats & carbs of course, hence the snowflake generation came up with the idea of prawn avocado to counter the health benefits, although oleic acid (the fat in avocados & olive oil) probably isn’t much of a worry in anything but the calorie counting department.

    And with that I’m off out to sneak up on a pheasant or grouse in the EV to bag my dinner……

    Knowing my luck it’ll be roadkill badger again.

     

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    Tharg
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    I’ve no objection to eating roadkill. Trouble is what do you do with their bikes?

    (Apologies to Frankie Boyle)

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    Mike 700
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    Toothpicks?

    VW Tiguan SEL in Silver White.

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