• Kari

    Give us an article about what to eat for breakfast to keep u full

    • jon johnson

      eggs and bacon!

    • Earl

      Oatmeal, home made brown bread with peanut butter, berries, yogurt, almonds, and dried blueberries. These foods digest slow, keep your metabolism burning slow, and will get you to lunch time feeling full and satisfied… plus they are good for your digestive system

    • Lindsay

      Steel cut oats or quick oats (NOT Quaker), a few eggs with yolks, and perhaps a little fruit.

  • Hungry Dude

    I agree with Kari, it’s so hard to choose the right things to eat!!!

  • jon johnson

    So your telling me that if i eat a Whole Grain bagel instead of a White Bagel then i wont get Diabetes? Bread is Bread no matter how you slice it! its all Wheat it all causes inflammation! BTW its the Grains that cause the inflammation not the calories! if we all ate like cavemen them there would be no Diabetes or at least very little! Also, Butter has got a bad rap but contrary to popular belief, its actually good for you as long as it is “pastured” or as some might say “grass fed”! #PALEO

    • Fullerene

      First of all, we don’t know what cavemen ate, and even if we did, we know they didn’t have a very long lifespan. You’re also conflating inflammation (and I think you’re implying something about gluten) with diabetes. The fact is that refined wheat has a higher glycemic index (a term you should become familiar with) than whole grain wheat does — that is the main problem.

      You present a lot of pop diet advice, but it’s full of errors.

      • Davin Evans

        We do know what Native Americans ate and many studies have been done on how traumatizing the American diet has been for them.

  • jon johnson

    Also about those Nitrates…..Did you know that Celery contains very high amounts of Nitrates? Actually most green vegetable do….Does that mean I shouldnt eat any Green Vegetables then? The Nitrate Free Bacon and hot dogs that seem to be the tread now have what?…..hey….Celery Powder! AKA:Nitrates! so pick your battles! Not that i would eat at a fast food joint (beacuse i DO NOT) cause they do have Trans fat even if they say they dont!

  • http://twitter.com/marystod Mary Nash Stoddard

    Thank you for this excellent article! Soft boiled egg (organic) on dry toast w/fruit & blk. coffee for me. Or, organic crunchy peanut butter on toast w/my blk coffee. Sometimes a small bowl of org. granola w/org. whole milk for an occasional treat. Also like a small piece of salmon or tuna w/org. low fat cream cheese on toast. An all-organic smoothie is good, too. Loved the article. — Mary Nash Stoddard/author Deadly Deception Story of Aspartame

  • Cindi C

    I have a whole wheat bagel sandwich with JennyO turkey bacon and egg beaters with a side of fresh blueberries and strawberries. Fiber bar for lunch then a lean chicken breast with veggies round 5 pm. Only fruit after 5. I need my big meal in morning. Is that ok?

  • lillian breedlove

    people need to have their gall bladders checked to make sure it isn’t causing the problem with diabetes….

  • John Warren Goerger

    HATE PEANUT BUTTER BESIDES IT STINKS!

  • bad dog

    Oatmeal before work with fruit the best.
    Good dunkin donuts
    Better McDonalds
    Best Panera

  • Bert

    The best thing to eat is often nothing. I used to get hungry every morning no matter what I ate. Now, I never do and feel more energy than I ever did with breakfast. Try intermittent fasting. Fast-5 worked for me.

    • Fullerene

      For a lot of people, the drop in blood sugar in the morning makes them unproductive, and it makes students restless, distracted, and poor learners. I’m glad you feel better with your fasting, but it is definitely not for everybody, especially those with metabolic disorders.

      For what anecdotal evidence is worth, which is very little, I find that I feel and function better when I have a healthy breakfast versus when I just skip eating in the morning.

      • Bert

        Anecdotal evidence is not good for extending to the general population, but there’s no better evidence than your own experience to go by for your body, your diet, your schedule, and your environment. It’s better information than loosely-relevant NHANES study, which is now accused of being incompatible with reality. http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-10/uosc-4yo100913.php
        The dawn phenomenon is not just in diabetics. Have you measured your morning glucose? Those with metabolic disorders stand to benefit most from adapting to daily fasting, since it resets appetite and drops weight. Humans did not evolve eating breakfast. Whether someone is better off with or without it should not be assumed, but should be put the test with enough time for adaptation.

        • Marcia

          Sir, I do not know if you deal with a metabolic disorder. I have been dealing with this since I was 6 years old, now turning 65, diabetic only in the last 5 years and as of last week back to the meds I was on 5 years ago. It is about eating healthy and avoiding major fluctuations. Why complicate the challenge with daily fasting? In fact my son-in-law deals with dawn phenomenon and I know for sure it is very unpredictable.You were right in the beginning to suggest that your own experience is what matters. It is tempting of course to be self-righteous when you are doing something that works for you. But in fact our bodies are complex and unique. There is no one thing that works the same for everyone, but I suspect that if you will be honest with yourself, you already know that. Since it is speculation to suggest how ancient man ate, we can only assume that eating the things of the earth as they were created and not morphed and to take personal responsibility for our own health. The closer to that we can get, the more we can become what we were intended to be.

          • Esmee

            Really I often wonder what is the real purpose of the communication when people share off the wall anecdotal evidence. Are those people that desperate for attention that they feel compelled to challenge experts and waste our time?

  • Nancy Chandler Hills

    I do a lot of endurance running, I find that by adding peanut butter to almost any grain based food (whole wheat breads, oatmeal etc) it seems to give me a long lasting state of full, in the afternoons I add PB to apples if I feel the apple is not enough, in the last three years I have now lost 80 pounds, slow but steady !

    • Meryl at Beanstalk

      Even without the running, I too, find quality nuts to be a great thing to eat. I don’t gain weight. Very satisfying in moderation.

  • Shamrock

    I usually have oatmeal with raisins, ground flaxseed and cinnamon, and two eggs.

    Or, other days I make a smoothie: a banana, frozen berries, greek yogurt, teaspoon of peanut butter, granola, almond milk, water and cinnamon. Either choice I make, I get a lot of energy and I am full for hours.

  • Meryl at Beanstalk

    OMG, people still eat this stuff?

  • Meryl at Beanstalk

    Good protein and yummy. Sprout raw buckwheat (easy easy easy) then in the morning cook half of it in almond milk (take a minute) add flaked coconut, and some nuts. Add the add some more sprouts raw for the enzymes. Still need more. Heck, toss in some bananas or apples. Fats are filling. I’d have an good fresh (not Walmart) egg or two if you have time.

  • Mary

    Great info, but It’s Fat Tuesday- In Cleveland that means we eat donuts all day long. you should have posted this tomorrow! :)

  • Scott

    Give us a realistic recipe of something that most everyone have in the kitchen already. It would be pretty easy to eat healthy if I lived in a grocery store.

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