9 Common Breakfast Myths That You Need To Stop Believing



Many of us grow up believing that skipping breakfast is a dietary travesty. But while it’s historically been praised for everything from hunger busting properties to magical weight loss powers, recent science suggests those scrambled eggs aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. And in today’s video, we will bust a few myths about breakfast that have been going around for way too long.

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – 0:46
Eating breakfast makes you lose weight – 1:38
Eat breakfast and you’ll munch less throughout the day – 2:13
There's no need to eat breakfast if you’re not hungry – 3:13
You Should Eat “Breakfast Foods” for Breakfast – 4:15
You need to eat a big breakfast – 5:25
Orange juice is a healthy breakfast staple – 6:22
Traditional breakfast foods are bad for you – 7:13
Nutritious Breakfast Is Time-Consuming To Make – 8:00

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Summary:
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day: You've heard it all your life, right? Well it is true that people who eat breakfast tend to be healthier than the 20-some percent of us who don't.

Eating breakfast makes you lose weight: Previous research stated that eating breakfast could help fight obesity—and that weight-busting power has been touted for decades.

Eat breakfast and you’ll munch less throughout the day: While we’ve often heard that eating in the morning, whether you’re hungry or not, can help bust cravings for the rest of the day, recent science suggests otherwise.

There's no need to eat breakfast if you’re not hungry: Are you sure? If your last meal was last night’s dinner, your body probably wants food. If you don’t feel hungry when you wake, you may not be particularly sensitive to your body’s signals.

You Should Eat “Breakfast Foods” for Breakfast: The history of breakfast foods is weird and interesting. Ancient Egyptians ate bread with onions and sipped on beer in the morning, neither of which we endorse.

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