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Healthy breakfast

Breakfast is the most important mealtime to start your new day. While you sleep, it's been 6 to 10 hours when you haven't eaten any food, and that means your glucose levels are low.

Glucose is a source of energy for your body.

It is important to have breakfast during the first hour of your day so that your body receives the energy and nutrients required and be able to face the new day with vitality.

A good breakfast should provide calories, carbohydrates, protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber and should also have between 300 and 400 calories.


HuffPost: 31 Million Americans Skip Breakfast Each Day. (31 million Americans don't eat breakfast)

CBS Minnesota: Study: 1 In 8 American Adults Rarely Eat Breakfast. (Study: 1 of 8 Americans rarely eat breakfast).

OnePoll: Did a survey to find out how many adult Americans don't make breakfast.

Check out these results from OnePoll's survey of 2,000 adults:

  • 1 in 8 rarely eat breakfast

  • the average eat breakfast 3 times a week

  • most don't have time for breakfast

NPD Group, in another survey, found:

  • 31 million Americans, about 10% of the U.S. population, do not eat breakfast

Morning MealScape 2011 surveyed 27,179 Americans (2011), the results were:

  • Among men aged 18-34 years 28% did not eat breakfast

  • Of the women aged 55 and over, approximately 10% did not make breakfast

  • Among children who do not eat breakfast, there are many variations according to age, but teenagers were among the highest numbers of those who did not eat breakfast

  • Women, in general, were the ones who mostly did not eat breakfast

The reasons not to have breakfast?

  • Not having time to prepare food

  • Not hungry

Because you must have breakfast:

  1. Blood glucose levels are balanced because your body will use sugar better

  2. It will allow you to eat healthier the rest of the day

  3. Activates metabolism

  4. Increases energy levels

  5. Promotes cardiovascular health

  6. Improves concentration and mood

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