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In this article I hope to summarise what I have read and understood about the importance of breakfast and also some simple yet quick breakfast ideas to make it easier for you. Let us look at the impact of having or not having breakfast to better understand why bother with breakfast 1. Weight management - many believe that skipping breakfast so they reduce calories would help them lose weight. It cannot be farther from the truth. When we sleep during the night our body slows down so metabolism slows down. When we have something to eat in the morning we are effectively giving the signal to the body that the day has begun and metabolism should increase. However people who skip breakfast deny their body of this signal so they feel sluggish as they continue until lunch with slow metabolism.
Get it wrong and your fluctuating blood sugar levels can make you feel terrible. By including this essential meal you will improve your health and can even lose inches You barely have time to gulp down your coffee the kids are arguing you have one eye on the clock the other on the toaster. Have you lack of energy? Are you hungry? Mid-morning you might grab a snack usually high in sugar. You have lower energy levels your performance suffers and you have mood swings and fatigue. In fact you may not feel happy until lunch time? Sound familiar? Read on to find out how you can break the fast past for good. Not eating breakfast increases your risk of depression and has a direct impact on your mood. Recent studies show we are more at risk of having problems with concentration metabolism and weight.
When it comes to children it is very important to set up healthy eating habit at an early stage and for that having breakfast is important. With children getting less and less playtime and exercise these days it is all the more important for them to eat healthy. There is no point in sending them to school to learn stuff if they cannot concentrate and as parents we need to give them adequate support to enable them to learn. Hopefully by now you are at least thinking about having breakfast. I come from a tamil Brahmin family and Brahmin meal plan is quite well known because most of them have a big mid morning meal later in the afternoon a tiffin or lighter meal is consumed while dinner sometimes is liquid intake or fruits or some cereals if not curd rice.