People argue about whether breakfast is really necessary. Some people believe it is okay to skip breakfast. Others believe that you should never skip breakfast. People who believe that breakfast is not important because they are not hungry in the morning. They also believe that they can make up for skipping breakfast later in the day.
However, a new study has further illustrated the importance of eating breakfast. The study analyzed the breakfast habits of people who did not suffer from kidney disease or cardiovascular disease. The subjects were divided into three groups. The first group received less than 5 percent of their daily calories from breakfast. The second group received 5 to 20 percent of their daily caloric intake from calories. The third group received more than 20 percent of daily caloric intake from calories.
Researchers found that people who skipped breakfast were more likely to develop atherosclerosis. This is a condition that causes the arteries to harden. They also found that breakfast skippers had a higher fasting glucose level and higher blood pressure.
Jose L. Penalvo was one of the authors involved in the study. He is also an assistant professor at Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. He stated that people who skip breakfast typically make unhealthy food choices. He also stated that the findings of the study can help healthcare providers. They can recommend that their patients eat breakfast.
It is important to note that the type of breakfast you eat is also important. You do not want to eat donuts, honeybuns or French toast for breakfast. Oatmeal with fruit, berry and yogurt smoothie, avocado toast with egg, quinoa fruit salad and chocolate quinoa breakfast bowl are some of the healthy breakfast options. If you are low on time, then you may want to do a meal prep at the beginning of the week.