What happens to your body when you skip breakfast.   

Growing up, your parents probably reminded you repeatedly that breakfast is the "most important meal of the day."   

Maybe they were right all along. According to studies, eating a healthy breakfast is associated with increased nutrient intake throughout the day and improved overall diet quality.    

The terrible news is that not everyone has time for breakfast. Also, many people prefer to fast in the morning and eat their first meal later in the day.    

But what happens to your body if you skip breakfast? To learn more, we spoke with registered dietitians    

Eating a nutritious, balanced breakfast in the morning can be quite beneficial to your overall health.    

That's because breakfast is more than just a meal; it's a catalyst that jumpstarts your metabolism and nourishes your physical and mental wellbeing.   

A 2018 Nutrients study found that breakfast eaters consume fewer added sugars and more fibre, vitamins, and minerals than non-consumers.  

Diet, physical activity, stress, and sleep all have a role in maintaining good health.  

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