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Why Breakfast Really is the Most Important Meal of the Day

By now, you’ve probably heard that breakfast is the most significant meal of the day. Many Americans, as well as people around the world, still skip breakfast or only drink coffee for breakfast. When you include breakfast in your daily routine, you will have a much healthier diet.

No matter how it sounds, breakfast is a healthy start to the day. It is common for people to sleep for 6 to 9 hours without eating, and sometimes longer if they have not eaten since dinner the night before. As a result, breakfast is the first meal you’ll eat for a very long time. Proteins, for example, cannot be stored in the body and are therefore not available, so the body needs you to replenish these “low” levels. Like a match, breakfast ignites the day. Your body really needs it in the morning for energy.

It is also beneficial to have breakfast first thing in the morning so that you can avoid a variety of illnesses and diseases. If you don’t eat for a few hours, your sugar levels are probably out of whack. Therefore, consuming breakfast balances out the sugars in your body, helping to prevent diabetes. Eating a healthy breakfast also prevents you from overeating at lunch because you’re so hungry. A lot of health problems come with obesity, including heart disease.

Many vitamins and minerals can be found in healthy breakfast foods like eggs, fruit, and bran cereal. You can’t make up for the loss later in the day if you don’t eat these things in the morning. Nutrients make your body function properly, so always be sure you get enough. If you eat a healthy breakfast, you’ll choose more nutritious foods throughout the day, so that your body gets the nutrition it needs.

You can make a huge difference in your diet by setting aside 15 minutes every morning to eat breakfast. You should try to get at least three different food groups into your breakfast. For example, you can eat whole grain toast (bread food group) with peanut butter (protein food group) and a banana (fruit food group). Add milk to that, and you’ve hit a fourth food group. Even grabbing a piece of fruit or a muffin is better than skipping breakfast altogether. It doesn’t have to be a heavy pancakes and sausage meal every day. Breakfast is essential for overall health!

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