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Eating breakfast in the morning stimulates your metabolism for the day, and it also stabilizes blood sugar levels, which regulate appetite control.
Some Excuses about avoiding breakfast
"I'm not hungry in the morning"
"I don't like breakfast foods"
"I'm trying to lose weight"
"I don't have time"
"I'd rather sleep those extra few minutes each day"
Benefits of eating breakfast
A healthy, nutritional breakfast influences quite a lot in our daily life, making us look better within our insides through the outside; and that is why it is really important.
WHY WE SHOULD EAT BREAKFAST
NOW, WILL YOU MAKE TIME FOR IT?
By: Patricia Mercedes Wong Rodriguez
Did you know?
Having breakfast can help you tremendously at improving your overall performance at college, including your grades.
"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day"
The benefits of eating breakfast far outweigh the excuses that most of us give for skipping it!!
It boosts your energy
After sleeping for about 8 hours and being without food during the night, our brain and muscles need "fuel" to function.
Stimulates your impulse control
When you don’t eat breakfast you tend to look for a high calorie complex carb snacks, because is the fastest source of energy.
Keeps your heart healthy
Men who regularly skip breakfast have a
higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease than those who eat a morning meal.
A recent Boston study examining the effects of breakfast on 100 students found that eating breakfast improves
Did you know?
Having breakfast can help you eat better all day and even help you to get fit.
A study from Tel Aviv University found that dieters who ate a big breakfast and a modest dinner lost
more weight than others in the study who had a big dinner and a modest (or no) breakfast.
Research from Umea University in Sweden found that teenagers who fail to eat a good breakfast are more likely to become obese and develop high blood sugar in adulthood.