Breakfast of Champions
There are many excuses:
‘There’s not enough time in the morning,’
‘I hate eggs/porridge/cereal,’
‘I’m not hungry right after I wake up,’
or ‘I’m trying to lose weight.’
Eating a healthy breakfast regularly influences brainpower and physical energy on a day-to-day basis. It also affects health over the longer term – studies have drawn associations with reducing the risks of heart disease and strokes, high blood pressure and Type 2 diabetes.
‘Morning rush; no time.’
‘I don’t like typical breakfast foods.’
‘It takes my system a while to wake up and I don’t feel like eating in the early morning.’
‘Breakfast is easiest to ignore and I’m skipping meals to lose weight.’
‘What about children and breakfast?’
The way forward.