EAT YOUR BREAKFAST - Here are some simple and yummy toast recipes

Eating a balanced breakfast has always been one favorite and repetitive advice from dietitians for years. The reasoning behind it goes beyond just "waking your body up".

Research has shown that a balanced breakfast with proper amounts of protein, carbs and fats not only avoids overeating later in the day, but also reduced body fat.

This has to do with the hormone cortisol - which is high as we wake up and it's a stress hormone, trying to keep our metabolic rate as a survival mode, in other words, it will preserve any source of energy (AKA fat) from getting used. So, hitting the gym or going for a jog without eating anything, after hours of fasting overnight, will actually not be the best option to burn any extra fat. The opposite is true though: eating at least 150 calories with a balance of carbs, protein and fat will tell your body that "everything is fine" and will bring cortisol down.

So, please, don't skip your breakfast!

Here are some beautiful and delicious ways to get an easy breakfast into your body (source: Myfitnesspal.com)

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