Breakfast is the most important meal of the day you may have heard, here is what you need to look out for and what you should avoid.
->**The Truth About Breakfast**<
Beyond the myths and marketing, here’s what you need to know about breakfast.
****Eggs: a healthy breakfast
The medical and nutritional establishment has demonized eggs for decades as an unhealthy food that causes heart disease. **They were wrong.**
Eggs are about as close to a perfect food as you can get, loaded with protein and healthy fat. They are low in carbohydrates and therefore do not spike blood sugar or insulin.
The studies on bagels for breakfast cited above used eggs as a comparison group — those eating eggs ate hundreds of calories less during the subsequent 24 hours.
Eggs for breakfast enhances weight loss, with those doing so losing 65% more weight than those eating bagels.3 In fact, other than eating fewer carbohydrates, my number one tip for weight loss is to eat eggs for dinner too. Verified by me personally. Eggs fill you up much more than just about any food.