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Suzanne Sutton

Eat a Substantial Breakfast

"It is the custom and order of society to take a slight breakfast. But this is not the best way to treat the stomach. At breakfast time the stomach is in a better condition to take care of more food than at the second or third meal of the day. The habit of eating a sparing breakfast and a large dinner is wrong. Make your breakfast correspond more nearly to the heartiest meal of the day." --Ellen White, Counsels on Diet and Foods.

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Suzanne Sutton

More info re: Breakfast

* Experts believe breakfast is your metabolism's wake-up call. --Let's Live, Nov. 1993.

* Defy slow metabolism with exercise and breakfast. Study: Women who at breakfast had easier time controlling cravings and consume less fat throughout the day, compared to breakfast skippers. --Prevention, July 1999.

* Breakfast kick starts the metabolism. Prevention, July, 1998.

* Eating a generous meal early in the day signals the body to produce more of the appetite suppressing hormone leptin, says medical anthropologist Meg Jordan, PhD., R.N, author of Making Waves. That amplified production of leptin checks cravings and hunger pangs for up to 24 hours. This translates into a one pound-per week weight loss according to University of Minnesota researchers.

* Cut down on afternoon hunger with the right breakfast. British scientists discovered that whole-grain cereals, such as All-Bran and non-Swiss muesli, are more satiating than high sugar varieties, like cornflakes. And since whole-grain breakfast eaters were less hungry come lunch, they consumed on average, 143 fewer calories.

More later,

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Clarence

A healthy breakfast is very necessary to maintain the health and deal with different diseases and illnesses because it provide energy to the body and support against the illness.

Eat healthy breakfast and take more protein and fruits based foods for the better health and fitness.

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Eating breakfast (meal timing) lowers heart disease risk by more than twenty-five percent

by John Phillip

(NaturalNews) The past decade has seen a continual rise in the number of new cardiovascular disease diagnosis, overtaking cancer as the primary cause of mortality in the US each year. Researchers have provided a vast number of studies detailing a host of natural foods, supplements and lifestyle modifications that are demonstrated to prevent and even cure this number one killer of men and women. A healthy diet eliminating sugars and hydrogenated fats, coupled with proper vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acid supplementation can slash your risk of succumbing to this disease by up to seventy-five percent.

A research team from the Department of Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston has published the results from a sixteen year study in the American Heart Association journal, Circulation that explains how men who reported that they skipped breakfast had a higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary artery disease. The scientists determined that timing of meals, ranging from missing a meal in the morning to eating a meal very late at night, may cause adverse metabolic effects that lead to heart disease.

Eating breakfast and avoiding after dinner snacks lowers blood pressure and normalizes blood lipids

To perform this study, researchers analyzed food frequency questionnaire data on 26,902 male health professionals, aged 45 to 82 years over a period of sixteen years. Lead study author, Dr. Leah Cahill commented "Skipping breakfast may lead to one or more risk factors, including obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, which may in turn lead to a heart attack over time." The team accounted for modest differences in diet, physical activity, smoking and other lifestyle factors and found the association between skipping breakfast and eating very late at night did not diminish the strong correlation with coronary heart disease.

During the study period, 1,572 of the men had a first-time cardiac event. The study revealed that men who reported they skipped breakfast had a 27 percent higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease than those who reported they didn't. Additionally, men who reported eating late at night after going to bed had a 55 percent higher coronary heart disease risk than those who ate nothing after their dinner meal.

Dr. Cahill concluded "Don't skip breakfast... eating breakfast is associated with a decreased risk of heart attacks. Incorporating many types of healthy foods into your breakfast is an easy way to ensure your meal provides adequate energy and a healthy balance of nutrients, such as protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals." Prior studies have shown that eating late at night alters metabolic repair processes that increase the risk of developing multiple chronic conditions. The bottom line is simple. Eat a healthy breakfast every morning within the first hour after rising, and stop eating after dinner to dramatically lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Sources for this article include:

http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/128/4/337

http://circ.ahajournals.org

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/263775.php

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130722202818.htm

http://science.naturalnews.com

http://science.naturalnews.com

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phkrause

Breakfast: The Most Important Meal of the Day?

Mom always begged you to eat breakfast, saying it was the most important meal of the day. Once again, science proves that mom was right. Researchers from Japan's Osaka University found that among its many benefits, eating breakfast every day could help ward off stroke.

https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/breakfast-important-meal/2018/03/05/id/846850/?ns

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