Is it Really Bad to Skip Breakfast?

No, it’s impossible. The first meal you eat in a day is breakfast, independent of the hour.

You can eat breakfast as late as you want, though. As long as you’re comfortable and functioning well it doesn’t matter what time you eat.


An a.m. meal made up mostly of carbs and protein with some fat keeps blood-sugar levels steady and hunger pangs away so you're not susceptible to pigging out come lunch, studies show. Opt for something satisfying for your stomach and taste buds — like egg whites and turkey bacon with whole-wheat toast.

Remember: You’re Are What You Eat!!

Body functions properly if it’s in a proper regime of being healthy and active. Eating good & right food at right time along with any form of physical workout contributes to healthy metabolic rate.

Metabolism defines the rate at which your body burns foods and aids digestion. Slower it is, obese you get. Once there is a weight increase, you tend to get affected by problems like Thyroid, Blood Sugar etc. Read more about Metabolism on my blog.

Since our childhood we are told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and you should always eat it like a king. Holding to be true, Breakfast actually is the first meal you have after night long fasting and is vital as it boosts up your metabolism to prepare you for the day.

What is important? Eating breakfast alone would not really help. You can't have a slice of a bread along with a coffee in the name of cutting your calories, this invades the body's mental and physical health for the day and you end up slowing the body's metabolism instead.


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