The Importance of Having Breakfast!

We have all heard the phrase that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but is that really true? Studies have shown that starting your day off with a healthy breakfast not only gives you energy to start your day, but has many other benefits to offer.

The right breakfast foods can give you energy, strength, and even help you maintain a healthy weight. For many people trying to lose weight, skipping breakfast is a common strategy. Unfortunately, it is not very effective. People who eat breakfast increase their metabolism and tend not to consume as many calories throughout the day. You can effectively control your weight and potentially even lose weight with starting your day off with a healthy meal.

Listed below are some of the other benefits that come with eating breakfast.

  • Feel more energized

  • Have better cholesterol levels

  • Boosts short-term memory

  • Consume more nutrients

  • Improved concentration

  • Improved performance

  • Keeps you full and satisfied

  • Boosts metabolism

  • Helps reduce morning crankiness

Lastly, breakfast is usually an inconvenience because you either don't have the time or are not sure what a healthy and proportioned breakfast consists of. Here are some simple suggestions to help add breakfast into your daily schedule.

  • Whole grain waffles topped with peanut butter, fruit or ricotta cheese

  • Whole grain cereal topped with fruit and a cup of yogurt

  • Vegetable omelet with a bran muffin and orange juice

  • Hard boiled eggs, oatmeal and a side of fruit

  • Greek yogurt with berries and nuts

  • Green (vegetable) smoothie

  • Fruit and yogurt smoothie

  • Whole grain English muffin topped with peanut butter or egg and cheese.

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