Bhubaneswar: Skipping meals might happen now and then if you get busy or otherwise forget to eat. But intentionally skipping your breakfast isn’t a great idea. You might think you’re saving calories or avoiding unhealthy indulgences, but eating something satisfying for breakfast is probably a better choice. Here’s why.
You Deprive Your Body of Essential Nutrients
Breakfast is also a great time to get much-needed nutrients into your diet, including fiber and vitamins that get you through the day. So, skipping breakfast may cause you to not consume adequate amounts of them, contributing to long-term health effects as a result.
You Wreak Havoc With Your Blood Sugar Levels
Not consuming breakfast can affect your blood sugar levels and make you “hangry”—as in equal parts hungry and angry all at once. Not a pleasant combo for you or those around you. This is a correlation to the drop in blood sugars. Your energy levels will decrease as well as your cognitive function.
You Get a Yen for Unhealthy Cravings
No breakfast means no energy for your body and no nutrients going to your brain since dinner the night before—which could be in the neighborhood of 12 to 14 hours before. Even if you’re not a big fan of breakfast, your organs are—and you have to feed them so they can function well.