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Breakfast is known to be the most important meal for a few reasons. Not only does it give you energy but it also has many health benefits such as weight control and performing better throughout the day. People who skip breakfast often eat more food in their next meal, or snack on higher caloric food to hold off hunger. When in fact eating a healthy breakfast can reduce hunger...
We constantly hear rumors about calories and their relevance in the weight loss process. We should really be focusing on and asking ourselves: “Which matters more: the numbers behind our food or the quality of what we are eating?”
We have all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But why? Let’s investigate and actually break it down. By understanding what the body is doing when you skip a meal, you will be able to break through your nutrition plateau and maintain a healthy weight!
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