// By Lauren Fischer for Discover and Play You’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but why is it an essential way to kick-start your day? For starters, breakfast helps you refuel, providing energy for your brain to focus and body to run efficiently, says Lisa Andrews, RD and owner
Even I cannot resist Chick-fil-A’s signature chicken sandwich (thankfully there are no locations in NY!), but fried food should never be for breakfast! Check out the story here: Chick-fil-A is rolling out a really unhealthy breakfast item : T-Lounge : Tech Times. What do you think about the new menu items? At least they included
Although bulletproof coffee has become the trend among new wave health and fitness enthusiast, you just want to dodge the bullet on this one. According to this trend, “bulletingproofing” your morning consists of ditching a healthy, balanced breakfast for just a cup of coffee. Grass-fed butter and coconut oil (that contains MCT oil—medium chain triglycerides)
Those interested in health and nutrition know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eating a healthy breakfast wakes up the brain and the body so that you can better focus in the morning and your metabolism jump-starts. However, new research disputes the fact that breakfast helps stabilize weight and prevent obesity.
Nutrition experts have advised that to control weight and blood sugar, we should eat six small meals throughout the day—especially diabetics. However, new research stated that a big breakfast and lunch, with the same amount calories of mini meals, might be the better bet. Published in the journal of the European Association for the Study
Breakfast is the most important meal because it fuels both your brain and body to work healthfully throughout the day. I am not a big breakfast person; I am rarely hungry when I wake up and need some time to slowly come back to reality my few hours in dream world. I usually need just