This is a sponsored post I wrote on behalf of belVita for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine
Breakfast is a must for all of us. It is the most important meal of the day. A nutritious breakfast is essential for our health and weight management, but not having it at all is the worst option.
Eating breakfast in the morning is just a matter of habit. Taking 10 minutes to make and eat some nutritious food in the morning can be simple.
Fresh berries, oatmeal or other grain cereal, and avocado toast are great options. Peanut butter or any nut butter like almond butter, greek yogurt, or scrambled eggs are a few more of the quick and nutritious breakfast options that will not take much time and can make a great difference in your health, mood, and looks.
Choosing nutritious options for breakfast is vital for achieving optimal health.
Protein, Fiber, and Whole Grains make for a breakfast that will keep you energized and sharp throughout the day.
Protein in the morning will jump-start your metabolism and make you feel fuller longer, helping to avoid those mid-morning temptations and cravings.
Fiber from fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is important for digestion. Men should consume 38 grams per day, and women should get 25 grams, including soluble and insoluble fiber. Three grams of soluble fiber in the diet can have cholesterol-lowering effects.
Many breakfasts are full of carbohydrates, so this is the perfect time to make those whole-grain choices. Whole grains are rich in B vitamins thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin, which provide energy. To keep you marching through your day.
5 Reasons Why You Should Eat Breakfast.
1. Starting your morning with breakfast will boost your metabolism and keep your blood sugar levels stable during the day.
Making food choices that have healthy fats and low to no added sugar are best.
2. A morning meal helps energize your body, keeping you active and productive until lunch.
Try this Paleo Cauliflower Avocado Fried Egg Bowl for a delicious and well-balanced choice.
3. A nutritious breakfast reduces the risk for overeating and cravings later in the day.
If you are trying to lose weight, skipping breakfast is not the way to do it!
4. Eating breakfast has been associated with a lower incidence of heart disease.
These Blueberry Pie Overnight Oats are heart-healthy and are absolutely scrumptious. You might even think you are eating dessert!
5. A morning meal is necessary not only for your body but also for the brain. Eating a nutritious breakfast helps improve your concentration and productivity.
If you need a brain-boosting recipe for breakfast, you must make this Mocha Banana Superfood Smoothie Bowl. The ingredient list in this breakfast bowl really knocks it out of the park. Chia seeds have a reputation for reducing blood pressure, making you feel full faster, and they are full of Omega-3’s. The bananas, spinach, and protein really round this recipe out for optimal health benefits.
Thanks to belVita Breakfast Biscuits even when we are running out the door and short on time we do not need to skip breakfast. belVita offers many delicious varieties of grab-and-go breakfast biscuits.
The Best Healthy Breakfast for On-the-go
belVita Breakfast Biscuits provide 4 hours of nutritious, steady energy in quality, energy-packed carbohydrates. They are a great source of whole grain and are part of a complete breakfast that includes fruit and low-fat dairy. They also offer choices of soft or crunchy to suit your eating preference.
My favorite variety is the Banana Bread with a big old cup of coffee.
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5 comments on “5 Reasons Why You Should Eat Breakfast”
I totally agree that people should at least take 10 minutes of their time to prepare a healthy meal in the morning. However, I don’t have enough time to cook two meals and I have to compromise my lunch. Maybe I can just check nearby restaurants if they offer brunch meals for busy people like me.
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Good article 👍
hit or miss i guess they never miss HUH?????????
As I understand it there are very few serious studies about eating vs skipping breakfast.
It seems likely that the five “reasons why you should eat breakfast” are not backed up by science, but are simply common beliefs that are regularly presented as facts, often by breakfast food manufacturers, and repeated by popular health “authorities”, including doctors.
Can you site serious studies, not funded by breakfast food manufacturers, that support these statements?