Skipping breakfast is most unhealthy because it is the first meal, the important meal and the MAIN MEAL of the day. I am sure many would agree with me. Sadly, there are people who either love skipping breakfast thinking it will aid in weight loss and fat loss, or deliberately skip breakfast because they are not in the “eating mood”, or worst… they have no time for breakfast because they are busy!
Really? Is breakfast so time consuming that you cannot find time for it? Is breakfast so unpalatable that you are not in the “eating mood”? Do you seriously think that skipping breakfast would aid in weight loss or fat loss?
It is high time you change all the wrong notions you have about breakfast. NOT EATING BREAKFAST is the WORST thing you can do. Forget about what you read on the Net. It is full of useless articles talking of “not eating breakfast for weight loss”.
SKIPPING BREAKFAST WILL NEVER MAKE YOU LOSE WEIGHT OR LOSE FAT. Take it from me.
Breakfast is when you are BREAKING YOUR FAST after 8 to 10 hours in the morning. When you sleep at night, you are at rest but your body is in active mode. Thus, it burns 500-600 kcal. Now, as you wake up, you NEED those burnt kcal back to kick start your day.
Do you know the 4 worst breakfast choices you can make that will add on to your weight? Read here.
BREAKFAST MUST BE YOUR PRIORITY
Skipping Breakfast is most Unhealthy?
Yes, skipping breakfast is most unhealthy as it leads to many unwanted health issues. In brief, skipping breakfast will:
- make you feel non-energetic, tired, lethargic throughout the day.
- will help in storing more fat in your body, and thus, you will find an alarming increase in your body fat % and weight.
- will see an all-time low metabolism; your body will be unable to burn calories.
- will increase your hunger and make you eat your next meal more than you normally eat. This will lead to more fat storage.
Skipping breakfast is most unhealthy, and is the starting point of unhealthy lifestyle, no matter how much you exercise, how proper your lunch and dinner is and how healthy you eat, how timely and proper your sleep is. If you are a person who puts off breakfast almost regularly for one reason or the other, please do not do so. Have a filling breakfast—more protein; then carb, and less fat. DO NOT EAT “empty calories” for breakfast.