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The importance of breakfast, never to be missed

Many people choose to sleep instead of breakfast because they have no appetite and are busy in the morning when they want to sleep even one more minute.

According to a study, more than 20 percent of people actually don’t eat breakfast, especially in their 20s and 30s, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the total.

Many people choose to sleep instead of breakfast because they have no appetite and are busy in the morning when they want to sleep even one more minute.

According to a study, more than 20 percent of people actually don’t eat breakfast, especially in their 20s and 30s, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the total.

Although vaguely I feel the importance of breakfast, it’s not easy to pack breakfast every day.

Once again, let’s remind ourselves of the importance of breakfast, and we’ll also look at some simple breakfast foods.


Why shouldn’t I skip breakfast?


1) Enemy of diet

Sometimes people skip breakfast on purpose for a diet, but rather this method causes long-term nutritional imbalance and weight gain due to the wrong habit of gaining weight.

To replenish the nutrients that we didn’t accept in the morning, our stomachs want more food, which leads to lunch and dinner binge.

Also, you should be careful because you can easily gain weight due to low basic metabolic rate and energy consumption.



2) Reduced cerebral activity

I need glucose for active brain activity.

Most glucose disappears 12 hours after eating, and if you are hungry for breakfast for a long time, lack of glucose can interfere with your cerebral activity.

In this case, students and office workers should eat breakfast because their heads feel numb and heavy, and their concentration and memory are likely to deteriorate.



3) Accumulation of fatigue

If an empty stomach persists after skipping breakfast, the body decomposes fat to replenish the energy it lacks.

Fatigue materials such as lactic acid accumulate, which makes our bodies tired.

This is why you feel especially tired when you’re on an empty stomach.



4) indigestion

If you’re hungry for a long time and you eat a lot of food at once, your digestive system will weaken, and you’ll have indigestion.

The risk of obesity can be increased by causing various physical problems such as reduction of basic metabolic rate.


Why do you have to eat three regular meals a day?


Increased chance of developing diabetes

If you don’t supply your body with the necessary calories on time, you may develop anemia or insulin resistance.

Increased sugar absorption increases the risk of developing diabetes.

In fact, skipping breakfast increases the chance of developing diabetes by 20 percent.





healthy breakfast method



It’s important not to skip breakfast to start a fresh day, but you need to know how to eat properly.

Now that you’ve been familiar with the importance of breakfast, let’s look at some simple ways to make a healthy breakfast.



1) Drinking water

If you feel a little uncomfortable eating breakfast as soon as you wake up, try a glass of water right after you wake up. Wake up slow bowels.



2) 1/4 of the recommended daily energy intake

Since breakfast is your first meal after a long empty stomach, it’s better to make it light so that you don’t feel burdened.

It is appropriate to consume about 500 kcal, about a quarter of the recommended daily energy (more than 2,000 kcal) for healthy adults.





3) Eating foods high in protein and dietary fiber

High-protein foods suppress the secretion of appetite-promoting hormones, thereby reducing the appetite for snacks.

Likewise, dietary fiber can reduce snacks because it makes you feel full in small amounts.



4) Sugar-based foods are essential

Although sugary foods are essential to supply glucose, which is the active energy source of the brain, simple sugars such as cakes and sugar can quickly cause hunger and cause weight gain.

Eating brown rice, potatoes, and sweet potatoes, which are combination sugars, is better for our body in the morning.

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