Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Does A Body Good

Usually when you hear the phrase "does a body good" milk comes to mind.

Don't get me wrong I love me some milk. Milk doesn't seem to love me back though.

What I am referring to when I say does a body good is what I believe to be the most important meal of the day.

Breakfast!

I definitely notice a difference in my energy level and hunger throughout the day based off of what I choose to eat as the first meal of the day.

Lately, since I have been home based, I am taking delight in starting the day off with a little bit of this. Not only are they full of goodness, when I cook them like this it is almost as if they are staring at me from the pan and smiling. I either think of that or am reminded of the game PacMan which takes me back to a simpler time.

How about you? Do you take the time for breakfast each day? What's your current favorite choice?

Peace and Love Peeps.

5 comments:

Brad said...

I've never been a early morning eater but if I don't have something by 10 I'm feeling pretty pokey - normally it's yogurt and fruit - maybe toast if I'm feeling wild!

Dez said...

Sometimes I love bacon and eggs & toast; or a taquito (carne guisada) - I know... BAD! So, on other days I will have cereal or oatmeal and blueberries and/or banana, or strawberries. Yes, it does my body good if I eat Breakfast!

~Sheila~ said...

I actually DO have time for breakfast but I don't eat it because I am one of those people who fall asleep after eating. I drive around all day and I don't like to be groggy driving.
I LOVE milk but I'm lactose intolerant.
I eat when I finish work. That way I can crash and wake up at midnight...lol.

Kathy said...

Just about every morning I have a ciabatta roll with Smart Balance, a small Eggbeaters omelet with cheese, and a banana.

Cheryl said...

I have to eat breakfast, but it's usually a few hours after I wake up. For years I ate an oatmeal concoction every single day. I've been having some variety of Special K every morning with fruit lately. I'm a creature of habit.