Re: The Vegetarian Stance
Yeah, I can't get over it either. It is totally logical to have a hearty breakfast to give you energy for the day! Thinking back to how I used to eat very little or foods that had no nutrition, no wonder I had that midmorning slump. The whole belief or mind set that most of us were trained in to eat a light grain breakfast for the most part amounts to another program - and as always these programs do us no good at all!Laura said:That's what we are hearing from all over and what we experience ourselves. Who would have ever thought that having your biggest and richest meal of the day at breakfast could be so life-changing? How did we lose this knowledge? Geeze, when you think about it, it is so logical.D Rusak said:I never believed I would say this, but yes, yes, yes! I have been eating a much higher fat/protein breakfast than ever before, and it is amazing to me how much more energy I have.
I've been having: turkey bacon fried in a little ghee, refried beans (made them myself, so not as much scary stuff in them), and mashed avocado or guacamole on top of a buckwheat blini or other "bread" type substitute. It's been years (as in, probably since elementary school) since I remember not having the mid-morning dip in energy I've been accustomed to. That mid-morning dive, incidentally, was a strong reason for my drinking coffee or tea for years.
My two pesos, anyhow.