21. Come on, it’s time for breakfast
If you miss breakfast you’re missing out big-time. So here’s how to make sure you don’t miss out on the most important meal of the day.
Overnight the body undergoes a mini-fast, around eight to ten hours without food. In the morning by eating we break this fast, hence the name, ‘breakfast’.
That’s why when you get up in the morning if you’re not feeling hungry straight away, you’ll certainly want to eat something within an hour or two.
No matter who you are or where you are, your natural instinct is to eat soon after you get up. Eating breakfast not only fulfils this need and is an excellent way to start the day, but getting some proper food into you first thing will lessen the chance of you suffering the ...