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    Good Morning Breakfast

    This morning I cut up some fresh lettuce. I added peppers, broccoli, dehydrated dates, papaya, apricots, and craisins. II then added walnuts, flax and egg beater.
    I use Grapeseed oil
    I made enough for four people I feel. I only had a small portion.[IMG][URL=http://s1192.photobucket.com/user/CliffordManthey/media/DSCN5345_zps6aef4fc4.jpg.html][/URL][/IMG]
    Instead of egg beater I will use Tofu firm at times.

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    nice recipe for your breakfast!

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    good recipe for breakfast and thanks for sharing this amazing recipe....

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    Wow! that recipe sure looks yummy!

    We encourage you to post more of your nutritious recipe,

    so we could get more motivated to eat healthy at all times.

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    Wow! that recipe sure looks yummy!

    We encourage you to post more of your nutritious recipe,

    so we could get more motivated to eat healthy at all times.

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    Look good. Lettuce is one of popular green leafy-vegetables. It can strengthen eye health with high content of vitamin A and beta-carotence and vitamin K, which can fight Alzheimer's disease. Lettuce can also be beneficially for pregnant mothers as vitamin C and folate contained play a vital role in prevention of the neural tube defects in the baby (fetus) during pregnancy.

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    My breakfast recipe

    Thank you, I really liked your recipe. I would like to share my favorite.
    Ingredients: 2 eggs, 2 glasses of milk, sausage, finely chopped Cheddar cheese. First mix the milk, sausage and eggs, when it's ready, add the cheese ...

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    Sounds yummy and healthy! My usual breakfast is yogurt and berries. Sometimes I add wheat bread and cheese and glass of fresh orange juice.

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    Thanks!

    Many thanks for the recipe! I will definitely try to cook! though now I'm more interested in the question: [URL="http://essayontime.com.au/assignment-writing-services"]can you find trusted assignment writing website for aussie?[/URL] It is very difficult to adhere to proper nutrition and to watch what you eat when you are loaded with studies (((((

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    For breakfast I usually have a homemade protein shake. I want to build the muscles and my trainer advised me to drink such shakes every morning. I keep it in a special plastic bottles that I ordered here [url]https://allinpackaging.co.uk/containers/bottle/[/url] and I always take it with me wherever I go. Want to take part in the local bodybuilding contest in 2 months

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