Weekly Photo Challenge: Breakfast


Three years ago, I learned that the best time to eat fruits is when the stomach is empty. Therefore, this is my kind of breakfast since.

Forgive the poor lighting ...

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  1. tmso says:

    Really? What a great excuse to have sweets in the morning. Wicked! Thanks. 🙂

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      I know :-). Thanks, Nila!

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  2. Northern Narratives says:

    I have not tasted guava jam but it must be delicious if you picked it for your breakfast 🙂

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      It certainly is! Yum yum … 🙂

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  3. aRVee says:

    Wow, so this is your secret to your diet? Looks like a light breakfast for me, lol but I like the combination. You must have a lean or toned body my friend.. Maybe I can have this for dinner not breakfast, haha…

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Actually, one of the secrets … 😉

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      1. aRVee says:

        That’s why you’re lean and toned, I suppose.

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    2. Sony Fugaban says:

      I think so, Arvs. 🙂

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  4. cocomino says:

    I didn’t know the best time. It’s wise.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Fruits should be eaten on an empty stomach…not as dessert after your meal as it is often done. If you eat fruit like this, it will also help to detoxify your system, supplying you with a great deal of energy for weight loss and other life activities.

      Check this link out for more information, my friend: http://www.globalhealthandfitness.com/how%20to%20eat%20fruit.htm

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  5. jakesprinter says:

    Great combination of breakfast Sony,
    This kind of food is one of my favorite great post 🙂

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      As always, salamat ng marami, Sir Jake!

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  6. Contest ba yan sir or pinapatulo mo laway namin?

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Di naman … Ewan ko ba kung bakit “kinarir” ko na ang pagiging fit and healthy — at least according to me. Hehe …

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  7. markpere2010 says:

    Food enthusiast din po ako. Thanks for reading my blogs, and for the compliments. Link exchange po tayo? 😛

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      It’ll be a pleasure,Mark. 😉 Thanks for suggesting that!

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      1. markpere2010 says:

        Inform nyo na lang po ako if nalagay nyo na ako so I can add you in my blogroll, too. 🙂

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    2. Sony Fugaban says:

      I just included you on my blogrolls, Mark. The category name is CURRENT EVENTS. Check it out!

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      1. markpere2010 says:

        wow. A new category just for me. Salamat po! 😛

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    3. Sony Fugaban says:

      Walang anuman, Mark.

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  8. Nandini says:

    Healthy start to a brand new day. 🙂

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Yeah, I really love apple — for my breakfast!

      Here’s the detailed explanation:

      Nutritional Value of Apples:

      * Calcium – 10 mg
      * Calories – 81
      * Carbohydrate – 22 grams
      * Dietary Fiber – 5 grams
      * Folate – 4 mcg
      * Iron – 0.25 mg
      * Phosphorus – 10 mg
      * Potassium – 159 mg
      * Sodium – 0.00 mg
      * Vitamin A – 73 IU
      * Vitamin C – 8 mg
      * Soluble Fiber
      * Insoluble fiber

      Health and Nutrition Benefits of Eating Apples:

      * Apples are abundant in Quercetin, a flavonoid, which helps prevent the growth of prostate cancer cells.
      * Apples are said to help in slowing down ageing-related problems, avoiding wrinkles and promoting hair growth.
      * Apples have been found to have a positive result on those suffering from risk of stroke, Type II diabetes and asthma.
      * Apples, because of the presence of flavonoids, inhibit the growth of carcinogenic substances in the bladder and thus, diminish the risk of bladder cancer, especially in smokers.
      * Eating apples has been long associated with improvement of the lung function.
      * Researches have suggested that apples may protect post-menopausal women from osteoporosis and may also increase bone density.
      * The antioxidants and flavonoids present in apples help in the reducing the risk of respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
      * The fiber and phytonutrients present in apples help in the reduction of blood cholesterol and also improve bowel function. In fact, apple juice has been found to restrain the oxidation of the harmful cholesterol (LDL or low-density lipoprotein).
      * The phytonutrients present in the skin of apples have been found to inhibit the growth of colon cancer cells.
      * The presence of dietary fiber in apples helps in better digestion and also promotes weight loss.
      * Researches have also suggested that foods like apples, which contain flavonoids, might reduce the risk of lung cancer.

      Source: lifestyle.iloveindia.com

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      1. Nandini says:

        Yes, an apple a day keeps a doc away. 🙂

        Great info. Thank you!

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    2. Sony Fugaban says:

      You’re welcome, Nandini.

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  9. frizztext says:

    O.K. now fruit in the morning, no more fruits in the evening!
    greetings by
    http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/11/18/weekly-photo-challenge-breakfast/
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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      That’d be wonderful … 🙂

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  10. thirdhandart says:

    Looks and sounds delicious!

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  11. I have just one word to describe your breakfast Sony–healthlicious! I know, it’s not officially a word, but I think it fits (healthy + delicious). Your breakfast looks pretty awesome to me! Anyway, I don’t know whether you celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday, but if you do I hope that you have a memorable one. I will be spending time with family, but will be blogging again after the holiday. As always, best wishes to you and your family. 🙂

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Normally, we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in the Philippines. However you gave me an idea and that is to spend time with my wife and son too. Besides, if there’s one thing I would like to thank for it would their presence in my life. They are my guiding stars. Thanks for giving me a reason to make tomorrow (Thursday) be extra special! God bless you and your family too, Donna!

      And, another THANK YOU for coming here … for contributing to my growth as an individual … as a servant of this beautiful planet!

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  12. An Apple a day, drives the doctor away…and broke! My mom used to make guava jam from scratch when I was a boy. I would help her pick up the fruits in our backyard and if they are not enough we would get more at the local market. In between school, my favorite place to just be myself was an old native guava tree. I would climb it and would have a great view of the house and the field next to us. All of that changed now. The tree has been long gone. The fields became a school. All that’s left are the wonderful childhood memories. I realized now that life constantly change, people and places change. With that in mind, we do need to enjoy and make unforgettable memories today so that when the things around us changes, the beautiful memories will help us recall of a once wonderful past. Live your life to the fullest with your family….times flies so fast. A blessed Thanksgiving day to you and your love ones. God bless , Bro.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Hehe… I like the intro! The only time I saw how tiring the processes are in making a guava jelly was when I was in Grade 6. It was a part of our Home Economics subject. You’re right, we need plenty of those rinds rich in PECTIN (of a guava) to make a jelly. Never applied it though after learning about how to do it. However, climbing our guava tree — and our neighbor’s — was also one of my favorite pastimes too. It goes without saying I know how “liberating” it is to climb a sturdy tree like guava. Hehe …

      I am with you on that idea that “we do need to enjoy and make unforgettable memories today so that when the things around us changes, the beautiful memories will help us recall of a once wonderful past.” That’s indeed enlightening, especially for someone who’s not much of an optimist.

      God bless you too, Bro.

      p.s.

      I wish Thanksgiving is as BIG as it is in the US. Nonetheless, it’s big for me because of you and Donna who didn’t fail to share it with me today. There goes my way of saying, thank you!

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  13. rumpydog says:

    That guava jelly sounds yummy!

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Really yummy, rumpy! Whoah, I think I just created an alliteration there.

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