What is the most unhealthy breakfast you can think of?

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Dancernella
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I’m trying to go on a diet because Ive been gaining weight and I feel like it’s taking a toll on the sports that I do,tell me some and I’ll avoid having them for breakfast.

Edit: I know fried food is unhealthy but which ones aren’t as bad and would be good every once and a while?
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Most unhealthy breakfast I can think of a junk food feast: fried, ultra-processed, high sugar, lots of dairy and stuffed with carbs.
Fried potato chips, beef/duck/goose/pork, chocolate gateau and high sugar soda drink.
Maybe pizza with cheese stuffed crusts, potato wedges, garlic bread, profiteroles and ice cream.
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I don't normally eat breakfast but the most unhealthy breakfasts I have aren't necessarily unhealthy individually. Whenever I go on holiday I will eat mountains and mountains of continental breakfast, hams, pastries etc. Too many calories!
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(Original post by londonmyst)
Most unhealthy breakfast I can think of a junk food feast: fried, ultra-processed, high sugar, lots of dairy and stuffed with carbs.
Fried potato chips, beef/duck/goose/pork, chocolate gateau and high sugar soda drink.
Maybe pizza with cheese stuffed crusts, potato wedges, garlic bread, profiteroles and ice cream.
I felt sick just reading that
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I sometimes have leftover curry for breakfast and I am not ashamed.
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