Here’s What Skipping Breakfast Does to Your Body

Do you have breakfast, or are you on the team that skips breakfast? You probably have heard that breakfast is “the most important meal of the day,” haven't you?

Many think that skipping breakfast is a sin – even if only two-thirds of adults in the United Kingdom, and three-quarters of Americans, actually have breakfast regularly.

According to experts, the body uses lots of energy during the night, both for growth and repairing.

A balanced breakfast restores all the energy, proteins, and calcium used during the night. Isn't it amazing?

For them, breakfast's fame is justified for many observational studies, where researchers follow people and their habits for a while.

Many of them point that individuals who have breakfast tend to be thinner. However, there might be more differences between these people and those who skip breakfast, such as overall healthier food patterns.

Breakfast is necessary, or is it just a tradition?

If skipping breakfast is good, does that mean that having breakfast is bad?

In this video, we will explore the benefits and side effects of skipping breakfast and what the experts say about that!



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