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I had my follow-up endoscppy 2 weeks ago, and the news wasn't good - I'm not healing as well as my doctor had hoped. I'm going to go back to the basics, chicken and steamed veggies, but can you suggest things for breakfast and lunch? I've been eating rice cakes with peanut butter for breakfast, and leftovers for lunch.

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Breakfast is the hardest meal for me, since I'm allergic to eggs. I eat apple slices with almond butter, gluten-free cereal with rice milk, Arrowhead Mills "Rice and Shine" hot cereal, rice bread toast with almond butter (I don't do peanuts), sometimes a smoothie with rice protein powder added, and sometimes leftover chicken from dinner.

For lunch I take lots of salads. Also, baked potatoes are good. You can zap one in the microwave at work for 5 minutes before anyone else needs it or bake it ahead and heat it up. Just add your choice of toppings.

Liz

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For breakfast: hard boiled eggs, fruit salad, omelettes (green pepper, red pepper, onion, and garlic with eggs).

For lunch: Salads with tuna or salmon, leftovers from dinner, chicken soup, chili, stir fries, stew, ect.

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for breakfast I've been getting the Enjoy Life Foods snack bars... Enjoy Life Foods is one of the first companies to adopt the new gluten-free labeling certification and they are also free of most other common allergens as well. I also supplement those with fruit. A banana or orange or apple... or even a grapefruit or pineapple...

you could also have leftovers for breakfast. There is no rule that says you have to have breakfast foods for breakfast! If you have made something really yummy for dinner, why not have some leftovers for breakfast?

can you eat eggs?

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smoothies are good for any time of the day! easy to make too! :-)

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My favorite breakfast recently is cold chicken breast and applesauce. I love the little servings of Santa Cruz organic apple sauce. When I'm feeling more ambitious i cook spinach and mushroom omelettes, also after I work out I LOVE a rice cake with mustard, sliced turkey, cheese (melted) and tomatoes!

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