Thanks for the replies.
I've tried mostly the old-fashioned oatmeal breakfast, sometimes with berries or other fruit.
Other times I've tried lightly cracking some of my stored whole wheat, and having hot cracked wheat cereal breakfast, again sometimes with added fruit.
Brown rice, alone or with fruit or even with veges.
The shredded potatoes, usually with salsa.
Things like that. I follow Dr. McDougall's program. Regardless of what I choose for breakfast from approved foods, I'm wanting to eat again soon afterwards.
My normal "appetite clock" seems to not click in until about 11-11:30 am, and if I eat then I feel satisfied til late afternoon/ early evening, around 6 pm or so.
I drink about 4 quarts of water per day.
I've always required very little food, and I seem to metabolize it very well, and have never had any kind of digestive problems! For about 35 years now, I fast for 24 hours on the first Sunday of the month, and sometimes for a bit longer time at the change of seasons, and have always found that easy for me to do.
Somewhere in the fairly recent past something was written here on this board, or in something Dr. McDougall wrote, about the importance of eating breakfast and some of the reasons why, but I have not been able to relocate the information. It seems like one of the items mentioned concerned hormones?
Anyone remember that??
I tried searching here, but just don't have the time or patience to search through all the threads that come up!