Breakfast: Don’t skip your most important meal of the day

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Breakfast is the most ignored meal

Eating a good breakfast is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. However, breakfast is the most ignored meal of the day when it comes to our health. Nearly, 30 million Americans skip their breakfast for several reasons. Some are trying to cut calories, too busy during the morning rush, and others say don’t feel hungry.

In males, who skipped breakfast has 27 percent greater risk of heart attack and other diseases. Also, researchers suspect that remaining in a fasting state for longer is stressful and makes the body work harder, causing metabolic changes. The changes lead to plaque buildup in the arteries.
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While, in women who regularly didn’t eat breakfast had a 20 percent increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. It also associates with the development of prediabetes and diabetes.

Tips for healthy breakfast

Maintain a weekly plan for all your meals. Planning your menu in advance will also allow you to soak nuts, seeds or Body Ecology grain-like seeds the night before, so you are ready to prepare them for the next day.

The toxic bodies are become more acidic in night sleep. Acidic blood sets the stage for illness and disease. Having a more alkaline breakfast helps balance this acidic condition.
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Some people quite dehydrated during sleep at night times. Healthy breakfast meal with high water content is an excellent way to re-hydrate your body to begin your day.

Have a balanced and slightly more expansive meal. During the night, your body becomes weaken, so take a meal that is expansive.

Also, eat vegetables. On the Body Ecology program, land and ocean vegetables are the superfoods of every meal, including breakfast.

In fact, 80% of each meal is made up of vegetables. Vegetables are alkaline, provide hydration and balances from an acid/alkaline perspective.

Unfortunately, eating vegetables for breakfast seems very different to most people. It’s certainly quite different from that all-carb processed-food meal full of sugar so popular today.

Reference: [ScienceDirect]