6 Top Reasons Why You Must Not Skip Your Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many people skip this meal. Most people have
very busy schedules, and that leaves little time to eat breakfast. However, you should try your best to eat a nutritious meal before you start your day. There are a number of benefits that you can reap from eating breakfast.

1. Energy Boost
If you feel sluggish in the morning, then a nutritious breakfast can give you the energy that you need to get through your day. Fiber, vitamin C and vitamin D are just a few of the many nutrients that will help increase your energy level. Whole wheat toast with eggs and an orange is an example
of a nutritious breakfast.

2. Help You Focus Better
It will be much easier for you to focus on work or school if your stomach is full. On the other hand,
you will have a harder time focusing if you skip breakfast. When you are hungry, it is hard to think about anything else except for food.

3. Prevent You From Gaining Weight
Researchers have found that people who skip breakfast are more likely to be overweight. When you skip breakfast, you are much more likely to overeat during lunch and dinner. Additionally, you encourage your body to store calories when you
skip breakfast.

4. Boost Your Metabolism
Your metabolism has a tendency to decrease when you go to sleep. Eating breakfast helps you
jumpstart your metabolism. A faster metabolism will allow you to burn more calories throughout the
day. That is another reason why regular breakfast eaters usually weigh less.

5. Help Decrease Your LDL Cholesterol
Your LDL cholesterol is better known as the “bad” type of cholesterol. LDL cholesterol builds up in your arteries and can increase your chances of
developing heart disease. Studies have shown that eating breakfast regularly can help lower LDL
cholesterol.

6. Prevent Heart Attacks
A new study done by Harvard School of Public Health has shown that people who skip breakfast
may be at a greater risk for having a heart attack. Skipping breakfast increases the risk of high
cholesterol, obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes, which are all heart disease risk factors.
Therefore, you may be able to reduce your risk of having a heart attack if you eat breakfast.
It is very important for you to make time for your morning meal.

A healthy breakfast will increase
your metabolism, boost your energy, help you focus and lower your bad cholesterol. It can also
prevent you from gaining weight and reduce your risk of having a heart attack.

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