No Butter Scones Buttermilk Scones
Planning about breakfast includes identifying food that is rich in protein fiber and antioxidants and listing them out to be included in the breakfast. Examples include cereals low in sugar and fat fat-free Greek yogurt muffin eggs bread and honey fruits like banana watermelon milk etc.The dieting people should account for the calories of the food while selecting the type and quantity of food for the breakfast. While some are allergic to certain food some have their own preference of taste. People can make their choices of food accordingly. But wisely chosen food for the breakfast will give us a sense of satiety which means the sense of fullness in appetite. Once we have planned the food to use for the breakfast we can next think about the ways of preparing it.
Eating breakfast increases your metabolism and gives you the energy you need to start your day properly. It will aid your cognitive skills as you will be more alert. Digestion is improved which helps you eliminate unwanted toxins and breaks down bad fats says DR Jenkins. GP with a special interest in weight loss and nutrition. Research show children who regularly eat breakfast have improved concentration better standardized test scores and are less hyperactive. This shows that adults will also perform better at work. The author Somerset Maugham once said. The only way to eat well in England is to have breakfast 3 times a day. So why are we depriving ourselves? Researchers say skipping breakfast has become more common among adults in recent years perhaps due to efforts to lose weight and time pressures.
A recent study done in the UK suggests that what we eat for breakfast has a bearing on how our bodies react to lunch. According to the study eating soon after waking up in the morning may help stabilize blood glucose levels later during the day. The small-scale study investigated metabolic changes in eight obese adults with type 2 diabetes. The subjects were divided into two groups--one group had breakfast soon after waking up in the morning and the other group skipped breakfast altogether. The researchers noted how blood glucose levels differed between the groups and found that those who had breakfast showed a much lower spike in blood glucose after lunch compared to those who didn t have breakfast. The two groups had similar levels of insulin.