In the Kitchen: Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for a good reason. People who eat breakfast daily have a lower risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and metabolic disorders. They also feel less hungry and make healthier food choices throughout the day. A healthy breakfast can boost your energy and keep you fit. It will also help you focus better at work, lift heavier weights in the gym, and maintain a normal weight. The first meal of the day should consist of high-protein foods and complex carbs, such as omelette with veggies, egg casserole, yogurt with fruits, or pancakes made with fruit and whole wheat flour. These foods will keep your blood sugar levels stable and fuel your body with nutrients.