Ice cream for Breakfast Makes You Smarter – for your eyes ONLY (CATNIPblog subscribers do NOT read)

Growing up one of my favorite breakfasts was cream of wheat  (we called it Farina) with a scoop or two . . .  or three . . . of vanilla ice-cream.  I’m already drooling at the memory: The cold ice cream melting on the hot cereal.   A delicious bite of  melted ice cream,  a bit of solid ice-cream and cereal.  
When all the ice cream melted I would get another scoop.  Loved the taste, texture, hot & cold, sweet and bland.  It was so decadent to eat ice cream for breakfast.
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On CATNIPblog Peggy and I focus on brain & body health.  We’ve posted about brain science & sugar and the neurochemistry of eating protein at every meal.   I am withholding this breakfast-breaking research from CATNIPblog subscribers so Peggy doesn’t get irate comments.  

BUT those of you who care more about being “CURIOUS” than CATNIP . . .  you get the first scoop.

6 comments on “Ice cream for Breakfast Makes You Smarter – for your eyes ONLY (CATNIPblog subscribers do NOT read)

  1. Yahoo indeed. My grandmother was a professional dieter. Once, when I was fortunate to be staying with her, she was on anall ice cream diet. Three meals a day. I should consider another crack at this diet. I would likely lose lots of weight now that I am lactose in tolerant!

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    • Laura,
      BRRRRILLLIANT IDEA!!!! There are two diet plans.
      1. Work with the lactose intolerance and eat Breyers (it’s all natural . . . like natural gas)
      2. Go with new brands that are lactose free and have 5 meals a day to compensate.

      Let me know how it “goes”

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