Yes, I'm a night owl so I'm never hungry in the morning. But I find when I eat a big hearty breakfast I have more energy throughout the day and am less likely to take a mid day nap.
- When I eat breakfast I tend to eat more during the day than when I have my regular “breakfast”. I am not used to eating normal breakfast, I usually only have a large coffee with skimmed milk. Why do I eat more if I have breakfast?
- How do you fit a filling, protein-rich breakfast in on a busy morning?
- How do you make yourself enjoy making breakfast that takes more than 30 seconds?
- Tips to sleep early?
- I am a vegetarian. I can’t eat eggs, so I eat a homemade mix of dry fruit powder and milk. Is this okay for breakfast?
By eating breakfast I have a way of to gain energy and feel like i can go and head into my day with this positive energy. Because I feel like breakfast is a way to give you your first dose of positive energy after detoxing all the negative energy the night before. Breakfast is a great way to start a happy day
It didn’t used to. I was not a breakfast person. But I’m trying to get more protein and fiber in my diet so my breakfast of choice does that.
Absolutely. If I eat a healthy, balanced breakfast with plenty of water, I start the day off with my first decision to love and take care of myself. And it’s easier to follow suit the rest of the day than to re-start myself.
Yes, it sets me up for a better day. I'm not hungry/grouchy too early at work. I don't eat lunch too early (when I eat lunch too early, it makes the rest of my day drag.)
Yes, it usually makes be more hungry during the day! Maybe because I didn't have good breakfast habits, I usually feel more in the need to have a snack when I eat breakfast
I notice that it is harder for me to have a good day and not need a nap 💤 in the afternoon if I skip breakfast 🍳 in the morning. It doesn’t have to be anything huge but sometimes something as simple as a piece of fruit 🍌 and a glass of milk 🥛 is enough to wake up my metabolism and keep me from crashing later in the day.
As I am new to the breakfast eating regiment, I cannot help but notice the the increase of energy, it’s wonderful to have a pace, and the support to follow through on challenges
Eating breakfast every morning is a small step that really helps me to connect with myself and help me feel more alive I guess. even something as small as taking an apple with me to eat on my drive to work is huge.
It depends on the breakfast. If I have eggs and plain Greek yogurt then yes. I have a more energized day. However, I can also skip breakfast and have energy as long as I break my fast by 12 with protein and veggies.
Gives me more energy to complete my morning tasks, otherwise I find myself working my schedule around lunchtime and things get delayed. I am mostly productive in the morning so I try to get fueled and get on
Yes, absolutely. It boosts your mood and confidence like a magic wand. I’d definitely recommend starting to eat breakfast.
It serves as a time for myself and gives me a chance to feel nourished and fulfilled. It helps me to focus and feel ready to take on the day.
Yes. The main thing is that I end up eating less and this helps me with me weight. Also, I feel less lethargic as the morning goes by
Yes. It makes me focused because my body is satisfied and prepared to work. It ensures that I don’t get too hungry and over eat for lunch. Breakfast keep my meals on plan and makes me have to prepare for my day because I have to plan early what I want to eat. Making breakfast in the morning can throw out your time, so know you will eat it and prepare for it doesn’t hold me up in the morning. I also think of different options so I don’t get burned out on the same thing.
Absolutely. A great breakfast replenishes your body with the vital nutrients that help you perform well during the morning.
It is too early to say. I eat breakfast only for two days. I think that it helped me concentrate more but i cant say i am sure yet. I Will keep eating breakfast for a week and after monitoring my Day i Will be more helpful!
I eat breakfast a little later because I want to work out before I eat. It does feel better when I've had breakfast. Otherwise I still feel hungry at times and that affects my mood negatively.
I was always a skip breakfast sort of person until I had to take some medication. I got really sick if I didn’t eat with the tablets. This forced me to be disciplined in eating breakfast. Now it’s a breeze and it really helps me be regular with bowel health. Win-Win!
For me personally, it does. It makes me feel like I can get through the day being healthy and accomplising my goals but also helps me get less cravings for junk food throughout the day 🙂
Yes, I need to get something into me that’s not carb driven to give me fuel for the day. I start to eat unhealthy if I don’t have breakfast just because I am starving
Yes it does! Eating a good breakfast fuels me for the rest of the day. I personally love eating breakfast, so not only is it a good start of the day it’s also very yummy!
Yes, it does. I feel more energized, plus you need breakfast because it is the most important meal of the day and its easier to start a healthy lifestyle with that.
I need to eat to take my meds in the morning…so aside from maintaining my health, it really helps me focus because I’m not hungry waiting for lunch. I just feel better.
It surely does.It Keeps my energy up and focused at least until lunch,when
I get really hungry if I dont have a snack in between.
I get really hungry if I dont have a snack in between.
- What kind of breakfasts are good for high protein diet and low fat.
- What is most healthy breakfast?
- How many of you go raw vegan? Keto?
- How to make this habit regular
- What would be a good light breakfast if soon after it you’d go exercising?
- What is a good breakfast to prepare the night before?
- Your favourite thing to add to oatmeal?
- What fruit are best to make smoothies with?😁
- Anyone else not hungry until 10 or 10:30?
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