I believe "breaking your fast" is important when you wake up to raise sugar levels, replace fluids and get much needed vitamins and minerals with a great, healthy breakfast.
B Rbaro E.
Just like intermittent fasting is a good idea, skipping breakfast once in a while is a good idea. It helps our body use the stored fat and improves fat based metabolism.
Sometimes if I’m in a rush and skip breakfast i feel the effects in a couple hours but sometimes if I have a large meal the night before I’m alright with just a banana and a coffee
For me, no. I approach breakfast as a form of self-care because I’m a massive foodie! But if you’re not hungry in the morning, there’s no sense forcing yourself to eat.
If there is a reason/situation where you have to then ok but you need those nutrients to have energy and feel over all more happy.
- What are your ideas for healthy make-ahead breakfasts?
- How important is variety when it comes to eating breakfast?
- Does anyone have any suggestions for an on the go breakfast to just take with me along with my normal piece of fruit? The main reason I may not eat breakfast in the morning is due to time, but I find most ‘breakfast bar’ type on the go breakfasts boring and unsatisfying so I still find myself snacking an hour or two later.
- How long does it usually take to make your protein-rich breakfast on average? What shortcuts do you have, if any?
- What is something to eat for breakfast when you have to run out the door?
- I would like to ask for some help amongst the Fabulous members. Because I’m not easily motivated and don’t have much time on my hands, what can I do to ensure that I have a good breakfast without being time consuming in the morning?
- What about oil in breakfast? Is it good or bad? For example paratha and fried egg?
- What are some uncommon but amazing proteins to add to my mornings?
- What are vegan options for a high protein breakfast?
- What are good ideas for breakfast on the go??