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8 reasons for starting your Sunday with a healthy breakfast

A healthy breakfast sets the tone for your day. Starting off with a nutritious meal will give you energy, keep you full and help prevent overeating later in the day. Below are 8 reasons why every woman should start her Sunday with a healthy breakfast.

 

1) A healthy breakfast can boost your metabolism by up to 25%.

A healthy breakfast may be the most important meal of the day. Research suggests that eating a nutritious breakfast can boost your metabolism by up to 25%. If you're not feeling hungry in the morning, try eating something light like an apple or yogurt with granola for protein.

2) Eating breakfast helps reduce hunger cravings that lead to binge eating during the weekdays.

Eating breakfast helps reduce hunger cravings that lead to binge eating. Eating a healthy breakfast is essential for weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The best time of day to eat breakfast is within an hour of waking up because it will help you feel more energized during the day, not only when you're exercising but also when you're at work and school. You can enjoy your favorite fruits or cereal with milk, oatmeal, toast with butter and jelly, eggs benedict, pancakes with syrup-the possibilities are endless!

3) Breakfast foods provide nutrients that are critical for brain function - like Omega-3s, B Vitamins, Iron and Protein

 

Do you know what the most important meal of the day is? Breakfast! Studies show that eating breakfast can help you maintain a healthy weight, control blood sugar levels, and improve your mood. But did you also know that it may protect against cognitive decline?
In addition to providing fuel for energy and brain function throughout the morning, breakfast foods provide nutrients that are critical for brain function like folate (folic acid), which supports memory and learning; vitamin B12, which helps with focus; choline, which aids in remembering things from short-term to long-term memory; omega 3 fatty acids from eggs or fish oil supplements, which have been shown to reduce inflammation in the body and promote optimum brain health.

4) A healthy breakfast is an important step towards weight loss

Do you want to lose weight? You can start by making healthy choices. One of the best ways is to eat breakfast every morning. Breakfast is an important meal that should not be skipped because it helps keep your metabolism running for the rest of the day. What's more, research has shown that people who skip breakfast are at a higher risk for obesity and diabetes than those who don't! So what are some good options for starting off your day with a healthy breakfast? Try fruit smoothies, oatmeal, or eggs with whole wheat toast! 

5) Getting enough sleep leads to better performance at work

Do you find it difficult to get enough sleep at night? Maybe you need to start your day with a healthy breakfast. Studies show that people who eat breakfast are less likely to have sleep problems than those who skip the first meal of the day. This blog post will give you some ideas on what type of foods are best for starting your morning off right!
Healthy breakfasts help you get the restful, quality sleep that your body needs in order to function properly during the day. Eating breakfast also helps regulate blood sugar levels and keeps hunger pangs at bay throughout the day, which can make it easier for dieters to stick with their weight loss program!

6) Skipping out on a hearty morning meal often leads to overeating 

A hearty breakfast is important to help you start your day off on the right foot, but if you're running late and don't have time to eat in the morning, that doesn't mean you should skip out. Studies show that people who skip their morning meal often end up overeating later in the day because they're hungry when they get home from work or school. This can lead to weight gain and health problems like obesity and type 2 diabetes.
One of my favorite ways to make a quick healthy breakfast is with a protein smoothie! Here's how I do it: - 1 cup almond milk (or other dairy-free milk) - ½ frozen banana - ¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder , 1tablespoon of goji berries(or more if desired)