Nutrition and DietSkipping breakfast, is it bad?

Skipping breakfast, is it bad?

Many nutritionists and doctors recommend eating 5 meals a day, spread over breakfast, mid-morning, lunch, snack and dinner; especially because only in this way we ensure a correct supply of nutrients to our body.

However, it is common for us to follow lifestyles that are not at all beneficial to our health, since it is common for us to feel anxious or stressed, that we always run from one place to another, and we do not stop to eat calmly and, in especially, to eat healthily that which only brings us healthy virtues to our health.

Various studies show that when a person feels stressed, especially if they work or are away from home, they tend not to take care of what they eat so much, so they opt for fast food or junk, and consume it in just 5 or 10 minutes.

These studies also show that many people tend to skip breakfast, either because they are not hungry when they wake up, are in a hurry, or simply believe it will not hurt them.

However, the reality, according to many nutritionists, is very different…

Is it bad to skip breakfast?

It is no coincidence that the saying breakfast is the most important meal of the day is one of the best known.

Mainly because, through breakfast, our body receives the signal that it should get “going”, ingesting in this way all the nutrients and calories that we will need throughout the morning, so as not to feel tired or fatigued.

In addition, it is a mistake to think that by skipping breakfast we are going to lose weight.  Especially because having breakfast even becomes a very good tactic to lose weight, since the different enzymes responsible for burning fat receive the message to get to work, so if you do not eat breakfast, it is more than likely that your body will continue to store fat.

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