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Reasons Why Breakfast is Important and Breaking the Fast
You may have been following my previous posts about making better choices and just eating breakfast in general:
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day do you really know why?
* Eating a healthy breakfast is important to breaking the fast. During the night, your metabolism has slowed considerably and eating jumpstarts your metabolism to get things moving inside your body again.
* Breakfast provides you with nutrients and energy critical to concentration or just normal, every day functioning. People who skip breakfast are unlikely to make up their daily requirement for some vitamins and minerals that a simple breakfast would have provided.
* Helps you maintain a healthy body weight.
* Research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to be leaner and dieters are more successful at losing weight—and keeping it off—when they eat breakfast. What’s more, people who typically eat breakfast also get more fiber, calcium, vitamins A and C, riboflavin, zinc and iron—and less fat and dietary cholesterol. Perhaps it’s because they often eat cereal, which is fortified with vitamins and minerals, and fruit, which is naturally nutrient-rich. Source: Eatingwell.com
* If you skip breakfast, hunger can set in long before it's time for lunch and because it's not convenient to eat properly, many people who have not eaten breakfast snack on foods that are high in fat and sugar.
* As you attempt to go through the morning without breakfast, you may suffer various symptoms such as headache, shakiness, weakness and lack of concentration. This is due to the fact that after a long night sleep, your blood sugar levels could be dangerously low. Any kind of strenuous physical activities could be affected. Source: TheFoodChart.com
I am partnering with McDonald’s on their Wholesome Choices Blogger Program! Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing my own tips and ideas for making more wholesome choices in your every day life.
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