Question of the day

Do you eat breakfast? 31 Million Americans skip this meal. Men between the ages of 18-34 are most likely to skip it and women ages 55 and older are least likely to skip it.

What do you have on a normal day? Is there a day you’ll be more likely to “go all out” for your breakfast?

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11 Responses to Question of the day

  1. mssc54 says:

    I don’t have a set pattern. I may eat a bannana. Some days I skip. Other days I try to get a “lunch” breakfast. Ham and cheese sandwich or go to Arby’s and get the conrbeefe combo with a large sweet tea and jalapino poppers.

  2. Jason says:

    I think i would go into some form of shock if I did not eat breakfast. I usually have two pieces of whole wheat toast with peanut butter along with 16oz of coffee.

  3. Jenny says:

    I hate breakfast! If I don’t work in the morning, I’ll have coffee first. Then maybe a hr later I’ll have a pc of toast or bagel. If I work in the morning, I have to force myself to eat. Otherwise I will get the shakes at work. That’s why I alway carry a TON of snacks in my purse!

  4. SKL says:

    I used to be pretty good about eating breakfast, but now I am usually too busy running around getting my kids ready in the morning. I come back home and start work with a cup of coffee. Then some time later in the morning I’ll go get something to eat. Nowadays it’s usually leftovers from some recent dinner. I just eat it to clear it away. Can’t stand to waste food. But I kinda wish we had less of it so I could eat what I “want” sometimes.

  5. Laura says:

    I used to be big on cereal, because I was always told that that’s “what you eat” for breakfast. But I was always chew-on-the-walls hungry like an hour later. So I stopped eating breakfast altogether, but then I would get cranky and sluggish and just awful to be around.

    Lately, I’ve been doing straight protein breakfasts – some sort of eggs, sometimes accompanied by ham or turkey sausage. Occasionally, I’ll make a shrimp/egg white omlette (don’t knock it till you try it!!), and I’ve hit the jackpot. The protein holds me for HOURS. I’ll never go back to cereal or oatmeal.

  6. Joy says:

    I’m terrible about eating breakfast and I can do it for a while and then I tire of it. I love eggs and breakfast food but just not in the morning. Since the challenges I’ve tried and tried to eat in the morning because it’s been drummed into my head how important it is and I can do it for a while and then I’m back to the coffee only. I think it was all the years of smoking. Most smokers just want cigs and coffee in the morning.

  7. Nikki says:

    That’s one meal I have to force myself to eat, and most of the time I don’t. I just can’t. I might be able to force myself to eat a yogurt or something very light. I am not one that will sit down and eat pancakes, or eggs for breakfast. Although, I did over the weekend! I made myself, because we’d be hiking all day.

    Some days, I have no appetite until 2-3pm, but I make myself eat at least something for lunch, or I do get the shakes.

    Bailey HAS to eat in the morning, which is a great thing. He’s still half a sleep and he’s needing food!

  8. Sue says:

    I need to eat breakfast! If I’m at work, breakfast is oatmeal, maybe toast, and a cup of coffee and milk. If I’m at home, it’s usually cereal (I LOVE cereal!) and a cup of coffee. I have always needed to eat in the morning and I’m very thankful!

    • Nikki says:

      It really is a great thing, to need to eta in the morning. I wish I did. It was the ONE thing I got a little lecture about at my last annual! lol

  9. While I often could get to 11 or 12 without eating breakfast, I never skip this meal. I love eating when I wake up. I also love breakfast foods in general (cereal, toast, eggs, pancakes, waffles) and will often eat breakfast foods for dinner as well :D.

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