The Breakfast Sandwich

July 2, 2009

My first video blog! Welcome to my kitchen!

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day when it comes to weight loss, but many people skip it. If time is a barrier to your healthy breakfast needs, check out this video. It takes less than six minutes to have a healthy ready to go breakfast – and you can even make it the night before.

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7 Responses to “The Breakfast Sandwich”


  1. […] If you work, pack a bag the night before with breakfast, lunch and ideally 2-3 snacks. 1 mid-morning, a 2nd if you eat a late lunch, and one to eat right as you’re heading home. Ideal snacks are fruit, vegetables, yogurt, ½ oz nuts or 1/2 Cliff or Odwalla bar. If you’re home during the day, aim for structure: rather than mindlessly grazing throughout the day, aim to eat a mini-meal every 3 hours. Have breakfast be the largest meal, and gradually taper off as you go. (See my video on a breakfast idea.) […]

  2. Heather Says:

    you. are. amazing. what a GREAT first video and so helpful!

  3. americanadian07 Says:

    Wow Megan! This is GREAT! You are so natural in the kitchen… you would be great at your own show or as a regular on a local news channel. Get an agent!

  4. Caroline Says:

    WOW, Meghan, this is a great video. You are made for the camera!! This is one of my favorite breakfasts.

  5. Sammy Says:

    I love it!!! I’m so proud of you! This is great- what we always talked about doing! Keep it up


  6. […] If you work, pack a bag the night before with breakfast, lunch and ideally 2-3 snacks. 1 mid-morning, a 2nd if you eat a late lunch, and one to eat right as you’re heading home. Ideal snacks are fruit, vegetables, yogurt, ½ oz nuts or 1/2 Cliff or Odwalla bar. If you’re home during the day, aim for structure: rather than mindlessly grazing throughout the day, aim to eat a mini-meal every 3 hours. Have breakfast be the largest meal, and gradually taper off as you go. (See my video on a breakfast idea.) […]


  7. […] If you work, pack a bag the night before with breakfast, lunch and ideally 2-3 snacks. 1 mid-morning, a 2nd if you eat a late lunch, and one to eat right as you’re heading home. Ideal snacks are fruit, vegetables, yogurt, ½ oz nuts or 1/2 Cliff or Odwalla bar. If you’re home during the day, aim for structure: rather than mindlessly grazing throughout the day, aim to eat a mini-meal every 3 hours. Have breakfast be the largest meal, and gradually taper off as you go. (See my video on a breakfast idea.) […]


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