Breakfast habits that could ruin your body metabolism

Body metabolism is something that you should not take lightly and this is where breakfast plays the vital role

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The key for maintaining a healthy body metabolism is by maintaining a healthy diet. Many health experts have talked about the breakfast being the most important meal of the day. Although many people have breakfast to maintain good health, but are they all having breakfast the right way? Here we will be discussing about a few breakfast habits that might not be healthy and could be slowing down your body metabolism.

  1. Skipping breakfast – Many people are under the impression that skipping this meal is healthy for the metabolism, but that is not the case. The body needs fuel in regular intervals to keep it going. Avoiding breakfast can interfere with the circadian rhythm of the body and could have a negative effect on the overall health.
  2. Eating carbohydrates alone – Carbohydrates are important for energy, but if they are consumed alone, it could spike  the blood sugar levels. When this happens, the body craves for sugar. Balance the carbohydrates with protein as it helps to feel full faster and for a longer time. Adding protein can help to bring a balance to the metabolic process.
  3. Starting your day with added sugar – Too much of added sugar can be unhealthy for the body as it spikes the blood sugar levels. Added sugar, especially sugary drinks can make things worse and bring down the metabolism. The best food to have for breakfast is to include added greens, fruits, eggs with a toast.
  4. Having a light breakfast – While many people think that it is good to have a light breakfast, it is not actually good. Have a hearty and a scrumptious breakfast and you can have a lighter meal at the end of the day.
  5. Lack of hydration – The first thing that you do in the morning is to hydrate the body. The body needs water to function at the cellular level and that is possible only when the body is hydrated with ample fluids.

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