One of the difficulties of eating Paleo has been knowing what to eat for breakfast. Our culture has turned “breakfast” into a meal traditionally filled with junkfood, even by non-paleo standards. However, when you eliminate dairy, sugar, grains and cereals, it can be daunting to know what to eat and still feel like it’s a “breakfast.”
Some friends I know have just slowly migrated away from thinking of breakfast as anything else than another meal, and regularly eat fish, and chicken, and steak–normal proteins not often found on morning menus–for breakfast.
I wanted to bring this up for the Paleo Plan members, and ask you what your thoughts and preferences are on this tricky meal, as well as see how we’ve been doing. So, what do you guys think? What do you want in your morning menus?
Also, take a look at this article by Scott Hagnas on Paleo Breakfasts.
We’ve looked at our members’ feedback, and have continued to adapt the Paleo Plan to your suggestions.
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