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Think about. We sleep eight hours (well we try at least) digesting and being without food so when we wake up our muscles and brain need energy and fuel to function. Most importantly, our brains needs glucose as its main fuel, which comes from (Where else?) food. It’s why every morning everyone should have a chance to “break the fast” from the night's rest, aka breakfast.
I don’t know about you, but I get cranky without food, so it's not a good idea to start the day off cranky. Having breakfast early increases the metabolic rate and kicks start your day. If you skip breakfast, your body will hold onto the nutrients from dinner the night before until you have lunch. Ever get those grumbling noise from your stomach around 11AM? It’s your stomach saying “feed me!” Since you waited till lunch to give your body fuel, your body will hold onto the nutrients from lunch as long as possible rather than burn it right away. Breakfast skippers tend to eat more food than usual and high-calorie food at that. (I’m a culprit!)
It’s hard to eat breakfast, I know. It’s hard for me too. However, here are some quick, healthy breakfast solutions that can be made the night before or taken on the run.
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