A growing body of evidence indicates breakfast is good for your health. "Studies show that people who eat breakfast —
especially a healthy breakfast — are more likely to:
- Consume more vitamins & minerals and less fat & cholesterol during the day:
- Have more strength and endurance;
- Have better concentration and be more productive throughout the morning;
- Control their weight;
- Have lower cholesterol, which reduces the risk of heart disease;
Click here to read about breakfast and healthy suggestions from the Mayo Clinic.
For those interested in a body-builder's perspective on the importance of breakfast, read Danielle Nagel's article and protein fortified fruit pancake recipe at Bodybuilding.com.
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