[quote]RIT Jared wrote:
I disagree with sasquatch.
Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day as it is your first opportunity to feed after the night of fasting. Yes, a pop-tart is better than nothing, but nothing and pop-tart are pretty fucking close on the shitty scale.
The best thing you can probably eat with limited cooking access is a cup or a cup and a half of WHOLE ROLLED OATS (or steel cut) with some milk and a couple scoops of protein. Mix this all up with a spoon until it gets to an eatable consistency. You can actually mix it up in one of those cheap Glad tupperwares and bring it to class with you if you’re running late. Add a piece of fruit to that and you’re good to go.
Another point against the “pop-tart theory”:
Your breakfast can shape what you eat for the rest of the day. If you eat a shitty breakfast then you’re more inclined to say “fuck it” for the rest of the day and make it into a cheat day, or whatever it is you want to call it when you don’t eat what you’re supposed to. [/quote]
You focus a 3 paragraph rant on a ‘throw-in’ sentence.
Did you take the time to read and digest the message I was giving.
There is always going to be
choices to be made for meals. And yes breakfast is an important meal, but it doesn’t have to be perfect each time. Wait 'till you have 3 kids–2 still in diapers–and tell me then how often you eat steel cut whole rolled oats for breakfast. And then exactly 45 minutes later some protein. Then a P&C meal 2 hours after that…blah blah blah.
What’s important is to do your best as often as possible. You guys are just setting yourself up for failure if you honestly believe a less than perfect meal automatically wrecks that day and turns it into a cheat day.
Eat some more
Have a beer, watch the game, bang your girl, for Christ’s sake have some fun