Trying to lose weight?
The answer may lie in the first meal of the day – breakfast!
A research study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology in 2003 concluded that missing breakfast is associated with a significantly higher risk of obesity and other chronic metabolic diseases.
In fact, “breakfast skippers” are 4.5 times more likely to become obese than “regular breakfast eaters” and that those who eat breakfast every morning have a lower BMI.
Food is fuel, so feed your body right and start the day with a wholesome breakfast high in protein and fiber, with moderate complex carbohydrates and a low fat content.
Results may vary by individual, so consult your doctor today and see if this is right for you!