However if it comes from a place where your stomach hurts/is queasy/can't handle food early in the morning, then my advice is to experiment . I have dealt with that before and foumd bananas helped soothe my stomach some in the morning so I had eaten something, and then I packed a snack to eat between waking up and lucnch when my stomach could better handle food. I found ginger ale can help. Some cereals i could eat dry and they didn't make me queasy.
If you just dont like to eat that early, my best advice is to pack a snack (some nuts, yogurt, a granola bar, etc) to eat later on when you feel like you could eat 🙂 I hope some of this helps!
"It's best to listen to your body. If you are hungry first thing, nourish your body. If you are more of a late riser, then eat when your body tells you it's ready for food," explains dietitian Elizabeth Ann Shaw. "Listening to your internal cues is the best way to maintain a healthy lifestyle."
I have the same issue, but it really isn't a bad thing.
I wake up every morning and drink "the cup of water" then I go on to make my coffee and workout, and whenever I feel like it I prepare my breakfast and eat. If you're still not hungry by the time you leave for work etc., just prepare your meal and take it along. There's nothing wrong with having a schedule like this, the only challenge is to remember to update Fabulous… It doesn't effect weight loss or any other aspect of your health. Just make sure not to starve yourself, because this may cause to eat more later when you finally eat.
Good luck and hearty appetite! 😊
The idea is to start the body going and for that you don't neen much. I personally drink tea the minute I wake up and then get organized, so 40 minutes later I'd be able to eat breakfast before I go.
You can also pack your breakfast at night If you wake up early and leave the house, and carry and eat it at school/work/wherever go. Good luck!
You can also try starting with a small snack of nuts, fruit or plain yoghurt after you get up, then have a more substantial meal a bit later.
If you're still not hungry after that, and feel like you can start working – that's perfectly fine. Some people don't ear breakfast and as long as you don't feel you're out of energy too soon it's ok to skip breakfast.
If you do run out of energy, I would suggest to just eat something light and easy to prepare – a scrambled egg would be a good idea. Another option I could think of is to take an apple or another fruit with you and eat it when you start to run out of energy.
I must admit I don’t know the experts’ take on this issue, but to me, the most important thing is, that you actually eat.
So get out of bed, get ready, get to work, and get eating 🙂
Start small and go from there. Maybe a small green smoothie or breakfast bar would be better
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