Yes, I'm sure, talking about breakfast specifically. Like I said in my first post, I can tell a big difference in how well I feel when I eat more protein for breakfast, usually peanut butter. If I just eat fruit, bread or cereal, I get hungry and tired much sooner. It might be related to the fact that when I was younger I had a lot of trouble with hypoglycemia. No, I'm not against dairy, I just don't like yogurt and stuff like that very much, that's all.
I am fully sympathetic with you here because I have had a tendency to hypoglycemia myself.
The low blood sugar can easily be avoided by a diet that dioesn't contain sugar and short chained carbohydrates such as white flour bread.
Sweets are poison for you!
If you eat sweets, they will cause your pancreas to hastily pour insuline into your blood, to get rid of the hihg bloodsugar level asap, and usuallly, you then go down below what's comfortable.
No candy from the boss! Don't buy any too!
But try to munch on some cherries and strawberries or a tangerine, when you feel a bit hungry.
The fruit sugar will get you out of the low, but not produce an insuline overreaction.
Try to supplement B Vitamins, preferrably in yeast that is rich in chrome.
This is really effective and helped me a lot.
Do you eat just one breakast in the morning, and try to hold out until lunch?
It's perfectly ok to nibble on a bit of something, and you will get much relief if you allow yourself a second small breakfast as soon as you get hungry.
Just an orange or a few grapes will quickly help you.
But candy will be bad then.
Why not try a whole grain toast, spread some philadelphia on top, and a hardboilded egg in slices, or some cold turkey in slices?
That should be fine until 11, and then you can eat an orange, or whatever you like.
And drink enough...