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What type of Medifast recipes were used during the ww2 on the american home front?

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Quick question: What type of Medifast recipes were used during the ww2 on the american home front? Thanks for any response. My other question... Since I no longer drink.

Coffee.

, I have kind of wandered in a fog til 9am or so. But I have come upon a really nice breakfast..

I start with protein chicken noodle soup, the warmth wakes up my tummy! Then in about 30 mins, I have a half cup of oatmeal and mini blueberries, followed up with my orange chewable Celebrate multi-vitamin and a *sip* of water. It's like having.

Coffee.

And OJ back! How healthy, and perfect to get me going in the morning!.

What do you wake up to?..

Comments (7)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

I start my day with a big cup of regular.

Coffee.

Usually a bold roast like French or Sumatra with a splash of Vanilla SF Torani and Vanilla Soy Milk then it's off for a AM walk (weather permitting) have since 1 month out (4+ years ago) then I have breakfast when I return... that varies on my mood, the.

Heat.

, etc...

Comment #2

I start my day with decaf! I get really good decaf.

Coffee.

Too!! Sometimes I will have orange sunrise Crystal Light. Close to juice!!!.

I am not an early morning person so my breakfast is around 10/11. Yogurt, oatmeal, eggs, turkey sausage or bacon, cottage cheese with fruit or protein smoothie are my usual choices...

Comment #3

I still drink my daily latte, use nonfat milk now and still use my sugared syrup, just not as much as I used to. My husband and I have been making our own morning lattes for centuries (well 30+ years). We are originally from the latte capital of the US, Western Washingto State..

The main point of not drinking too much caffeinated drinks is that you get your minimum daily requirement of WATER. My.

Surgery.

Center has told me to restrict.

Caffeine.

Until I am sure that I am getting at least 64 oz. of water, which I have been doing for many, many years. I just love water and always have..

Just sharing my experience..

Love,.

Chris..

Comment #4

I have started making protein drinks using Max protein powder and a packet of Starbucks instant.

Coffee.

Sometimes I use vanilla powder and sometimes chocolate. Then I add Toriani SF vanilla, hazelnut or chocolate syrup. They are all delicious!..

Comment #5

I still wake up to.

Coffee.

! I get up at 4:00 AM!! I have 1-2 cups of.

Coffee.

While I shower, dress, and check in on my email before heading out to work. I.

Leave.

The house at 5:15. Somedays I have another cup of.

Coffee.

On my way into work. Once I hit the locker room and change into my scrubs for the day, I give up drinking after about the first or maybe second case of the day I eat my yogurt that I flavor with vanilla, splenda, fruit and high protein granola. I then wait my allotted half hour and switch over to water and keep drinking water until close to lunch time when I quit drinking so I can have lunch..

I was never told I had to give up.

Caffeine.

And I do love my.

Coffee.

!.

Laura..

Comment #6

I was told that the caffine interferes with the absorbtion of.

Calcium.

I still have tea and try to go decaf most of the time - but sometimes ... It is not one of the things I stress over.

Lin..

Comment #7

I have not had the.

Surgery.

But I swiched to decaf everything no big deal to me since caffine has no effect on me I could drink a cup of real.

Coffee.

And go back to.

Sleep.

Like I never drank it..

Comment #8


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.