Importance of Breakfast
It is the 1st meal of the day, which breaks the overnight “fast” between the supper and early morning (this “fast” may be anything between 10 – 12 hours) Often we do not wake up feeling hungry or wanting to eat breakfast but this does not mean that your body does not need food to “start the day”. We often train our brains and bodies not to expect food in the morning.
If we skip breakfast, we are likely to become tired when our brains and bodies run low on “fuel”. By mid-morning, a lot of us grab a cup of coffee and a sugary snack to wake up again.