Breakfast is nothing but breaking the over night fasting period. As we always take a common advice home ” Have a king size breakfast”. Breakfast is the only meal in your diet which is consumed by an individual after a long gap of 10-12 hours. Body is fully deprived of energy and metabolism is at its minimum. Providing body with a greater push of nutritious breakfast will help body re bounce with a high energy and fresh mood.
Reasons for King Size Healthy Breakfast:
Healthiest Fuel: Breakfast is like a very important fuel in the body. A good nutritious breakfast in the morning will keep you fresh and energetic through out the day. It’s been proved that people having breakfast are more alert and fresh through out the day; may be work place or study room. Concentration levels are high and degree of attention is optimum.
Helps Loose Weight: Eating a good amount and nutritious breakfast keeps your hunger satisfied till next major meal ( Lunch). If the individual is not habituated to consume breakfast, by the lunch time person is so depleted with the energy that they tend to over eat the portions at lunch. This further spikes the sugar levels in the body thereby gives the feeling of lethargy and sleepiness post lunch. So day started with breakfast will help to control the portion size intake at lunch time and thereby distribute calories uniformly throughout the day in all meals. Distribution of calories throughout the day is a very effective way to loose weight.
Meeting Daily Nutritional Requirements: It is seen that people who skip breakfast do not fulfill the requirements of nutrients by the body. They are deficient in one or more nutrients and feel weak, sad and irritable throughout the day. Breakfast should be the heaviest meal of the day with addition of all the nutritious foods to give a kick start to the day.
To Boost Brain Cells: Your brain needs glucose to work efficiently. After going all night without food, it’s important to “feed your brain” by eating a well-balanced breakfast. This can also help you avoid that mid-morning slump, which typically happens when you skip your morning meal.
Keep in mind, however, that all breakfasts are not created equal—a healthy morning meal should be balanced and not too heavy. So, skip the eggs, breads, biscuits, and go for whole-grain cereals with fruit or juice instead. Or opt for an egg-white omelet filled with vegetables. A balanced of carbohydrates, protein and fats will do wonder.