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How to Kick Your Thyroid’s Ass: Redefining Breakfast written by Liz Schau, Editor “How to Kick Your Thyroid’s Ass” health and nutrition, Dear Thyroid, wrote a wonderful piece about the foods we eat at breakfast. The conversation today was incredible. So many people shared their breakfast food choices, a few recipes and much more. Thank you to everyone.

Today’s comment of the day;

amy says: March 28, 2010 at 1:14 pm

Great article! B/c I eat grain free already my breakfast is usually pretty protein dense. I eat a lot of eggs. If we have leftover meat and veggies, I will make scrambled eggs w/them. Lately, b/c of my pregnancy, I have been craving bready things. I have been experimenting w/ coconut flour. I have made wonderful blueberry muffins (honey as a sweetener) and pancakes. B/c coconut flour needs so much moisture they have a lot of eggs in them and therefore more protein. I have been tempted and gave in w/the sweetened yogurts the last week. It just tastes so yummy to me. But, yesterday bought whole milk yogurt and I like to eat that w/a bit of honey and cinnamon (great for insulin related problems). My Dr. has told me it is best to start the day of w/ protein and eat carby foods later in the day. I am setting myself up for a better day by making wise fueling choices in the morning.

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