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Eating a regular, healthy breakfast is essential if you want to age well. Numerous studies have shown that eating a healthy, nutritious breakfast improves your overall health and well-being, as well as increasing your chances of living to a ripe old age and remaining in good form till the end of your days. Unfortunately, too many people skip breakfast or just grab a coffee or eat all the wrong foods and suffer the consequences.
Not eating properly at breakfast does make a difference. People who do not eat a healthy breakfast are slower to react and therefore more accident rpone. Tests have shown that skipping breakfast makes us irritable, anxious and makes it more difficult to concentrate and solve problems. times
Eating breakfast has many benefits. It reduces fatigue and sleepiness in the mid-morning hours; helps banish away the blues; improves concentration, increases alertness, and helps one function more efficiently. Academic performance is generally better when breakfast is eaten.
Studies have shown that those who skip breakfast are more likely to struggle with their weight. Calories consumed at the start of the day are burnt off more than those consumed later in the day. Eating a good breakfast generally improves the overall diet of a person and stimulates their metabolism. Those skipping breakfast are more likely to snack between meals.
So get this habit - start your day with a healthy breakfast. You'll be glad you did.
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Tim Nichol's Healthy Breakfast I am coming up to retirement and determined that my life will continue to be the rewarding, fun, puzzling, demanding, inspiring event it has always been. …
Oatmeal Pancakes from Cooking with Aloha Not rated yet Ann Hall Every, the author of Cook with Aloha, has dedicated part of her site to healthy eating - thought readers would like this recipe for healthy oatmeal …
Veggie Scramble or Omelet Not rated yet Eggs have riboflavin, vitamin B12 and phosphorus, and are a very good source of protein and selenium.
2 eggs (or1egg&1eggwhite)
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