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breakfast without eggs
Aug 14, 2013

I saw your response to the question of the best breakfast for HIV+ diabetics. Unfortunately I am sensitive to albumin (egg whites) and have difficulty finding sources of breakfast protein that exclude egg. And my doctor frowns on egg yolk omelets (jk). I also get tired of bacon, sausage, and ham. Finding that right balance between low carb/low sugar, low fat, and high protein without including eggs is nearly impossible. Any advice you can provide is appreciated. My VL is undetectable and CD4 is WNL. Thanks

Response from Mr. Vergel

These are great healthy high protein breakfasts without eggs:

1- Black beans and wild rice with low fat cheese

2- Low fat low sugar greek yogurt plus nuts and dry fruit or berries (you can use cottage cheese also)

3- Whey protein in oats with nuts and/or berries

4- Why protein pancakes (do not use eggs but do use baking soda) Whey Protein Pancakes

5- A tuna or chicken salad sandwich on high fiber bread

6- Chicken or ground turkey tacos

7- There are a few others here that may be too high in fat, so choose intelligently:

10 High Protein Breakfast Ideas That Don't Involve Eggs

Nelson



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