Is Eating Breakfast A Must, If You Want To Lose Weight?


Would you be surprised if I told you that a big breakfast is not a prerequisite for fat loss, but only calories matter? Let’s see where this doctrine came from. Eating a good breakfast is supposed to be a dietary habit associated with good health. But, where does this correlation come from? Does eating breakfast cause good health or does it simply fall into a broader context of healthy lifestyle? In many ways this story reminds us the big fiasco of red wine. People who drink red wine in moderation don’t necessarily have cardiovascular health due to this habit, but because they belong to a particular socioeconomic class, they have certain habits such as exercising frequently and they generally watch after their diet. Exactly the same can be said for the vast majority of those who eat breakfast. So, breakfast simply belongs to a broader framework of habits that are called a healthy lifestyle such as gymnastics, abstinence from smoking and proper nutrition.


But, what would happen if we isolated the factor of eating breakfast?
A new study by the University of Munich investigated whether eating a big breakfast affects the regulation of weight. Perhaps for the first time, the findings of a study showed that eating a big breakfast can affect weight in a negative way, since it seemed to act as an incitement to increase calorie consumption for the rest of the day.

What does this mean? It may mean that dietary dogmas may do more harm than good, by establishing unnecessary rules on dietary habits. It’s not uncommon for people to wake up with a low appetite.
And this phenomenon is neither abnormal nor problematic. Is this bad? Should we press ourselves to join the dietary norms?

Few things are written in stone. Many people get so discouraged by those rigid dietary norms that they give up before they even start, after realising that they can’t be aligned with the "ideal" diet rules.  Compliance with a healthy diet can be a much less painful and complex process than most people imagine. Listen
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