Muelsi is WONDERFUL, and lasts a long time. If you're like me and have a sweet tooth at night, make up a bowl of hot muelsi an hour or so after dinner, but more than 3 hours before bed, and it will hold you off till breakfast the next morning. As someone else said, muelsi and yogurt is awesome together. I don't really know about the rest though.
01/10/2010 - 1:00pm
By waking up my gut with food in the morning is not a good idea. I try to hold off with warm tea and distraction. Once I take a bite of anything the war is on all day. Don
01/01/2010 - 11:44am
12/25/2009 - 1:49am
is there anything about a healthy lunch
12/04/2009 - 8:57am
I was recently diagnosed with high cholesterol...so high my doc said i was near stroke or heart attack...so i got scared straight and started eating only thing that lower cholesterol and aid in losing weight...i'm now hookede on these breakfast tips...by the way i'm 57 yr old female and not ready to die ..so any help is appreciated email is firstname.lastname@example.org thanx
11/30/2009 - 9:06am
These ALL sound good but how many calories do they contain?
Calories DO count don't they.
I would like to eat like this, but not at the cost of just as high or higher calories.
11/28/2009 - 5:46pm
An hour before doing pilates, I enjoy a container of fat free yogurt with a serving of muesli. I mix them together and it's filling and long lasting.
10/30/2009 - 6:28pm
All of these breakfasts sound delicious, especially the muesli! I love cereal, so that would be an awesome choice.