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    What did you eat for breakfast today?

    I ate Sweet Potato Pancakes with eggs.

    This is a 2-ingredient, super east, healthy pro-thyroid and gluten free Sweet Potato Pancake recipe. Sweet potatoes are great because they are considered a fruit. They contain more fructose than glucose which is easy for the liver to store as energy, to use for thyroid hormone conversion and does not over stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin. These can be used any way you want from pairing with a nice organic grass fed steak to eating with eggs and fruit. The key, never eat them alone and always pair with a protein.

    Ingredients:
    1/2 cup mashed sweet potato (the flesh from 1 medium-small cooked sweet potato)
    2 eggs
    oil or butter for cooking
    pinch of salt

    Instructions:
    Whisk together (with hands or blender) the sweet potato and eggs until well-combined. Add seasonings, if desired, and stir.
    Heat oil or butter over medium-low heat (I prefer coconut oil).
    Drop the sweet potato mixture by the tablespoon and cook for 3-5 minutes.
    Flip each cake and cook for an additional 3-5 minutes, until lightly golden brown on the outside and cooked through.

    Note: I make very small cakes, using only a tablespoon of batter. They will need to cook longer if you make bigger pancakes. Lower heat works better, and donít try to flip them before totally cooked on one side.

    Add maple syrup and Enjoy!




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    Quote Originally Posted by thebear View Post
    I ate Sweet Potato Pancakes with eggs.

    This is a 2-ingredient, super east, healthy pro-thyroid and gluten free Sweet Potato Pancake recipe. Sweet potatoes are great because they are considered a fruit. They contain more fructose than glucose which is easy for the liver to store as energy, to use for thyroid hormone conversion and does not over stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin. These can be used any way you want from pairing with a nice organic grass fed steak to eating with eggs and fruit. The key, never eat them alone and always pair with a protein.

    Ingredients:
    1/2 cup mashed sweet potato (the flesh from 1 medium-small cooked sweet potato)
    2 eggs
    oil or butter for cooking
    pinch of salt

    Instructions:
    Whisk together (with hands or blender) the sweet potato and eggs until well-combined. Add seasonings, if desired, and stir.
    Heat oil or butter over medium-low heat (I prefer coconut oil).
    Drop the sweet potato mixture by the tablespoon and cook for 3-5 minutes.
    Flip each cake and cook for an additional 3-5 minutes, until lightly golden brown on the outside and cooked through.

    Note: I make very small cakes, using only a tablespoon of batter. They will need to cook longer if you make bigger pancakes. Lower heat works better, and donít try to flip them before totally cooked on one side.

    Add maple syrup and Enjoy!




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    You saw what I had. Lol.

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    Bowl of oatmeal with a banana and a 3 scoop protein shake.

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    Every single morning different.
    Today it was: 5 whole eggs, 2 pieces of butter bread, 4 chicken sausages and 250gr of yoghurt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thebear View Post
    I ate Sweet Potato Pancakes with eggs.

    This is a 2-ingredient, super east, healthy pro-thyroid and gluten free Sweet Potato Pancake recipe. Sweet potatoes are great because they are considered a fruit. They contain more fructose than glucose which is easy for the liver to store as energy, to use for thyroid hormone conversion and does not over stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin. These can be used any way you want from pairing with a nice organic grass fed steak to eating with eggs and fruit. The key, never eat them alone and always pair with a protein.

    Ingredients:
    1/2 cup mashed sweet potato (the flesh from 1 medium-small cooked sweet potato)
    2 eggs
    oil or butter for cooking
    pinch of salt

    Instructions:
    Whisk together (with hands or blender) the sweet potato and eggs until well-combined. Add seasonings, if desired, and stir.
    Heat oil or butter over medium-low heat (I prefer coconut oil).
    Drop the sweet potato mixture by the tablespoon and cook for 3-5 minutes.
    Flip each cake and cook for an additional 3-5 minutes, until lightly golden brown on the outside and cooked through.

    Note: I make very small cakes, using only a tablespoon of batter. They will need to cook longer if you make bigger pancakes. Lower heat works better, and donít try to flip them before totally cooked on one side.

    Add maple syrup and Enjoy!




    I am a part time Proctologist and full time Gynecologist
    Delicious! Must make ! Seriously some good looking stacks! Especially w some steaks!

    Max

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    That looks good!

    Same old for me:

    10oz egg whites
    1tbsp mac nut oil
    2tbsp milled flax seed
    2 packs Quaker banana peanut butter oats
    1 truvia
    Some sugar free Italian cream creamer

    In a shake...

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    Those sweet potato pancakes look awesome!

    1 cup broccoli
    1 cup spinach
    1 cup blueberries
    1 cup protein almond and cashew milk
    1 tbsp chia seeds
    1/2 avocado
    1 scoop UMP

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    same as usual. Grapenuts, Fairlife,
    Fruit and 93/7 patties!

    Max

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    5 oz sliced sirloin
    1oz mature white cheddar
    40 grams raw almonds
    1 cup strawberries
    1/2 avocado



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    Dave's killer bagel
    8 oz chicken breast
    75 gram protein shake
    1/2 cup dry oats mixed in the shake

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    1 serving of frosted mini wheat's
    1 cup 1% milk
    1 whole egg, 4 egg whites
    2 cups trop50 orange juice
    2 cups black coffee

    That's pretty much my breakfast every single day. I switch the frosted mini wheat's from original to strawberry to blueberry. I don't cook the eggs, I whisk them all together in a cup and chug it. Been drinking raw eggs almost every single day for about 10 years and only got salmonella once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    same as usual. Grapenuts, Fairlife,
    Fruit and 93/7 patties!

    Max
    You got me hooked on fairlife, the chocolate milk is awesome!

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    Wife and Kids (the little ones, three and five) made me a special breakfast of 8 eggs over easy, a bowl of oatmeal with raisins, biscuits and gravy, and maple sausages. Then we all sat down and ate breakfast together as a family with the little ones beaming proud smiles about making Daddy breakfast . . .

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    Bulking or cutting, 5-6 whole eggs for sure. Past month it has been 5 eggs, 1 light english muffin, 1 piece turkey sausage. 2 months ago my breakfast was 1,000-1,200 calories of eggs, potatoes, oats, daves bagel, and/or banana. Been slowly stripping carbs past few months and now I'm down to about 600 calories in the morning.

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